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Diving into the design of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 stadiums–Part II
Diving into the design of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 stadiums–Part II
 
Robertson: delivering to the heart of Ontario’s mining frontier
Robertson: delivering to the heart of Ontario’s mining frontier
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Aecon consortium to manage construction of B.C.’s Dam Seismic Upgrade project
Aecon consortium to manage construction of B.C.’s Dam Seismic Upgrade project
Aecon-EBC General Partnership (AEGP), a consortium between the two construction firms, will work on the first phase of a $245 million two-phase civil construction contract for the John Hart Dam Seismic Upgrade project in Campbell River, B.C., to improve the seismic resiliency of the dam.
 
 
 
Ontario govt. issues RFP for North America’s first 2+1 highway
Ontario govt. issues RFP for North America’s first 2+1 highway
The Ontario government has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a 2+1 highway pilot on Highway 11, north of North Bay, from qualified highway design consultants for design and environmental assessment.
 
 
Montreal firm gets USM contract for North Carolina’s flood response system
Montreal firm gets US$30M contract for North Carolina’s flood response system
Montreal-based engineering firm, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., will continue providing floodplain mapping for North Carolina, after receiving a new US$30 million contract to help the state in resisting and handling water hazards.
 
 
Canada adopts new collaborative approach for National Model Codes
Canada adopts new collaborative approach for National Model Codes
A new federal-provincial-territorial (FPT) governance model has replaced the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes (CCBFC), the committee responsible for code development in Canada since 1991, introducing a harmonized set of codes to reduce regulatory burden and remove internal trade barriers across Canada.
 
 
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Moisture management for tall wood buildings?
Moisture management for tall wood buildings
Mass timber structures are entering the discussion for many projects in North America, and increasingly for taller buildings. This is, in part, due to recent code changes allowing for combustible construction in taller structures. However, interest in the industry is driven by a larger trend—the need for fast action to mitigate climate change.
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