Sustainable construction materials company, Lafarge Canada (Lafarge), and power company, TransAlta Corporation (TransAlta), have entered an agreement to advance low-carbon concrete projects in Alberta, replacing cement as a concrete constituent with a waste product, fly ash.
Alberta, Leduc City officials, and Graham Construction recently broke ground on the construction of the $112-million interchange at Queen Elizabeth II Highway and 65th Avenue, which is set to become a big economic driver in the province by connecting the city, Edmonton International Airport, and area businesses.
A $300.3-million public-private partnership (P3) to build Alberta high schools received the gold award at the 2022 National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in Public-Private Partnerships, for adapting and refining the “made-in-Canada” P3 model to create, deliver, operate and maintain innovative and transformative infrastructure
Architectural firm DIALOG’s project Grande Prairie Regional Hospital got a healthcare engineering award for its occupant-focused design, utilizing open and inviting spaces, with deep daylight penetration and biophilic focus.
The City of Edmonton will install solar panels on Edmonton EXPO Centre’s rooftop to create one of Canada’s largest rooftop solar arrays, capable of powering the building with its own renewable, clean solar energy.
Built to LEED platinum certification by Westbank and Allied, 70,000-m2 (750,000-sf) TELUS Sky features an innovative recycling system for water conservation, as well as specialized air ventilation and glazed windows for reduced energy use.
APA – The Engineered Wood Association awarded the coveted Innovation in Safety Award 2021 to two mills of Canadian Tolko Industries Ltd., one in Athabasca, Alberta, and the other in Armstrong, British Columbia.
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