Construction services company EllisDon has selected new members for its senior-level management.According to the company, the appointments have been established to ensure sufficient oversight and seamless operations across the company’s current areas, services, and market sectors, while continuing its strategic growth and seeking new opportunities.
A comprehensive program has been launched to address British Columbia’s skilled labour shortage by reducing harassment, bullying, and hazing on construction worksites. The Builders Code defines an acceptable worksite and provides employers with tools, training, and resources to improve and promote safe and productive behaviour.
The CSC’s 41st Building Expo is taking place on February 27. This year’s theme is construction, connectivity, and wellness. The event will be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre’s south building from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Canadian municipalities issued $8.3 billion worth of building permits in November 2018, up 2.6 per cent from October. According to a Statistics Canada report, higher construction intentions for commercial buildings drove most of the gain.
After more than seven years of delays, construction has begun in Detroit, Michigan, on the Gordie Howe International Bridge. The $4.5-billion project will connect Windsor, Ont., to Detroit, creating a new option for travel between Canada and the United States.