According to recently released data from Statistics Canada (StatCan) for November 2022, the value of investment in building construction in Saskatchewan ranked second among the provinces, with a 22.9 per cent hike since November 2021.
When modified and/or accessorized properly, the same insulation board providing thermal resistance may serve as an air, weather, and/or vapour barrier. Select foam plastic insulating sheathing (FPIS) products merge all barriers and the wall sheathing into a single layer.
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.
University of Toronto’s newest research centre—consisting of cross-disciplinary university academics and 12 construction and architecture companies—will find ways to meet the urgent and growing need for infrastructure, without compounding the negative environmental impact.
Construction Safety Nova Scotia is now offering the National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) designation, making it the last province to adopt the designation amongst the construction safety associations across Canada.
Set against Mont-Tremblant National Park, within the Devil’s River valley, Que., the Farouche agrotourism site, minimalist in essence, makes the most of the natural and untamed qualities of the territory.
Family-owned, family run Montreal-based builder Broccolini—consistently ranked over the years in top ten Canada construction firms—has announced the appointment of Anthony Broccolini as CEO, succeeding his father, John Broccolini.
A $10.3 million contract has been awarded to Farrell’s Excavating Ltd. to construct an underpass allowing motorists access between the community of Galway, N.L., and the Trans-Canada Highway, and easing traffic congestion on Pitts Memorial Drive and nearby roads.
Confidential documents have revealed Metrolinx, the provincial agency responsible for Toronto’s Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) project, says the construction consortium behind the project, Crosslinx Transit Solutions, lacks a reliable plan to finish the subway line.
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