For several years, Construction Canada has conducted an annual salary survey, asking readers about the state of the country’s construction industry. This, of course, is the sector responsible for designing, creating, and maintaining our built environment, whether it is condo towers and mixed-use mid-rises, or hospitals, schools, and offices.
Construction Specifications Canada (CSC) has announced the launch of its seventh annual “Tapping the Future” student design challenge. The theme for the competition is hospitality and embracing legacy.
Designed by KPF, the 528-m (1732-ft) CITIC Tower is Beijing’s tallest building, and the eighth tallest worldwide. CITIC Tower’s design draws inspiration from the ‘zun,’ a ritual vessel originating in Bronze Age China.
DPAI architects have proposed a futuristic project for Hamilton. According to the architects, the Fibroblast Tower is a prosthetic intervention designed to begin the healing process of the Niagara Escarpment, a natural ecosystem.
The City of Ottawa, Ottawa Public Library, and Library and Archives Canada are asking the public to help inspire the design of the new Ottawa Public Library and Library and Archives Canada joint facility.
Architects DCA is on a mission. It wants to redesign Ottawa’s ByWard Market and bring it up to the standards of world-renowned destinations like Vancouver’s Granville Market, Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade, and Boston’s Fanueil Market.