One of Canada’s largest privately-owned consulting engineering firms, CIMA+, has opened an office in Halifax, Nova Scotia, to better serve its existing clientele in all four Atlantic provinces, while pursuing growth plans in that market.
To meet the growing demand for wallboard products in the construction industry, CGC Inc. (CGC) plans to invest $104 million in revitalizing and relaunching a gypsum quarry in Little Narrows, Nova Scotia.
Halifax architect, Brian MacKay-Lyons, a founding partner of MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects Ltd., has been appointed to the Order of Canada for his contributions to architecture, reverent of Nova Scotia culture.
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.
Government of Canada will provide $526,785 to a custom home builder in N.S. to support a project conducting front-end engineering design studies of deep energy retrofits for six municipally owned buildings in Sask., Ont., and N.S., to discover cost-effective pathways to reduced energy consumption through panelized retrofits.
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