The newly launched EnergyCompass tool seeks to improve energy literacy in Ontario and aid construction professionals to make better use of green building designs to reach the goal of net-zero carbon emissions.
CommandWear Systems in Vancouver, B.C., has been selected by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) and its research and development partners to create a smart city technology to assist public safety.
Design firm DIALOG and The Conference Board of Canada (CBoC) have published a framework to help design and development professionals understand the impact of their project design decisions on community well-being.
WiredScore, the company behind an international standard for rating digital connectivity in commercial buildings, has released the Wired Certification Guidelines for Commercial Developments and Redevelopments – Canada.
Innovators will test their smart city technologies in test-beds across Toronto, through the first-ever Urban Pilot Program (UPPlift). Designed and delivered by Urban Living Futures, the program focuses on bridging the gap between emergent smart city technologies and building and infrastructure operators seeking innovations to enhance the city’s liveability.
The Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC) is launching a series of cross-country seminars to introduce new and updated documents, with a particular focus on project delivery methods and procurement and contracting requirements.
The Gypsum Association (GA) has translated four publications into both Canadian French and Spanish. This is the third time GA-216, Application and Finishing of Gypsum Panel Products, has been translated into both languages.