The award-winning building shape is in harmony with the surrounding infrastructure including its irregular shaped site.
The project will also build 16 surface stops, a below-grade terminus stop at Humber College, an underground interchange station.
The project’s structural, mechanical, electrical and security have been designed to attain LEED Platinum Core & Shell certification, WELL Certification and WiredScore Platinum accreditation.
Members apply their experience in various technical areas of the codes to develop and improve their content, thereby helping to protect the health and safety of Canadians.
The $72 million investment supports capital projects, pilot projects, feasibility studies and plans that will directly or indirectly cut greenhouse gas emissions.
The eight-storey building will rise adjacent to the SmartCentres Place Bus Terminal, to be operated by York Region Rapid Transit, and the terminus of the extension of the TTC Spadina subway line.
Phase two of the OPP Modernization project will see one of three selected teams build all nine new detachments.
Gord Johnston, currently executive vice president of Stantec’s infrastructure unit, will take over the top job effective January 1, 2018.
Funding will be used to restore and repair the toe of the dam to ensure its future stability.
With a flexible format, peer-instructor interaction, video lectures, and interactive course content, eLearning offers a fast way to meet continuing education goals.
Currently in the preliminary design phase, the province will provide up to $60M of the estimated $180M cost of the new bridge
Adding tire fibre to concrete could shrink the tire industry’s carbon footprint and also reduce the construction industry’s emissions.
Stantec’s Jodoin becomes first woman to chair the AFG.
Work on selecting an engineering consultant is underway, and once selected, detailed design is expected to take at least two years.
Kingston was selected to become SNC Lavalin’s centre of excellence for systems engineering to support existing and future major rail and transit projects in the region.
Calling the event Moving Forward, the guest speaker was Leslie Woo, chief planning officer with Metrolinx.
Inversa Systems’ portable CT scanning for infrastructure technology allows for a more efficient inspection and assessment of culverts that are buried deep.
20 kilometres of new dedicated rapid transit between Port Credit GO Station in Mississauga to the Gateway Terminal at Steeles Avenue in Brampton.
The name change comes just over a year after the company was acquired by NDY of Australia.
HeatLink’s co-owners Manfred and Garry Schmidt will continue to lead their operation with the goal of growing the company’s product platform and geographical footprint.
The newly-designed space includes a hands-on customer experience centre and a training room able to accommodate up to 50 attendees for educational events.
The project will advance the planning and design of the relief line from Pape and Danforth Avenue to downtown via Queen Street East.
The first municipally-led program of its kind in Canada providing building owners with information about their building’s energy performance.
Project registration for the standard will open September 5, along with full pricing and additional program details.
Now, more than ever, ASHRAE affirms its mission to advance the arts and sciences of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world.
Combined federal, provincial and local funding of more than $94 million to support new sewage treatment lagoons, upgrading sewage pumps and more water works projects.
Alberta’s Strategic Transportation Infrastructure Program will support 87 municipal road, bridge and community airport projects in 50 communities across the province in 2017-18.
The province is committing $400 million over the next four years for the development of a new hospital in the rapidly growing Heritage Valley area.
Rousseau will be responsible for growing exp’s footprint in the railway sector and for building a dedicated team of professionals.
In all 50,000 pounds of donated non-perishable food were sculpted into statues.