It will be important for consulting engineers to be aware of the new federal and provincial prompt payment legislation and adapt their billing practices accordingly.
Insights from Stantec contributors into Sidewalk Labs’ Toronto Quayside development plan.
An award-winning tall tower project in Toronto incorporates new Canadian-designed damping technology.
Customizable facility automation, surveillance and visualization technologies, including cybersecurity services, help optimize day-to-day building operations and safety.
Reliable Controls’ RC-Hospitality achieves Oracle Validated Integration with Oracle Hospitality OPERA
RC-Hospitality automatically assigns the HVAC/lighting occupancy setting for any room upon guest check-in.
With no batteries to maintain, replace or dispose of, Kinetic by Camden is a power harvesting wireless system.
The five-year Macdonald Block reconstruction project near Queen’s Park in Toronto will update all core building systems which have reached the end of their useful life along with extensive remediation work.
Once complete in 2022 it will be the first Net Zero Carbon archival centre in the Americas.
The CaGBC Zero Carbon pilot program project is designed to achieve zero carbon, Toronto Green Standard Tier 2 or higher, LEED v.4 Platinum and WELL Silver building certifications.
The Ottawa-area project involves the construction of a new 96,000 sq. ft. facility that will bring together health and community service partner organizations.
Taiwan-based IR-TEC develops and manufactures a wide range of occupancy/vacancy sensors, daylight sensors and more for energy efficient lighting control, HVAC control and building energy management.
AAMA and IGMA announced unification discussions a year ago, with the goal of creating a new organization that can better serve the North American fenestration industry.
The director of Carleton University’s Centre for Advanced Building Envelope Research has secured $5.1 million in funding which will go towards the construction of large-scale building envelope test equipment.
The 2019 Royal Architectural Institute of Canada fee guide explores the scope of both basic and additional architectural services, the value of architectural services, different approaches to determining a fee structure, and how architectural services fees can be calculated.
The new expansion at its Brockville, Ont. facility will add an additional 90,000 sq. ft. to its existing structure in two phases.
The proposed new $32 million manufacturing facility in St. Thomas, Ont. from Element5 is expected to be one of North America’s first fully-automated CLT plants.
This easy-to-follow guide is intended to be used by engineers and designers for the preliminary design and selection of helical piles and anchors.
The Cor Van Raay YMCA at the ATB Centre is the third largest Y facility in North America.
The flow sensors use two offset transducers to determine the flow velocity by measuring the speed of sound in the heat transfer fluid.
Though funding still needs to be secured, construction is anticipated to begin in summer 2021 and be completed by fall 2023.
As Massey Hall in Toronto marks its 125th anniversary, a century and a quarter of Canadian history has been stripped bare to be restored, not only to recapture the music hall’s original sound, but to make sure it will serve…
Thermal imaging cameras display the infrared spectrum as an image, with colours representing different temperatures, and they’re effective in showing everything from the heat of a failing electrical fuse to the cold of a hidden water leak.
The project will include the construction of a 45,000 sq. ft. UPEI research facility in the town of St. Peter’s Bay, PEI.
New research conducted at a downtown Toronto office tower reveals wellness benefits of natural daylight and outdoor views.
We wanted to know where the AI would deliver the most value, and so far we’re consistently seeing 25% to 35% energy savings and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by a huge percentage, about 40%.
The draft Master Innovation and Development Plan is over 1,500 pages and divided into three volumes.
The guide was developed by ASHRAE, the American Institute of Architects, the Illuminating Engineering Society, and the U.S. Green Building Council with support and funding from the U.S. Department of Energy through the National Renewable Energy Laboratory — and it’s free.
The new preservation centre will be the first “net-zero carbon” facility dedicated to archival preservation in the Americas.
With the release of initial renderings, JLR’s in-house design team has provided new insight into what they hope to accomplish with this project.
The MACH-ProZone is a fully programmable BACnet Building Controller with highly scalable I/O in a very small footprint.