A contract has been signed with Hyundai Heavy Industries for the front-end engineering and design of two At-Shore LNG hulls for the proposed liquefied natural gas export facility located at Sarita Bay on Vancouver Island.
The Bypass project consists of over 60km of new four-lane highway, 20km of highway rehabilitation, extensive service roads, 12 interchanges, 33 new bridges, 8 railway grade separations, drainage systems, and an Intelligent Transportation System.
The Western Canadian-based consulting engineering firm was recognized for the Veer Kunwar Singh Bridge project in India; it was the only Canadian firm to receive a project award at the 2018 Awards ceremony.
Up to $11.95 million in tax increment financing (TIF) will be provided to support the development of the True North Square public plaza, an area that will include green space, a water feature and programmable space.
The LEED Gold facility is being designed to meet the latest seismic standards, be resilient to future sea level rise and provide a treatment process based on best practices for wastewater treatment and resource recovery.
“Regionally, the project landscape is promising with the UK government’s policy to build 300,000 new homes per year, a five-year program to invest £4.4 billion ($7.4 billion CAD) in new and refurbished schools, a robust university upgrading initiative, and a major national investment program in UK infrastructure.”
If you’re located in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba and have been involved in building projects that demonstrate an understanding of the special qualities of wood, it’s time to enter. And it’s free.
The province explored the feasibility and benefits of building four new schools using a public private partnership (P3) model … after review, it decided instead to enhance its existing approach by applying lessons learned through analysis of P3 principles, innovations and methodologies.
Canadian Coalition for Construction Steel is encouraging the government to proceed carefully regarding new trade measures, as mills in Canada only have the capacity to supply about 50% of domestic demand.
The standard was originally developed to assist designers and building operators establish water management plans that include practices specific to the systems that exist in a particular building, campus or health care facility.