The $6.4M project involved building a new water treatment facility complete with a larger reservoir and membrane-filtration equipment, doubling the plant’s treatment capacity.
The Act would amend the Ontario Building Code to allow for wood frame construction to be used in mid-rise buildings up to 14 stories, instead of the current six stories.
The project includes construction of a tunnel under Highway 401/409 to accommodate two tracks and replacing footings of retaining walls.
Five teams are prequalified to build and finance the Barrie Rail Corridor Expansion – Grading project.
Jean-Gabriel Joannette and Pierre-Luc Baril have both joined the company’s board of directors.
Martijn van den Berk becomes vp of the newly-created group within the company’s transportation national business line.
The facility has become the first double LEED Platinum convention centre in the world—for new construction in 2010 and now v4 existing building.
Construction on the $48M project began in 2014, with a focus on incorporating a secondary treatment process.
Victoria Walsh joins the Vancouver intelligent integrated systems team, and Ed daSilva becomes an associate in Edmonton.
The move will bolster Golder’s services for underground structures including complex shafts and tunnels.
The new plant will reduce greenhouse gas emissions at SFU Burnaby’s campus and UniverCity by 85%.
North American water treatment specialists add support to their commercial/industrial offering while also strengthening the corporate team.
The new combined entity, with revenues of $11 billion, has operations in more than 60 countries with around 55,000 people.
When completed, the redevelopment will include two new buildings with approximately 600,000 sq. ft. of space.
Being called eco-friendly ductile cementitious composite (EDCC), the material is engineered at the molecular scale to be strong, malleable, and ductile.
The sustainable design was led by Hariri Pontarini Architects, and construction is expected to begin in 2018 with the building opening in 2020.
The Green Construction Through Wood program is accepting expressions of interest for high-rise demonstration projects.
The scope includes adding high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes in each direction and widening the existing six lane configuration.
Contract covers the expansion of a maintenance and storage facility located at Belfast Road.
The College set a high bar for energy-efficient design with a “net zero utility cost to operate” goal for the new facility.
She is responsible for the growth and management of the interior architecture & design studio, business development and oversees all interiors projects for the Toronto office.
The development will comprise two towers of 82 and 92 storeys anchored by a multi-level podium.
Bronk has a civil engineering degree from Queen’s University and an MBA from the University of Toronto.
The province’s ‘Road to Zero’ follows the Canadian Road Safety Strategy 2025, seeking to accelerate downward trends in the rate-based number of fatalities and serious injuries on roadways.
Nearly $200 million in improvement projects in northwestern Alberta will include two bridge replacements.
The firm has two free exhibits in its lobby and will host an open house on Friday, Sept. 29.
Most recently, he served three years on the Board of Directors and as director-in-charge of JLR’s Sudbury and North Bay offices, as well as the Industrial & Mining Division.
Developed by WSP for CaGBC, the report provides recommendations that will contribute to achieving a reduction in GHG emissions of at least 30% and up to 51% by 2030.
Dole Contracting Inc. of Woodbridge, Ontario, was convicted of breaching the Professional Engineers Act by the Ontario Court of Justice.
Eligible projects must have been completed from January 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017.