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Centennial College’s A Block Expansion Project achieves zero carbon certification.

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The Centennial College A Block Expansion Project is looking to be one of the first mass timber, net-zero carbon post secondary education facilities, and...

Toronto’s Union Station Revitalization Project incorporates unique engineering

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By Andrew Snook Toronto’s Union Station is a well-known landmark to both commuters in the Greater Toronto Area, as well as Canadians across the country....

Innovative Infrastructure Standards

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Developed away from the political arena, standards offer government and industry an objective option for addressing some of today’s most pressing issues. The diverse,...

Water Infrastructure: One Size Does Not Fit All

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For ReNew Canada’s recent Linear Water Infrastructure survey, engineers, and consultants from across the country weighed in to provide expert perspective on renewal options—mainly...

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SNC-Lavalin launches initiative to help decarbonize the built environment

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SNC-Lavalin announced the launch of Decarbonomics, a data-driven initiative to decarbonize the built environment in a cost-effective way and accelerate the global journey to...

Canada faces important choices to confront mounting disaster risks in a...

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As the human and economic costs of climate disasters continue to mount, Canada faces a choice. It can continue to respond to disasters as...

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