Monday, July 4, 2022


Leading the building team for the Gordie Howe International Bridge

By Connie Vitello By all accounts the Gordie Howe International Bridge project is a once-in-a-generation infrastructure project with a price tag to match: $5.7 billion....

COVID Construction

The criteria for success in delivering B.C.’s largest secondary school In 2017, Graham was selected as the design-build provider to replace the City of New...

Construction Claims

Canadian courts’ approach to loss of productivity claims. By Stuart B. Hankinson and Graham Henry Owners expect their projects completed on time and on budget. Contractors expect...

New active transportation approaches are needed

By Ankush Karwal When Statistics Canada began unveiling the results of the 2021 Census earlier this year, one of the areas that anyone in city...

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Government of Canada announces funds for climate resilient infrastructure

The Government of Canada announced funding of $46.7 million for two important climate resilience initiatives; the Climate Resilient Built Environment initiative and the Standards...

Lafarge Canada converting Ontario plant’s cement production to reduce carbon

Lafarge Canada announced that its Bath Cement Plant, located near Kingston, Ontario is fully converting its production of general use cement (GU) to reduced...

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