Thursday, April 25, 2024

Yukon announces new funding for north Alaska highway upgrades

The Government of Yukon announced that following the Memorandum of Understanding signed in February with the State Alaska, much-needed upgrades on the north Alaska...

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Advancing regulatory tools for climate-resilient buildings 

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By David Little and Charlene Hiller We were there The last few years have been tumultuous for the infrastructure industry. What was previously a market characterized...

Mapping the Energy Transition

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Creating an Inclusive Approach for the Road to Net Zero By Sagar Kancharla In a country dotted by hundreds of remote communities, it’s difficult to plan...

Opportunities and obstacles for Canada’s HFR Project 

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By Mark Douglas Wessel Question. Which G7 countries do NOT have a high-speed rail line? If you answered Canada, you are correct. Japan opened the world’s...

Cutting-edge technology is shaping the future of construction

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While Building Information Modeling (BIM) continues to expand its reach, innovative technologies such as digital twinning and artificial intelligence (AI) applications hold out hope...

Bright spots on the horizon for Canada’s construction market: Arcadis

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According to Arcadis' 2024 International Construction Costs Index, Canada’s construction landscape is set for a nuanced journey amid evolving market conditions. High interest rates coupled...

Federal Budget 2024 a step forward for renewable energy industry: CanREA

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The Canadian Renewable Energy Association (CanREA) welcomed Budget 2024, saying it represents positive steps for Canada’s renewable energy and energy storage industry regarding the...

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