Sunday, March 7, 2021

Just saying it doesn’t make it true

By Todd Latham The COVID-19 pandemic is a hoax, the U.S. election was stolen, all wipes are flushable, and the earth is flat. Just saying...

Megaproject development tops $250 billion

For the first time in Canadian history, the 100 largest public sector infrastructure projects under development have topped the $250 billion mark, according to...

Traversing the Fraser

Opened in 1959 to join the cities of Richmond and Delta in British Columbia, the George Massey Tunnel running under the Fraser River has...

The Bank’s new leadership

He may have been on the job for a little over seven days, but when we caught up with new Canada Infrastructure Bank CEO...
bridge construction

Examining P3s and alternative procurement models

The public-private partnership (P3) model for infrastructure delivery isn’t the only solution for delivering large-scale infrastructure projects in Canada, but it should be very...

COVID-19 taking a toll

By Grant Cameron The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the mental health of Canadian workers and the construction industry must continue taking steps...

Building the Post-Pandemic Future

Risk was already one of the biggest issues facing infrastructure development in markets around the globe. And if procurement agencies weren’t addressing it then,...

Commentary: The start-up CIB has reached commercial-scale

The past few years have seen a litany of news reports, opinion columns, and political rants and raves targeted at the perceived lack of...

Turning down the heat

By Justin Crewson, Dan Gent, and Shahrzad Simab If you ask an electric utility professional about what is top of mind for them day-to-day, you...

Infrastructure key pillar in Saskatchewan Party victory

The Saskatchewan Party has captured a fourth straight mandate, using its infrastructure successes as a pillar of its re-election platform. Coming off a term that...