SPONSORED: Building Relationships and Infrastructure

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Pomerleau is Collaborating with Indigenous Businesses Indigenous participation in the construction industry is an essential component of reconciliation. Pomerleau is focusing its efforts on building...

Tackling transit infrastructure project risk

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By John Allen In 2023 Canada invested around $36 billion in transportation infrastructure. This investment has grown substantially in recent years as provinces and municipalities...

Women’s Work

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In recognition of International Women’s Day ReNew Canada highlights just a few of the remarkable women in the Canadian construction industry Lisa Laronde Lisa Laronde, the...

A Seat at the Table

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Indigenous equity participation in infrastructure is key to achieving net-zero and reconciliation Canada will not achieve Indigenous reconciliation or reach net-zero carbon emissions without...

The emergence of climate change adaptation in infrastructure planning

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By Quentin Chiotti and David Van Vliet The 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was a landmark event that brought together 172 governments,...

Court decision reveals risks associated with different project delivery models

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By Jesse Gardner and Nicholas Reynolds Much has been written about the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in R. v. Greater Sudbury (City), and its...

Advanced drone data collection enhances project quality

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Recent advancements in geographic information system technology are streamlining workflows, minimizing risk, enhancing collaboration, and saving clients significant time and money throughout the construction...

Backing up Canada’s drive to decarbonize the energy sector

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By Mark Douglas Wessel On the world stage 145 countries have committed to net-zero targets, representing approximately 90 per cent of carbon emissions—half of which...

Building a sustainable future with the help of Envision

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By John Nottage and Clément Boisselier While Canada’s population continues to grow, with the flow on effects to transportation and energy needs, the focus of...

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...

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