Friday, January 27, 2023


Top Features

Project to explore capturing carbon in concrete buildings

The Canada Green Building Council (CAGBC), in partnership with the University of Toronto (U of T), announced a contribution of $1.7 million in funding...

Procurement: Make or Break

The link between procurement type and 
financial performance  With the average size and frequency of large civil infrastructure projects, such as highways and bridges, jumping...

Planning a Path to Zero Carbon

By Chirstian Cianfrone In June 2022, Canada released its first-ever Emissions Reduction Plan, indicating a building sector-specific GHG emissions reduction target of 37 per cent relative...

Cracking Up

GIS technology helps city streamline sidewalk 
inspection process and reduce costs By Rob Santos Provincial legislation requires Canadian municipalities to have their sidewalks inspected annually, a...

2023 Top100 Projects Preview

Cost rises cast a shadow over government infrastructure plans By John Allen Annual lookaheads are notoriously treacherous as recent years have shown. Barring unforeseen, once-in-a-lifetime global...

Digging Deeper

A new organization for Canada’s underground technology sector   Many of the services communities rely on—including water, sewer, stormwater, and telecommunications—involve underground infrastructure. At the same...

Canada Abroad

An overview of some of the infrastructure projects Canadian companies are working on around the globe SIXTH STREET VIADUCT — U.S. Spanning the Los Angeles River,...

Going Green: Harnessing green energy to achieve net-zero

As Canada sets out on a transformative journey to reach net-zero GHG emissions by 2050, we need a powerful boost from wind energy, solar...

In the Driver’s Seat

Doug Parker is a transportation systems engineer and planner, specializing in assisting public agencies with applying advanced technology. He is a recognized leader in...

The Green Winds Of  Change

By Mike Crawley It is virtually certain that the world will need greener power and zero-carbon fuels, like green hydrogen and ammonia, to decarbonize our...

Indigenous Partnerships

The power of partnership takes centre stage at Forward Summit 2022 By Andrew Snook The Forward Summit 2022, in association with the Canadian Council of Aboriginal...

First Nations community gets first-rate water treatment facility

By David Horton Since the 1970s, the Canadian government has promised to provide communities living on First Nation Reserves with the same quality water and...

Women in asset management

Engineering and asset management used to be fields dominated by men. That of course is no longer the reality, but as more women continue...

Turning waste gas into power

Calgary’s Bonnybrook Cogeneration Expansion project turns waste gas into power By George Koch Sewage treatment generates large volumes of gases as solids are broken down by...

SPONSORED: Housing Supply Summit 2.0

The Residential Construction Council of Ontario (RESCON) is hosting a free online summit on Oct. 6, 2022, to examine what has been done to boost the housing supply...

New guide to help municipalities improve flood-resiliency

Climate change is causing a steady increase in the frequency, intensity and duration of weather-related natural disasters. Damages caused by floods and rainstorms comprise...