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SPONSORED: Housing Supply Summit 2.0

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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

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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...

Climate Change Won’t Wait

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Getting started on climate adaptation and resiliency plans By John Estey Climate change is here to stay, and its impacts are creating different challenges for communities...

Strengthening Canada’s supply chain through its ports

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Canada will see significant investment in port infrastructure over the coming decade, as efforts will continue to expand port capacity at several of the...

Authentic Leadership

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Infrastructure Ontario’s Heather Grey-Wolf on transit-oriented, accessible infrastructure development As chief development officer at Infra­structure Ontario (IO), Heather Grey-Wolf oversees IO’s work on transit-ori­ented communities,...

Moving from Shovel Ready to Shovel Worthy

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By Carlo Dade If Canada’s prospects for COVID recovery and economic growth crash in the forest of world business opinion, does it make a sound?...

Progress continues on Scarborough Subway Extension

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By Joshua Patel Scarborough’s three-stop subway extension continues to take shape with crews starting work on the project’s headwalls. Headwalls are underground support structures made up...

Report challenges municipalities to prioritize cyber resiliency

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By Glenn Miller While the shocking events in Ukraine have raised the public profile of cyberattacks on critical infrastructure, Toronto Metropolitan University’s (TMU)—formerly Ryerson University—Cybersecure...

Recycled Roads

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Durham Region pilots road reconstruction using recycled materials. The principles of “rethink, reduce and reuse,” have been around a long time, but new takes on...

Driving the next wave of public transit expansion

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Public transit is the backbone of livable cities. Better transit means less congestion, faster commutes, more convenience, higher productivity, and lower emissions. Simply put...

Bridging the Gap

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The shifting landscape of bridge design and construction in Canada. By Jianping Jiang and Keith Holmes The way we design and build bridges in Canada continues...

SPONSORED: Delivering data in an intuitive, visual way

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Welcome to the world of GIS data visualization, where information is collected, combed, and displayed in one place for max collaboration and better decision-making. The...

Waste not, Want not

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Library renovation project sets new standard for construction waste diversion. Construction, renovation, and demolition waste continue to be the largest contributors of waste in municipal...

Leading the building team for the Gordie Howe International Bridge

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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

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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

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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...

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