News | December 11, 2018

What is a Smart City?

Smart Cities continue to be one of the most discussed subjects in the Canadian infrastructure landscape. And it’s for good reason. The Canada-wide Smart Cities Challenge caused communities to think…

READ MORE

NewsJul. 07, 2006
Read Later

New Report on Infrastructure Funding

The Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario (RCCAO) has released a report titled "The Infrastructure Funding Deficit: Time To Act".  The report, presented to Ontario Public Infrastructure Renewal Minister…
NewsJan. 25, 2006
Read Later

New Call for Applications for Funding by SDTC

Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC), a Government of Canada initiative that finances and supports the development and demonstration of clean technologies, announced its ninth call for funding applications (Statements of…
NewsSep. 27, 2005
Read Later

CWF Releases New Big City/Provincial Partnership Blueprint

The rise of the information economy, coupled with expanded global trade and increased international economic competition, has vaulted big cities to a level of importance that renders archaic the intergovernmental…
NewsSep. 13, 2005
Read Later

Developer Promotes Urban renewal by Focusing on the Arts

Toronto Artscape has been leading a cultural revolution in the world of urban renewal. When it was first formed in 1986, the mandate of the country's only non-profit real estate…
NewsSep. 13, 2005
Read Later

Manitoba Hydro Headquarters to Showcase Energy Efficiency

Thomas Akerstream uses organic words that are seldom applied to glass, concrete and steel when he talks about the design of Manitoba Hydro's new $188-million headquarters in the heart of…
NewsSep. 13, 2005
Read Later

Public-Private Partnerships Deliver

An editorial written for the October issue by Michael Wilson, declares that many Canadians are convinced that governments cannot keep pace with the demand for new or improved public infrastructure.…
NewsSep. 13, 2005
Read Later

Noisette Leads Charge in North Charleston Renewal

Noisette Company president John L. Knott Jr. suggests his company is doing nothing less that creating the "New American City" within 3,000 acres of North Charleston, S.C. — an urban…
NewsSep. 27, 2005
Read Later

CWF Releases New Big City/Provincial Partnership Blueprint

The rise of the information economy, coupled with expanded global trade and increased international economic competition, has vaulted big cities to a level of importance that renders archaic the intergovernmental…
NewsSep. 13, 2005
Read Later

Developer Promotes Urban renewal by Focusing on the Arts

Toronto Artscape has been leading a cultural revolution in the world of urban renewal. When it was first formed in 1986, the mandate of the country's only non-profit real estate…
NewsSep. 13, 2005
Read Later

Manitoba Hydro Headquarters to Showcase Energy Efficiency

Thomas Akerstream uses organic words that are seldom applied to glass, concrete and steel when he talks about the design of Manitoba Hydro's new $188-million headquarters in the heart of…
NewsSep. 13, 2005
Read Later

Public-Private Partnerships Deliver

An editorial written for the October issue by Michael Wilson, declares that many Canadians are convinced that governments cannot keep pace with the demand for new or improved public infrastructure.…
NewsSep. 13, 2005
Read Later

Noisette Leads Charge in North Charleston Renewal

Noisette Company president John L. Knott Jr. suggests his company is doing nothing less that creating the "New American City" within 3,000 acres of North Charleston, S.C. — an urban…

Top News

OGRA donates $500,000 to U of T for research chair

The Ontario Good Roads Association (OGRA) has made a lead gift of $500,000 to establish an innovative research chair position in the University of Toronto's Department of Civil Engineering. Investing in and maintaining municipal infrastructure is one of the greatest challenges facing Canada today, and a pressing issue worldwide. The Chair in Asset Management & Infrastructure Informatics will connect government and industry with the world-leading academic ecosystem at the University…
Read Later

CBI, OHBA release Suburbs on Track report

The Ryerson City Building Institute (CBI) and Ontario Home Builders’ Association (OHBA) co-launched the Suburbs on Track report, which explores the benefits of transit-oriented communities. The report emphasizes how these communities are walkable and safe, support local businesses, generate ridership to pay for transit while providing more mobility choices and improving housing affordability. The Ontario government is currently investing $32 billion in rapid transit infrastructure over the next 15 years.…
Read Later

Hydromechanical equipment contract awarded for Site C

BC Hydro announced that it has signed a contract with ATB Riva Calzoni Hydro Canada Inc. to provide the hydromechanical equipment for the Site C project. The scope of the contract includes the design, supply, and commissioning of all gates, hoists, and embedded parts associated with the generating station and spillways component of the project. Spillway and low level outlet gates are an important safety feature of the dam and…
Read Later

Top Features

Upcoming Events

Jan 21

2019

World of Concrete

Host: Association of Equipment ManufacturersLocation: Las Vegas Convention Center

Feb 19

2019

2019 Top100 Projects Key Players & Owners Dinner

Host: ReNew CanadaLocation: The Carlu, Toronto

Feb 24

2019

2019 OGRA Conference

Host: Ontario Good Roads AssociationLocation: Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

Feb 27

2019

GLOBE Capital 2019

Host: GLOBE SeriesLocation: Four Seasons Hotel