Thursday, June 17, 2021

Tag: bridges

System upgrade coming to Lions Gate Bridge counterflow

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Work will get underway in June on a project to upgrade the counterflow system on Vancouver's Lions Gate Bridge. The Government of B.C. has awarded...

Milton invests $30M in roads and bridges

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The Town of Milton is investing over $29.6 million in roads and bridges in 2021, building infrastructure that makes Milton a complete and connected...

Municipal Project Bundling

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An effective way to accelerate infrastructure delivery?  By Andy Manahan Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, municipal finances are tight and even with funding support from senior...

Bridge repair, water upgrades, and new rec infrastructure for Saskatchewan

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Investments in Saskatchewan's infrastructure during this extraordinary time are providing an opportunity to make several communities more sustainable and resilient, with the announcement of...

Bridge repairs for Trans-Canada Highway in Newfoundland and Labrador

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The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador has announced that work to repair bridges on the Trans-Canada Highway and Pitts Memorial Highway in St. John’s...

Nova Scotia announces $230 million infrastructure investment

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Nova Scotians are getting back to work on more than 200 infrastructure projects across the province. The province is investing up to $230 million...

FCM releases infrastructure report card

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The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) released its 2019 Canadian Infrastructure Report Card, showing the need for significant investment in the country’s aging and...

Toronto investing $720 million in infrastructure rehabilitation

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The City of Toronto has announced the beginning of the 2018 construction season with more than 200 projects, including 60 major projects, planned for...

B.C. government recognizes its top contractors

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Contractors responsible for British Columbia’s transportation and infrastructure projects were recognized at the Deputy Minister’s Contractor of the Year Awards ceremony. “Every day, hard-working people...

Silent but Deadly

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A massive explosion rocked the Regina Consumers’ Co-operative Refineries in October 2011, injuring 52 people. Investigators concluded that there was “a catastrophic failure” in...
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