Thursday, January 17, 2019

Tag: bridges

Toronto investing $720 million in infrastructure rehabilitation

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

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...

Alta. invests $100m in transport infrastructure

Alberta will fund 87 municipal road, bridge, and community airport projects in 50 communities through 2017–18. Budget 2017 includes $100 million in Strategic Transportation Infrastructure...

Multi-year infrastructure plan announced for Newfoundland, Labrador

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador has announced a multi-year plan for infrastructure investments. The Way Forward: A Multi-Year Plan for Infrastructure Investments outlines...

Quebec announces $4.6 billion transportation investment

The Government of Québec will invest more than $ 4.6 billion in the Québec highway system during the period 2017-2019 to undertake, continue, or...

Newfoundland & Labrador releases five-year roads plan

Minister of Transportation and Works Al Hawkins released the provincial government’s Five-Year Provincial Roads Plan, along with the full list of road tenders for...

Silent but Deadly

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...

Done in a Flash

If you haven’t heard of rapid bridge replacement (RBR), it’s time you did. This state-of-the-art process allows bridges to be replaced in a matter...

Assets or Liabilities?

As Canada remembers the De la Concorde overpass collapse in the Montreal suburb of Laval that happened seven years ago, the state of the...

UK Firm Merges with Canada’s cm2r

For all the reasons mentioned in the story I wrote last June about big mergers, sometimes the little guy wants to be “swallowed up” by...
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