Thursday, September 21, 2023

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Major construction projects completed at Milliken, Agincourt GO stations

Ontario Construction News staff writer EllisDon has completed several major infrastructure projects at the Milliken and Agincourt GO stations along the Stouffville line. "These major infrastructure...

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Tatham Engineering donates $60K to Barrie hospital expansion project

Ontario Construction News staff writer Tatham Engineering Limited continues to support  the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) Foundation’s Keep Life Wild campaign with another...

Hydro One starts construction on Orillia operations centre

Ontario Construction News staff writer Hydro One broke ground on a new regional operations centre and provincial warehouse in Orillia, to improve efficiencies and emergency...



Ottawa opens renovated Chief William Commanda Bridge

Ontario Construction News staff writer The City of Ottawa, area First Nations, and members of the Commanda family celebrated the official opening of the Chief...
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2023 Livable Cities forum to focus on climate change, reducing emissions

Ontario Construction News staff writer Finding climate change solutions is the focus of the 2023 Livable Cities Forum Sept. 25 to 27 at the Living Arts...


St. Catharines launches new building permit application portal

Ontario Construction News staff writer The City of St. Catharines has launched phase one of a new building permit application portal, allowing those looking to...

UN plan promises emission cuts in construction sector

Ontario Construction news staff writer Every five days the world adds buildings equivalent to the size of Paris, and the built environment sector responsible for...

Snapping turtles rescued from York Region construction site

Ontario Construction News staff writer Forty snapping turtles have been rescued by Rutherford Road project construction crew and released in the wetlands surrounding Rutherford Road in...

Saskatoon library project shelved due to construction bids ‘substantially higher’ than budget

Ontario Construction News staff writer Plans to build a new central library in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan are on hold after construction bids eclipsed the city’s budget. Saskatoon...

Thunder Bay CEDC unveils study on mass timber in mining infrastructure

Ontario Construction News staff writer The Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) has released a study exploring advantages of integrating mass timber, with a...
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