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QUEST announces annual award winners

October 18, 2016 -

QUEST announced the winners for the 2016 Smart Energy Communities Awards, which were presented at QUEST’s 10th Annual Awards and Gala in Calgary. The Smart Energy Communities Awards are presented annually by QUEST to recognize leadership and innovation in advancing Smart Energy Communities in Canada. ...

Tags: Amaresco, awards, construction, Enbridge, Infrastructure, North Vancouver, QUEST, smart energy communities

Diamond Schmitt Architects hires new associates

October 18, 2016 -

Diamond Schmitt Architects is pleased to announce the appointment of seven team members to the position of associate with the company: Cynthia Carbonneau, Karel Brozik, Vincent Goetz, Bradley Hindson, Eric Lucassen, Marcin Sztaba, and Matthew Tsui. At the same time, the company promoted Branka Gazibara...

Tags: architect, construction, design, Diamond Schmitt Architects, Infrastructure

Pattern Energy completes acquisition of Armow Wind Power facility

October 18, 2016 -

Pattern Energy Group Inc. announced it has completed the acquisition of a 90 MW interest in the 179 MW Armow Wind power facility in Kincardine, Ont. from Pattern Energy Group LP. Pattern Energy acquired the interest in Armow Wind for a total cash consideration of approximately US$133 million, representing...

Tags: construction, energy, Infrastructure, Pattern Energy, power, wind

Qualified bidders announced for Centre Block rehabilitation

October 17, 2016 -

A single qualified bidder has emerged for the construction management of the rehabilitation of the Centre Block in Ottawa. According to an article in the Ottawa Citizen, only a joint venture between EllisDon Corporation and PCL Constructors Canada has been qualified to bid on the decade-long project...

Tags: Centre Block, construction, EllisDon, Infrastructure, Ottawa, PCL

TransLink seeks billions for Vancouver transit upgrades

October 17, 2016 -

Transit authorities in Vancouver are hoping that the federal government intends to come through on its promise to provide 50 per cent of funding for transit projects. According to an article from the CBC, the city is looking for billions in funding commitments from the federal government to help expand...

Tags: construction, Infrastructure, LRT, SkyTrain, transit, Translink, Vancouver

NEB releases new report on Canada's renewable power landscape

October 17, 2016 -

Canada is a world leader in renewable power and generates almost two-thirds of its electricity from renewable sources according to a new report released by the National Energy Board (NEB). Hydro is the dominant source of electricity in Canada accounting for 55 per cent of total installed capacity...

Tags: biomass, construction, energy, Infrastructure, National Energy Board, NEB, power, renewable, solar, wind

CanBIM announces annual award winners

October 17, 2016 -

The Canada BIM Council (CanBIM) held its 2nd Annual CanBIM Awards on October 5th in Toronto at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Eight award categories in total were presented, including one for Best In BIM handed out to the winner of winners from the seven main categories. The awards categories...

Tags: CanBIM, construction, DIALOG, EllisDon, George Brown College, Groupe Canam, Infrastructure, York University

April 11–12, 2017: Reshaping Energy 2017: Opportunities and Impacts of Reducing Canadian GHG Emissions

October 13, 2016 -

Where: Fairmont Château Laurier, Ottawa, Ont. Organization: The Conference Board of Canada Website:

Tags: Conference Board of Canada, construction, emissions, energy, GHG, greenhouse gas, Infrastructure

Ontario adding parking structures at two GO stations

October 13, 2016 -

The province will construct new, multi-level parking structures to help address the parking demands at Maple and Rutherford GO stations, which will provide 1,200 new spots at each station. Metrolinx will also be adding new pedestrian tunnels at both stations that will connect to the future second...

Tags: construction, GO, Infrastructure, Maple, Metrolinx, Ontario, rail, Rutherford, transit

Plan approved to upgrade Billy Bishop passenger terminal

October 13, 2016 -

After several months of consultation, PortsToronto, owner and operator of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, has approved plans submitted by Nieuport Aviation Infrastructure Partners (Nieuport), owner and operator of the airport’s passenger terminal, to undertake upgrades and enhancements to the terminal...

Tags: airport, Billy Bishop, construction, Infrastructure, PortsToronto, terminal, Toronto

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