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Call for submissions for Top100 Projects report

July 11, 2017 -

ReNew Canada is making an open call for submissions for the 2018 Top100 Projects report. The 2017 report had an overall value of over $186 million, and included the first two Canadian public sector infrastructure projects valued at over $10 billion. The #1 project for the 2017 edition was the Bruce...

Categories: Features

2017 Top100 infrastructure projects surpasses $186 billion

January 11, 2017 -

There is more than $186 billion invested in the biggest infrastructure projects currently under development in Canada, according to information released today in the annual Top100 Projects report. The Top100 Projects report, produced each year since 2006 by industry magazine ReNew Canada, researches...

Categories: National, News

March 26-28, 2014: GLOBE 2014

August 29, 2013 -

Where: Vancouver Convention Centre Organization: Globe Foundation Website: As North America’s largest and longest-running conference and exposition series dedicated to the business of the environment, GLOBE 2014, being held March 26-28, 2014 in Vancouver, Canada, has...

Categories: Events

Virtual Reality

February 23, 2011 -

In the near future, mountains of data will flow. While communicating and sharing this information isn’t difficult (witness the popularity of applications such as Facebook and foursquare), it’s the management of this information that poses a challenge. The participants in ReNew Canada and Cisco’s...

Categories: Features, Roundtables


January 3, 2011 -

Over the last budget period, Canadian governments were stimulated by federal funding—funding that relied on infrastructure action to inflate the economy. A lot time and effort went into getting “shovel ready” projects started, with less energy spent pursuing P3s as a project delivery model. Now...

Categories: Features, Roundtables

The Brownfielders, Part 1

November 2, 2010 -

What are brownfields anyway? ReNew Canada magazine took to the streets at the revitalized Distillery District in the east end of Toronto to ask people what they thought and then interviewed experts to clarify. If you've always wondered how great places are created from old industrial property, then...

Categories: Features

Locating Canada on the World Map

September 1, 2010 -

“My intention is not to bore, but to provoke,” said Anderson in his introductory remarks. Our roundtable of heavy hitters was definitely not bored—they were fired up enough to question some of Anderson’s numbers. When RBC Capital Markets’ Duncan McCallum asked how he arrived at numbers showing...

Categories: Features

Mad in Canada

September 1, 2010 -

During a 2007 business mission to the Netherlands in which ReNew Canada participated, there was a heavy focus on how Canada—Ontario, in particular—could benefit from a technology partnership with the Netherlands to help remediate some of our port lands. Now, international soil washing technologies...

Categories: Features

Transit Transformation

April 23, 2009 -

Canada is the only country in the G8 without a national transit strategy. Some Canadian provinces have transit plans, but few have a comprehensive strategy that includes a cost and a plan to cover that cost. In 2007, the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) estimated Canada needs to invest $2...

Categories: Features

Engineering Vulnerability Assessment - Americana 2009

March 27, 2009 -

As promised, click here for David Lapp's presentation from our March 19 presentation at Americana in Montreal

Categories: ReNew Canada Blog

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