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Hearing from the candidates - 2017 Conservative Leadership

Posted on February 15, 2017
Written by Andrew Macklin
Over the course of the next several weeks, ReNew Canada will be collecting information from each of the candidates in the Conservative Leadership race regarding their policy or position on infrastructure spending in Canada. We have emailed a request to all 14 of the campaigns in an effort to collect the information. All 14 were given the exact same request, which asked for “1-2 paragraphs that explain (candidate name here) position or policy on infrastructure spending.” As we receive the information, this space will become a running document with [...]

VIDEO: Site C construction Update

Posted on January 19, 2017
Written by Andrew Macklin
A new video has been released showing progress in the construction of the right and left banks of the Site C dam project. The $8.775 billion project, #5 on the 2017 Top100 Projects list, is expected to be completed in 2024. [...]

VIDEO: Keeyask GS construction update

Posted on December 21, 2016
Written by Andrew Macklin
Manitoba Hydro has provided a video update on the progress of the construction of the Keeyask Generating Station. The $6.5 billion Keeyask Hydroelectric Project, #5 on the 2016 Top100 Projects list, will be a 695-MW station that generates an average of 4,400 gigawatt hours per year upon completion. [...]

VIDEO: Vancouver's multi-modal transportation success

Posted on December 20, 2016
Written by Andrew Macklin
Three significant moments in the history of the City of Vancouver have led to the community’s drive to make walking, cycling, and transit priority modes of transportation. The result is the city achieving its goal of 50 per cent sustainable mode share, but in 2016 instead of 2020. A new video from STREETFILMS describes the important events that have led the city down this path, and the benefits it has created both for those who live in the community, and those who visit the community. [...]

VIDEO: New stations for REM project

Posted on November 29, 2016
Written by Andrew Macklin
CDPQ Infra, a subsidiary of Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, has announced the addition of three new stations to the Réseau électrique métropolitain (REM) project. At an overall cost of $400 million, the Bassin Peel, McGill and Édouard-Montpetit stations will improve downtown Montréal service and further integrate the REM into the métro system through connections to the Orange, Green and Blue lines. CDPQ Infra released a video to show how these three new stations will be integrated into the existing REM plan, and how they will improve the [...]

VIDEO: Milton District Hospital - Expansion Update

Posted on September 30, 2016
Written by Andrew Macklin
Halton Healthcare Services has released a video showing the progress of the new Milton District Hospital. The $512 million expansion project, #85 on the 2016 Top100 Projects list, is scheduled for completion in the spring of 2017. [...]

VIDEO: Breaking Ground in HIV/AIDS Health Care

Posted on March 30, 2016
A new video released by Infrastructure Ontario (IO) features the Casey House Facility Replacement Project, which is being delivered using IO’s alternative financing and procurement (AFP) model. Located in downtown Toronto, Casey House is a specialty HIV/AIDS hospital with community programs including home nursing care and outreach. The project involves the renovation of an existing heritage property and the incorporation of a new 58,000-square-foot facility that will expand their capacity to serve those living with HIV/AIDS in the community. This video [...]

Surveying the Social Costs of Delays

Posted on March 22, 2016
Written by Art Maw
As a quantity surveyor who has been working in Ottawa for 19 years, I can say I was more than pleased when Justin Trudeau promised to raise the federal budget for infrastructure to $125 billion over the next 10 years. This is a major commitment, and we haven’t seen this kind of money spent on infrastructure since the 1960s. But to be honest, this scale of investment has been needed for 15 years. Quantity surveyors are the cost consultants for the construction industry, so for infrastructure projects, one of our roles is to determine how the government [...]

14 Reasons for Living Green Infrastructure

Posted on February 1, 2016
Written by Steven Peck and Michelle Sawka
After years of neglect, infrastructure is again being discussed as a major priority for public investment in many jurisdictions. Ontario’s new Climate Change Strategy calls for the building of green infrastructure to help us mitigate and adapt to climate change. In the past, public investments have largely been directed to only grey infrastructure (roads, bridges, water treatment plants, et cetera), the same type we have been building for decades. It is time for change. Here are 14 really good reasons why living green infrastructure like trees, green [...]

VIDEO: Software Q&A

Posted on January 27, 2016
Written by Joe Hedrick
Joe Hedrick, a manager for IMAGINiT's Infrastructure Solutions team, discusses infrastructure software at Autodesk University. What is the value of proper civil/infrastructure software implementation? What are the most common software implementation errors and how can they be addressed? How can civil engineering and infrastructure firms ensure they are getting the most out of their technology? [...]
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