Tuesday, April 24, 2018

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Palais des congrès de Montréal earns major environmental recertification

MONTRÉAL, April 22, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - The Palais des congrès de Montréal is proud to have had its BOMA BESTenvironmental certification renewed until 2020. This signifies that the Palais' environmental performance and the fulfilment of its...

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evolv1 sets a new benchmark for green building innovation with Canada’s first Zero Carbon Building – Design certification

April 23, 2018 (WATERLOO, ON) – The Cora Group has announced that it has been awarded Zero Carbon Building - Design certification by the Canada Green Building Council® (CaGBC) for evolv1. A new commercial multi-tenant office building now in...

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Horizon Achievement Centre in Sydney to begin construction as soon as funding is secured

SYDNEY, N.S. — An official with the Horizon Achievement Centre hopes that ground could be broken as early as this construction season on its ambitious new facility, as it prepares to submit its funding proposals to the various levels of...

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Construction Links Network: Weekly Round Up April 21, 2018

Below are links to the top news items posted on the Construction Links Network over the past week. Members are invited to send company news items and press releases before April 27 to be included in the next issue. Thank you for being part of...

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Toronto condo builders walking away from pre-sold tower projects

Builders in Toronto’s frenzied condo market are walking away from giant towers they have pre-sold, reflecting a rougher road to profits -- and leaving buyers in the lurch. Soaring construction costs and condo values in Canada’s largest city,...

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Construction on new development could start this summer at former Kitchener Frame site

With most of the preparatory work complete, the sprawling site that once housed one of Kitchener's largest factories could see new construction start later this summer. Gary Ball, a partner in the project to transform the former Kitchener Frame...

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City of Oshawa opposes controversial waterfront development plan

The City of Oshawa is taking a hard stance against a development plan that could see 180 new homes built near Renaissance Park. Council passed a motion this week, stating its disapproval with the plan by Graywood Developments. The company has...

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A look at five highrise condo projects being developed in the west end of Toronto

Toronto’s a city that grows north. That’s been true throughout its history, with density crowding its way along Yonge St. But today, developers are looking west — with five large-scale, highrise condo communities underway along the...

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Construction breaks ground on Nanaimo Airport’s $15 million expansion

Nanaimo’s $15-million airport expansion officially kicked off Tuesday in a ground-breaking ceremony to start construction of a 14,000-square-foot terminal addition. The investment comes as the Nanaimo Airport marks eight straight years of...

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