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Built Green Canada Q1 Newsletter 2019

Built Green Canada is pleased to share our Q1 Newsletter for 2019 with the visitors, readers and members of Construction Links Network. You can read more here.   Jayman BUILT leads the way as first homebuilder in Alberta to include solar...

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New member of the International Authority appointed for the Gordie Howe International Bridge Project

    Ottawa, Ontario, May 23, 2019 — The Government of Canada is making important infrastructure investments that are helping create good middle-class jobs, promote trade and productivity, and grow the economy. The Gordie Howe...

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Timeline and team announced for Calgary’s BMO Centre expansion project

    As reported on CTV News, the Calgary Municipal Land Corporation and the Calgary Stampede have announced the team who will oversee the $500 million expansion of the BMO Centre. Three architectural firms were chosen from a field...

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Legacy Building Solutions Blog: What you need to know about fabric and eco-friendly construction

Eco-friendly construction is more than just a trend or a marketing tool. When it comes to major assets like a building, focusing on energy efficiency and environmentally friendly construction can mean significant dollars saved over the life of the...

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London high school to be Canada’s first first carbon neutral school

    As reported on CTV News, as the push continues to shift our country towards clean growth, and combatting climate change, a London high school was at the centre of the movement Tuesday. Dignitaries joined school officials for a...

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Moncton council rejects 365-space parking lot for Blue Cross building

    As reported on Yahoo News, a request to increase surface parking in downtown Moncton by the company that owns the Blue Cross Centre was rejected by city councillors in a 7-4 vote Tuesday. Slate Office REIT wanted to rezone 20...

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This U.S. building code could topple California towers when the ‘Big One’ hits

    As reported in the National Post, I suppose my seismic anxiety should peak when I go to California. After all, the Golden State is famous for deadly earthquakes. But I felt strangely reassured when I stepped off the plane in San...

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A look at a Vancouver building project that is targeted at billionaires

    As reported in The Globe and Mail, a Vancouver developer has built an ultra-exclusive, three-unit, prime beach-front property in English Bay aimed at the international buyer who has so much extra cash to spare that they won’t...

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First all-female real estate development team breaks new ground in Canada

    May 22, 2019 (Toronto, ON) - For decades, real estate development has been a male-dominated industry. But as the momentum for gender equality builds across various sectors around the globe, a group of women in Toronto are making...

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