EllisDon is set to start work soon on a second pilot project under a carbon impact initiative that it launched last summer.
It will begin redevelopment of the historic kiln building at Evergreen Brick Works. Conversion of the 53,000-square-foot, Building 16 will create a hub for collaboration in building sustainable cities. It will also provide an opportunity to test and drive change for future low-carbon cities across the country.
Q1 2017 is here! Read about The Global Transportation Hub and how Saskatchewan's construction industry impacts provincial transportation.
The Global Transportation Hub
How highways and road construction impact the transportation industry
By Craig Slater, Martin Charlton Communications...
The Saskatchewan Chamber has a board of 13 people, including a past chair, chair, 1st vice chair, 2nd vice chair plus nine directors.
There are five positions on the board that will be up for election in 2017 by members of the ...
U.S. Gulf Coast refineries are looking to process more Canadian heavy oil barrels as supplies drop from OPEC countries, analysts at Raymond James said in a research note issued on March 1.
The Price spread between Canadian heavy benchmark WCS and Gulf ...
Ontario’s transportation minister has announced plans to address the Auditor General’s recommendations to improve road construction in the province.
Minister Steven Del Duca said, “Since the Auditor General released her report last November, Ministry of Transportation staff have been hard at work identifying ways to address the auditor's seven recommendations. The result of that work is a comprehensive plan that will enhance oversight, ensure value for money and improve asphalt pavement quality for Ontario's roads.”