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Survey finds civil engineering firms are sharing data, expanding services …

IMAGINIT Technologies has published the results of a survey of individuals across the U.S. and Canada who work in civil surveying. » Read More

Three Canadian universities reach breakthroughs to help the earth

Necessity breeds innovation and Canadian universities have been busy finding potential solutions to the world's environmental problems: oil sands pollution, batteries, and CO2 and energy. » Read More

Strip of Montreal's St-Laurent Boulevard to be transformed

A rundown section of street deep in the cultural and shopping heart of downtown Montreal is about to undergo a 47,500-sq.m development. » Read More

What's happenin'? CIMA+, BSEI, IBI, Stantec, Hatch, Associated, Arup

News of acquisitions, financials, and appointments at consulting engineering companies across Canada. » Read More

University of B.C. and University of Regina teams tops in ASHRAE competition

The ASHRAE 2016 Student Design Competition saw teams from eight countries take part. One challenge was to design and select systems for a two-storey government building in Beijing, China. » Read More

Chernobyl: from nuclear apocalypse to sunshine harvest?

Kirsten Mikadze, a lawyer with Siskinds in London, Ontario, has written an article "The Unlikely Intersection of Nuclear Fallout and Green Energy." » Read More
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