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VIDEO: Stantec, Exp to design Île-d’Orléans cable-stayed bridge

Replacing an existing bridge dating back to 1935, the new structure will feature two wider lanes of traffic, shoulders and multi-use pedestrian/cyclist lanes.

Construction rebounds in B.C., Ontario, Quebec, but slows in Alberta

Industry activity continues to recover during the COVID-19 pandemic, after an initial drop in the spring, according to a new worker hours report.

CIB appoints Ehren Cory CEO

The former president and CEO of Infrastructure Ontario joins the Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) following the announcement of a $10-billion growth plan.

OIQ expands access to international engineering grads

A 2008 international mutual recognition agreement (MRA) on the professional qualifications of engineers has now been updated.

Edmonton selects Fast + Epp, Stantec and others for Valley Line West LRT

Marigold Infrastructure Partners plans to design, build and partially finance the 14-km public transit project, with construction set to start in 2021.

SNC-Lavalin appoints president of infrastructure services

Based in Toronto, Dale Clarke first joined the firm in 1996 and most recently served as its executive vice-president (EVP) of infrastructure services.

Vancouver’s Wavefront Centre earns Canada’s highest accessibility rating

The Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification (RHFAC) program has given the organization’s new head office a score of 96 out of 100.

VIDEO: ASHRAE moves into new net-zero-energy HQ

The newly renovated three-storey, 66,700-sf building in Peachtree Corners, Ga., has been modelled for energy use intensity of 17 kBtu/sf/yr.

TTC names WSP prime consultant for subway capacity upgrades

The program’s goal is to help manage increased ridership for Toronto’s Yonge-University line—already the busiest rapid-transit line anywhere in Canada.

NRCan selects BBA to enhance cybersecurity for energy infrastructure

The federal government is concerned cyber attacks targeting industrial control systems (ICSs) pose risks to Canada’s national security and economy.