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COVID-19 inspires hospital retrofits

Few buildings have been as directly affected by the global pandemic as hospitals have, with many new ideas quickly turned into realities.

Newly merged engineering and surveying firm continues storied legacy

When IN Engineering and Collett Surveying combined forces, it marked the revival of a storied history of services to Brockville, Ont.

SNC-Lavalin appoints CEO of EPDM for Canada

The appointment follows the consulting engineering firm’s creation of a stand-alone engineering, design and project management (EDPM) business.
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Improving indoor air quality in the new normal.

There’s no single solution for moving forward safely in a post-pandemic world. It takes a layered approach accounting for various scenarios and unique aspects of each building. Still, what we know about disease transmission and IAQ suggests that building owners and engineers seeking to prepare their facilities for reoccupancy may consider prioritizing indoor air quality – and the experts at Carrier can help.

Through an industry-leading suite of solutions and services, Carrier’s Healthy Buildings Program helps deliver healthy, safe, efficient and productive indoor environments at a time they’re needed most. Learn more and connect with your local expert at http://carrier.com/commercial » Learn more

UNESCO celebrates World Engineering Day

Originally proclaimed in 2019, WED offers an opportunity to highlight engineers' achievements and to improve the public's understanding. » Read more

How WSP redeveloped Toronto’s Guildwood GO Station

Completed in 2019, the project involved enhancing accessibility and increasing flexibility to accommodate future track expansions and electrification. » Read more

Stantec hires BRT lead

The engineering firm has most recently been involved in bus rapid transit (BRT) projects and studies in Calgary, Boston, Mass., and Cleveland, Ohio. » Read more
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Brandt SmartSteel Centre – Advanced Manufacturing Solutions

Brandt’s SmartSteel Centre is the only smart factory in Western Canada. It is also the only facility fully equipped to handle all aspects of manufacturing domestically, so customers can focus on product development without worrying about supply chain problems. The centre features a host of specialized manufacturing capabilities including structural steel processing equipment that incorporates the latest 3D profiling technology to make any cut with absolute precision, as well as an impressive line-up of press brakes with capacities of up to 880 tons, providing the capability to form simple or complex components with ease. And, thanks to its broad set of in-house capabilities, the SmartSteel Centre is uniquely equipped to deliver flexibility, precision, and superior quality control. » Learn more

Lehigh launches ‘sustainable’ cement for Prairies

The company’s Edmonton plant has launched EcoCem Plus, a blended Portland limestone cement (PLC), across Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. » Read more

OGVM suction cups provide sure grip for big loads

Expanding Festo’s gripper portfolio, they are structured to absorb high transverse forces with dry or heavily oily sheets in end-of-arm tooling applications. » Read more

Rittal unveils TS IT Pro rack enclosures

The cabinets feature a perforated single front door, split rear doors, levelling feet, casters and vertical cable walls with dual PDU mountings. » Read more

#APN2021: Accelerating Access

March 11-12
Location: Online
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CCA Annual Conference

March 23-25
Location: Online
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BuildEx Alberta

May 4-5
Location: Online
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World of Concrete

June 8-19
Location: Las Vegas, Nev.
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