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Editor's Note 
In construction, who is an employer? When the Supreme Court of Canada tackled this question after a tragic accident, its decision "fell short of providing clear guidance," say lawyers Victor Kim and Patrick Pinho. Check out their Legal column below!
- Peter Saunders, Editor

Conversation: B.C. codes updated for mass timber

We spoke with RJC principal Grant Newfield about the significance of changes that came into effect this March to allow for taller mass-timber buildings.

BROUGHT TO YOU BY - Canadian Standards Association

Overcoming barriers to circularity in construction

Explore insights from CSA Group on how standards can help overcome barriers to adopting circularity in Canada’s construction sector.

Consulting engineering firms expand Calgary’s BMO Centre

The project team behind what is now reportedly Western Canada’s largest convention centre included Stantec, RJC, MKA and Urban Systems.

BROUGHT TO YOU BY - Projectworks

Top 3 Challenges for Engineering Firms and How to Solve Them

We live in strange times, in a world we must adapt to quicker than ever before. Ground breaking technology is evolving at a breath-taking rate. The planet is asking for better care and attention.

Brock University studies bamboo as building material

Associate professor of engineering Amir Mofidi is researching possible options to (a) grow new types of bamboo locally and (b) engineer them as composite materials.


Legal: Supreme Court decision fails to clarify construction safety obligations

Many construction industry professionals have heard about the recent decision in R. v. Greater Sudbury, but are left asking what it means for their operations. » Read More...

CIMA+ moves Gatineau office

The consulting engineering firm’s five-year relocation project involved A4 Architecture, BBL Construction and Groupe Dormani. » Read More...

Aercoustics promotes four team members

“We strongly believe in internal talent development,” says the consulting engineering firm’s CEO and president, Steve Titus. » Read More...