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Editor's Note 
This week, we feature our May/June issue's cover story, 'Recladding for renewal.' With net-zero targets, decarbonization and ESG in mind, recladding can help engineering firms' clients reach their sustainability goals. Check out the article below!
- Peter Saunders, Editor

EV and battery plants call for special fire protection systems

Given the increased risk and complexity around batteries in a fire scenario, it is important for engineers to take special measures.

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.

France's Fondasol Group buys majority stake in Canada's DEC Enviro

The acquisition effectively doubles Fondasol’s workforce in Quebec, to 160 professionals, following the firm’s integration in 2020 of Solroc.

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.

Feature: Recladding for renewal

Experience has shown close collaboration between architects and engineers is essential to the success of these office tower projects.


CIMA+ appoints director for Vancouver project delivery office

He joins an office that specifically provides services to BC Hydro, focusing on high-voltage transmission and distribution engineering. » Read More...

Letter to the Editor: Unifying regulation of Canadian engineers

“The multiplication of the regulatory process adds barriers to interprovincial commerce and discourages new firms from starting up,” writes Sasha Harpe. » Read More...

Feature: Breaking down barriers to DEI

Ensuring a more inclusive next generation of engineers in Canada begins with critically examining who is—and who is not—aware of the field and its prerequisites. » Read More...