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Is your site ready for recreational marijuana?

Many contractors fear cannabis legalization will lead to increased impairment on construction sites. Here's what you need to know to prepare

Feds, B.C. pony up $3B to extend Vancouver’s SkyTrain underground, kick-start Surrey LRT construction

As Metro Vancouver continues to boom, the funding will support the province’s first light rail system

Workers and construction companies left in limbo after Trans Mountain pipeline ruling

A Federal Court of Appeal ruling abruptly quashed Ottawa’s approval of the pipeline expansion, just days after work had finally begun
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Make robots pay taxes? Feds mull ways to adapt to job site automation, 'gig' economy

Construction is one of the five industries most vulnerable to evolving technology, top federal officials have been told » Read More

B.C. applying high-friction surface treatment to 14 accident-prone stretches of road

HFST was pioneered in the U.K. in the 1960s, but has seen slow uptake in North America » Read More

Gehl adds track loader to Pilot Series line

The RT185 track loader is powered with a 69.9-hp engine and two-speed hydrostatic drive system. It can lift up to 83 in., carry 1,850 lbs. of material and has a ground clearance of 12.7 in » Read More

Topcon introduces Magnet Inspect software for UAV infrastructure inspection

The software allows operators to navigate photos, combining 3D reality meshes with raw georeferenced images. It can then filter those images based on selected criteria, such as field of view » Read More

Buildex Calgary

Date: November 7-8
Location: Calgary, AB
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