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September 26, 2019
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Nova Scotia hires two contractors to remove collapsed crane from Halifax building

Removing the heavily-damaged crane presents a significant challenge. It fell as post-tropical storm Dorian swept through Halifax earlier this month

The ‘proper invoice’: What parties to a construction project need to know

New prompt payment and adjudication rules are about to come into effect in Ontario. Knowing what goes into a “proper” invoice is vital for contractors

Graham completes big concrete pour as work progresses on new Vancouver tower [WATCH]

More than 100 workers spent 14 hours earlier this month placing 2,070 cubic metres of concrete for a core footing for the 43-storey tower


Bustling Tim Hortons drive-thru straining road infrastructure in Fredericton

The troublesome drive-thru has divided officials over whether public funds should be used to improve local roads or if the business should foot the bill » Read More

Federal leaders should face tough questions about Toronto's smart city project

Their answers may reveal their approach to managing a 21st century digital economy in which data governance, intellectual property and Internet of Things infrastructure are likely to become key » Read More

Komatsu introduces new PC2000-11 hydraulic excavator

Equipped with an EPA Tier 4 Final certified engine and a new engine-pump control, the excavator is built for faster cycle times and improved multifunction performance » Read More

Atlas Copco introduces new XAS 950 air compressor seen as 'game changer'

The new single-stage, oil-injected rotary screw type portable air compressor aims to bring down costs for contractors and save on maintenance » Read More

WoodRise 2019

Date: Sept. 30 - Oct. 4
Location: Quebec City
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The Buildings Show

Date: Dec. 4-6
Location: Toronto
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