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Companies rethink job site access, enhance pre-screening procedures as pandemic unfolds

Simply flashing a badge is no longer adequate. Contractors are enacting new measures such as temperature screening to keep workers safe

With Toronto transit costs ballooning, new report lays out strategies for keeping lid on spending

Projected per-kilometre costs for the next generation of Toronto transit projects are seven-times higher than the city's original subways… and that’s accounting for inflation

Quebec sets timeline for reopening entire construction industry

A week after workers were allowed to return to some residential construction projects, the province has set a date for a wholesale reopening of the industry


Unanticipated site conditions and exclusionary clauses: Who is responsible?

It isn't always a straightforward answer, but Erin Cutts of BLG breaks down the major factors courts take into account » Read More

Flood costs in Canada could nearly triple by 2030 with no infrastructure upgrades, mitigation

Across the country, the urban price tag from floods could reach $6.6 billion a decade from now » Read More

Geith launches new G4 quick coupler for excavators

With front and rear safety locks that are backed up by two powerful springs, the coupler aims to speed up switching attachments while boosting safety » Read More

Kubota powers into new class of engine with 300 hp S7509

The compact 7.5 litre, 6-cylinder engine will possess low fuel consumption with a direct injection combustion system » Read More

List of construction events cancelled or postponed due to coronavirus

A growing number of industry events across Canada have been called off or postponed as provincial governments severely limit the size of gatherings and Ottawa shuts Canada’s borders to all but essential supply chain trade » Read More