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Cranespotting: Toronto adds to tally, stays well atop rival cities in latest count despite COVID-19

The pandemic has yet to derail the city’s building market. With three added since the previous count, nearly 30 per cent of the tower cranes in North America are in Toronto

Border permit advances US$17B Alaska-Alberta Railway, though obstacles remain

The 2,600-kilometre rail line would create thousands of construction jobs in Alberta, N.W.T. and Yukon, but a presidential permit is just one of many necessary approvals

A timber revival: Code changes and evolving priorities give contractors opportunity in wood building

Concrete and steel aren’t going anywhere, but contractors that get early experience with wood may find new opportunities as the mass timber movement picks up steam


Ram challenges Ford Raptor with new TRX

The new pick-up will offer 702 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. of torque from a 6.2 litre supercharged HEMI V-8 engine » Read More

What the construction industry needs to consider to address the ongoing labour shortage

The ongoing shortage gives the construction industry the opportunity to rethink how it uses technology to enhance its results » Read More

Ligchine launches ScreedSaver Elite with ‘game-changing’ side-shift

The model’s novel side-shift head makes it easier to screed around stick-ups in the slab with pinpoint accuracy, allowing for more forgiving operation » Read More

Update to Giatec concrete sensor gives SmartRock dual temperature functionality

Aimed at mass concrete pours, the re-design lets contractors track temperature differentials between concrete’s core and its surface » Read More
Buildings Show


Date: Oct. 27-28
Location: Virtual
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Buildings Week

Date: Nov. 30
Location: Virtual
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