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No going back: The abrupt turn to technology on job sites looks unstoppable

The pandemic helped fuel construction’s embrace of technology, but even with widespread vaccination on the horizon, a rollback to old ways of working is farfetched

EllisDon to take on phase two of $1.35B Vancouver area hospital redevelopment

Construction is part of a three-phase redevelopment project at B.C.’s oldest operating hospital

TC Energy suspends work on multibillion-dollar Keystone XL pipeline

Construction workers on both sides of the border are poised to lose out as the more than decade-long process to get the controversial pipeline built hits yet another wall
Women in Construction


The construction data journey: Start now!

Many experts see establishing a sound data strategy as the foundational step to mitigating current and future construction risk » Read More

Ontario says crews can finish ongoing home renos, but new projects are on hold

Work can continue on renovations to residential properties started before Jan. 12, but the rules won’t allow new renovation projects to start for at least 28 days » Read More

Mack makes Over the Air updates standard on Granite, other models

The truck maker piloted the technology over a four month period across 15 fleets, finding no issues throughout the program » Read More

Bridgit looks to platform integration with launch of Sync

The solution lets contractors connect their distinct software platforms, reducing the risk of communication silos and cutting down on manual administrative work » Read More

ORBA Summit: Forging the Roadway Ahead

Date: Jan. 27 - Feb. 4
Location: Virtual
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Women in Construction

Date: March 8
Location: Virtual
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