Infrastructure is one of those things people don’t think about much until something goes wrong. And there is plenty wrong with the state of infrastructure in Toronto, despite the province’s […]
Optimism prevails in the global construction industry, which finds itself in better shape today than it was four or five years ago, when the world entered a period of economic
Researchers at a Spanish university have created a cement that conducts electricity, giving it many new possible applications where surface heating and ice prevention are important. The “cementitious material” was
TransCanada Corp announced the construction of another piece of its infrastructure network, this one in Alberta. TransCanada will spend $900 million on a new pipeline and storage terminal. The pipeline
The Canadian Natural Gas Initiative (CNGI) says that the industry needs to do more to communicate with and reach out to stakeholders and the public if it is to advance
A report on the labour market in Northern Ontario and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) says that these two areas will see increased construction activity over the next few years.