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Construction begins on work camp at Co-op Refinery, amid standstill

Construction is about to begin on an onsite work camp at the Co-op Refinery Complex (CRC). CRC said trailers will be arriving at the refinery’s Gate 7 entrance on Tuesday. This comes after Unifor Local 594 declared an...

15th October 2019

Trans Mountain stockpiles 550 kilometres of pipe ahead of pipeline expansion

As construction on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion appears close to commencing, the company has begun stockpiling pipe. On Thursday, the company released photographs of the more than 550 kilometres of pipe currently housed...

20th September 2019

Molson Coors cuts the ribbon at new $300M Chilliwack, B.C. plant after three years of work

CHILLIWACK, B.C.—Construction is complete on a major new brewery in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley after three years of work. Top officials from Molson Coors Canada were on hand to cut the ribbon at the...

20th September 2019

The key to safer, more inspiring mid-rise wood designs

Wood is remarkable. It is the only building material that is renewable and offers both flexibility and design freedom. Building codes in the past restricted the height of wood-frame construction, but the growing demand...

18th September 2019

Overnight LRT construction begins Wednesday

Construction on the new Valley Line LRT bridge will be going around the clock beginning Wednesday. The 24-hour schedule is part of an effort to make up for lost time, as the project is...

18th September 2019

Three tiers of government set aside $240M for 15 water infrastructure projects across B.C.

VANCOUVER—Federal, provincial and local governments are prying open their wallets to fund a series of 15 water and wastewater projects across British Columbia. At an announcement in West Vancouver Aug. 27, politicians from all...

2nd September 2019

News Alberta regulator gives go-ahead for what would be largest solar project in Canada

CALGARY—Provincial regulators have approved a $500-million solar power project in southern Alberta that its developers say will be the largest in Canada. Privately held Greengate Power Corp. of Calgary says approval from the Alberta...

2nd September 2019

Construction of $58M Alberta geothermal power facility moving ahead with backing from Ottawa

EDMONTON—A geothermal power project planned for northwest Alberta is set to leap off the drawing board with the financial backing from the federal government. Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) announced $25.5 million in funding Aug....

28th August 2019

Flatiron to start work on $60M second phase of Ten Mile Slide stabilization project along B.C.’s Hwy. 99

LILLOOET, B.C.—Construction is scheduled to get underway shortly on a short stretch of highway the British Columbia government describes as “one of the most technically challenging” sites to maintain in the province. Approximately 300...

28th August 2019

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