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Federal infrastructure funding delays
The federal government has announced unprecedented investment to renew Canada’s aging public infrastructure. However, there have been delays in rolling out the funds to get the much needed projects off the ground and the deadline for Phase I is approaching fast.
Construction industry not embracing tech tools
KPMG International’s annual Global Construction Survey found that despite substantial investments, the construction industry is struggling to gain the full benefits of technologies including advanced data and analytics, mobility, automation and robotics.
Helping developers achieve project success
Martello Property Services Inc. is well known in residential, commercial, industrial and institutional circles for not only managing assets on behalf of its clients, but also maximizing their value so that they generate revenue success over the long term.
B.C. budget invests billions in infrastructure
B.C.’s provincial budget includes billions in infrastructure spending. The announcement demonstrates that the province’s commitment to balanced budgets and fiscal responsibility is paying dividends for British Columbians and for the construction industry.
New Salish Secondary school on track
Construction is well underway on the new state-of-the-art $55.2-million Salish Secondary school in the Clayton North area of Surrey.
PCA names new regional director for B.C.
The Progressive Contractors Association of Canada (PCA) has appointed Rieghardt van Enter as its new regional director for British Columbia.
BC hydro proposes innovative new substations
With demand for electricity in downtown Vancouver expected to grow by more than 75 per cent in the next 30 years, BC Hydro is proposing to build two new substations underground.