Started in 1927 as a plumbing and heating company, Trotter & Morton Group of Companies, has achieved phenomenal success in a highly competitive industry. Today, the Calgary-based construction company has grown to projects that include … about How a Successful Construction Company has Lasted for Nearly a 100 years
Wood buildings can be a beautiful, sustainable alternative to their concrete and steel counterparts. But how tall can timber structures actually get? The current International Building Code allows wood buildings as tall as 18 storeys … about The World’s Tallest Wood Buildings
Impressive architecture comes in all shapes and sizes, but tall buildings are still among the most awe-inspiring features of the built world.
No matter where we live, architects have thought of many aspects of our homes so that we don’t have to. They’ve considered seasonal heat and heavy snow loads, high rainfall periods, and ease of use. … about Canadian Residential Masterpieces
As construction struggles to fill its workforce amid a labor shortage, leaders in the industry have turned their attention to attracting largely untapped segments of the population. Numbers show that it’s working: Women and BIPOC … about Important Next Steps for Helping Keep Women and People of Color in Construction
This year’s BC Construction Industry Survey, released by the British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA), reports that nearly 220,000 people in the province are employed in construction. Good news, then, that the province is a leader … about 6 Major Construction Projects Underway in British Columbia
Your construction resume is all that stands between you and your ideal job—you’ll never even get to meet the hiring manager if your resume doesn’t get you in the door.
Buildings are more than just places where we live and play; they can be a reflection of the values we hold. That’s especially true for the following projects, each made in response to a specific … about Seven Projects that Give Back to the Community
Construction is actively recruiting women, and it’s working—slowly. According to research from the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, women represent 3.4% of workers in the construction industry in the US, up 2.7% from 2015.
It may seem like the world slowed down since the beginning of 2020, but many huge construction projects are still in the works, with new ones cropping up all the time. For the first time … about 6 Mega Infrastructure Projects Currently Underway