Procore recently hosted a wide-ranging discussion with key team members of some of the biggest and most prominent names in renewable energy. The conversation during the webinar covered a variety of topics, with one important … about Renewable Energy Leaders Discuss Big Benefits of Using One Global Platform
On October 1, Canada’s federal government announced 10 billion dollars’ worth of infrastructure spending over the next three years. The money will go towards increasing high-speed internet connectivity, improving Canadian agriculture, and bolstering the low … about Canada to Spend $10 Billion in New Infrastructure Projects
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Canadians looking for renovation companies have plenty to choose from. In this article, we’ll take a look at a few renovation companies throughout the country that have achieved great acclaim. We’ve curated our list based … about Best Home Renovation Companies In Canada
As the world becomes more eco-conscious, more manufacturers are starting to turn to the production of carbon-smart building materials that can replace traditional cement, roof shingles, bricks, siding, and much more. The following six low-carbon … about Six Low-Carbon Building Materials for a Greener Construction Industry
COVID-19 has significantly affected job prospects for youth pondering careers in the hospitality and restaurant industries. However, the construction industry might be able to benefit from that.
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Incomplete or inadequate geotechnical information can be a major cause of project delays, cost blow-outs, and conflict. Here is some practical advice about how to reduce the risk of encountering one of the most common … about What You Need to Know About the Underground Risks on Your Site
Potential new clients pose the toughest new business inquiries. Besides learning more about them, you definitely need to find out exactly what type of project they have in mind. So start with these two qualifiers.
The development approval processes used by municipalities in Ontario are fragmented, lengthy, and often downright confusing for many builders who must use the system. However, help could soon be on the way.