Looking for that foot in the door? Construction Canada is delighted to announce the official launch of its brand-new Job Board dedicated to both helping Canadians in the design/construction industry find jobs and connecting employers with high-quality candidates.
A recent survey by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) revealed the construction industry shares conflicting opinions on the state of infrastructure in Canada. Dropping oil prices are affecting construction investment—especially in Alberta—but it is being partly offset by greater investment in infrastructure at both the federal and (some) provincial levels.
The Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC), along with the Canada Coalition for Green Schools, is looking for schools dedicated to sustainability for the 2016 Greenest School in Canada competition. The two organizations want to highlight kindergarten to Grade 12 schools exemplifying how sustainability can be woven into the infrastructure, culture, and curriculum.
Construction Specifications Canada’s (CSC’s) Atlantic chapter is hosting the 2016 national conference in Halifax from May 25 to 29. The event will attract design/construction professionals from across the continent to participate in technical sessions, network, and attend “The Changing Role of the Halifax Waterfront in the New Urban Century”—keynote address by Andy Fillmore.
The Canadian Mechanical and Plumbing Expo (CMPX) announced speakers for the mid-March event, including a Construction Canada author. Installers, architects, contractors, engineers, and national buyers will be heading to Toronto from Mar. 16 to 18 to learn about new innovations, ideas, technologies, and applications in the mechanical and plumbing industries.
Professionals from around the world are heading to Vancouver for the 2016 International Green City Conference from Mar. 14 to 18to learn about the importance of incorporating green design in urban development.
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