York University’s Osgoode Professional Development, an affiliate of Osgoode Hall Law School, is offering a comprehensive professional development program November 11-15, 2019 in Toronto, on the practical knowledge and skills needed in crucial construction law concepts. “Construction is increasingly complex,...
Ontario Construction News staff writer The General Contractors Association of Ottawa (GCAO) has reported in its spring newsletter progress on several tendering practice issues. The association intervenes when members believe that a project’s owner/tendering authority has introduced unfair or unreasonable conditions...
Ontario Construction News staff writer Three major projects will soon create plenty of work for unionized electricians in eastern Ontario, says John Bourke, business manager and financial secretary for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) local 586 in Ottawa. “With...
Ontario Construction News staff writer Ottawa consulting engineer John G. Cooke & Associates has received the Willis Chipman Award from Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO) for work on the Government Conference Centre Rehabilitation near Parliament Hill. The annual award is given...
Ontario Construction News staff writer The planned project at 235-245 Queen St. E. in Toronto by developer One Properties has evolved several times since it was first proposed in 2016, DataBid.com reports in its blog. The site is located on the...
By Michael Kulchisky Special to Ontario Construction News In comparing the U.S. to Canada, there are both similarities and differences between the two countries. Here’s a look at the key considerations that engineering and construction (E&C) should be thinking about on...
Each day, Ontario Construction News publishes a daily feed for project opportunities from DataBid.com. You can access this list by registering for a free subscription to Ontario Construction News. Southern Ontario Hamilton Vanier Towers Security System Installation Industry Name: Residential Trade Name: Social...
By Carlyle Laurie Special to Ontario Construction News The Halton Region of Southern Ontario will inject $4.3 billion into infrastructure projects over the next 10 years to help provide clean drinking water, ease traffic movement and build sustainable communities for a...
By Carlyle Laurie Special to Ontario Construction News When Peterborough-based Trent University sought inspiration to transform the iconic Bata Library at its campus in 2015, they looked to Mother Nature to provide answers. Four years’ later, when students entered the refurbished landmark...
Special to  Ontario Construction News A former manufacturing facility in Kawartha Lakes is about to get a new lease on life as a medical marijuana production operation. A 78,000 sq. ft. building on property located along Highway 36 used to be...
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ADR Chambers selected as Authorized Nominating Authority for Ontario Construction Act’s dispute resolution system

Ontario Construction News staff writer ADR Chambers, which describes itself as “the world’s largest dispute resolution service provider” has been selected as the Authorized Nominating...

OPG prepares to rebuild Calabogie hydro electric generating station

Ontario Construction News staff writer Ontario Power Generation (OPG) is preparing for a major rebuild of the Calabogie hydro-electric generating station, one of the utility’s...

Crown and Plaza Partners team-up for mixed-use Mississauga redevelopment

Ontario Construction News staff writer Crown Realty Partners and Plaza Partners say they have jointly acquired 30 Eglinton Ave. W., at the intersection of Eglinton...