The city of Guelph is considering a plan to build a housing community with converted shipping containers on a piece of city-owned land, to be used as harm reduction social housing. Council directed staff to “investigate options and required needs...
By Robin MacLennan Ontario Construction News staff writer The City of Guelph and the owners of the Dolime Quarry have reached a potential solution to address concerns about how operations at the quarry could affect the city’s drinking water. If approved by...
Ontario Construction News staff writer After several delays over the past 10 years, a Sikh temple in Guelph should be completed and open for worshippers early next year, says the city’s Sikh Society. Spokesperson Dr. Ravi Rai says carpets, stairway railings...
Ontario Construction News staff writer Construction of the $30 million expansion and retrofit of the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Centre will begin in January and at least two years to complete. Construction tenders for the work will go out by the...
Ontario Construction News staff writer Construction of the $30 million expansion and retrofit of the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Centre will begin in January and at least two years to complete. Construction tenders for the work will go out by the...
Ontario Construction News staff writer The City of Guelph took a step last week toward a new $200 million centralized facility for transit, fleet and maintenance operations. At a special meeting of city council Oct. 21, approval was given to planning...
Ontario Construction News staff writer These images show the playground revitalization at the Child Care Learning Centre (CCLC) at the University of Guelph. Hawkins Contracting Services Ltd. teamed up with Earthscape Play Inc.(designers), the CCLC and the University to create this...
Ontario Construction News staff writer Two new developments are set to receive more than $3 million in grants from the City of Guelph. Council has unanimously approved requests for redevelopment incentive grants to preserve heritage aspects of 120 Huron St., at...
Ontario Construction News staff writer Habitat for Humanity Wellington Dufferin Guelph (Habitat WDG) hosted a free, two-day affordable housing symposium on Sept. 19 to 20 at the River Run Centre. Facilitated by Dr. Rebecca Sutherns, the symposium brought together City of...
By Robin MacLennan Ontario Construction News staff writer The Thames Valley District School Board is embarking on a significant expansion of Masonville Public School in London, after final approval was received by the Ministry of Education. “This project will provide bright, modern...
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