CCDC Document Webinars continue on May 12, with CCDC 29 – 2016 Guide to Pre-Qualifications. A successful project begins with choosing appropriately qualified providers – join CCDC Document Webinars as they demystify the Pre-Qualification process and help you gain confidence in meeting schedule, cost, and quality expectations on your next project!
Nova Scotia’s Finance and Treasury Board released statistics looking at building permits issued in March 2022.
Statistics Canada released preliminary estimates of real GDP by industry for the provinces and territories in 2021.
Visit CANSnet and search our Project Number NS22-0654 for more information about the offer to perform Phase 2 of construction on the Springhill Elementary School, located at 50 Princess Street in Springhill, Nova Scotia.
Timing is everything in construction. We heard your feedback and understand you’re inundated with the busy season ahead. With this in mind, we have made the decision to postpone the 12th Installment of CANS Emerging Leaders Speaker Series, originally set for Thursday, May 5, 2022.
The World Economic Forum estimates that more than half of all employees around the world need to upskill or reskill by 2025 to embrace the changing nature of jobs. So many organizations in these situations are turning towards reskilling to build the talent they cannot acquire or productively deploy. As companies reimagine how they bring learning to a scale of thousands of people and at speed, the authors share six practical insights based on BCG’s extensive experience supporting more than 100 global clients.
Plus, learn more about developing your team through CANS Education!
Habitat for Humanity Windsor-Essex (HHWE) is preparing to build Canada’s first-ever 3D printed residential project which will have four self-contained tiny homes each measuring 500 square feet in one structure.
Blueprint and plans reading will enable you to read and interpret construction and environment plans and blueprints. This hands-on course interactive course is intended for anyone at an introductory or intermediate level for reading construction drawings.
The Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS) is governed by a voluntary industry-based Board of Directors. On an annual basis, we renew the membership on the Board.
On April 19, the Finance and Treasury Board released key statistics on housing construction starts for March 2022. Find month over month and year to date comparisons for provincial and national housing start rates.