As spring finally arrives, construction starts to kick into high gear. Today, I ask that you think a little differently about the people you see with hard hats, safety vests and steel-toed boots. You may be delayed because of construction, but think about this: these hard working professionals are the people who build the highways that […]
In a recent case, the Supreme Court of Canada found that the concept of good faith is an “organizing principle” underlying Canadian contract law, and that according to this organizing principle, a duty of honesty exists between parties to all commercial contracts. Read more.
The Blacklist is a popular program on television, but in the world of Canadian construction contracts, some municipalities are creating their own real-life blacklists. Read more.
Two reports into the efficiencies of the Australian construction industry have identified and detailed the need for the industry to better embrace the use of off-site manufactured products. Read more.