Concrete Pour Gone Wrong Offers Insurance and Legal Lessons

Contractors should take note of a recent decision by the B.C. Supreme Court in a legal dispute between a contractor and the project insurers over a concrete pour gone wrong, says one of the lawyers in the case. Read more.

CANS and the IWK: Building a Better Community

Thanks to you, our members, you demonstrated outstanding generosity when you presented a cheque for over $1.5 million to support a significant redevelopment project benefiting the IWK Health Centre’s tiniest and most critically ill babies last year. The CANS’ Campaign for the IWK raised funds to help transform the IWK’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Construction […]

Industry Voices: The Legality of Municipal Black Lists

In recent years, some municipalities have added a tendering clause that changes the rules of the tender. The new clause affects who is allowed to bid on the municipal infrastructure contracts. The clause says that any contractor, who has recently been involved in a lawsuit against the municipality, is disqualified from bidding on any future […]

Europe’s first 3D-printed house

Dutch architects work with 3D printers. Watch the Video.



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