News // NS construction industry happy with QEII redevelopment plan

From CBC News — The Houston government’s decision to rework the QEII redevelopment plan left behind after the Liberals were voted out of office means local contractors will now likely bid on the more spread-out construction projects, according to Duncan Williams, CEO of the Construction Association of Nova Scotia.

Notice // Contractors working in HRM asked to help mitigate concrete splatters and complaints

The Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS) wishes to advise our members that the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) has received regular complaints from residents living near construction sites (mostly large multi-story buildings) about concrete splatter on their vehicles and buildings. 

CANS 2022 Holiday Hours

Please be advised that CANS office will close for the winter holidays at 12 p.m. (noon) on Friday, December 23, reopening at 8a.m. on January 3, 2023.

Construction Pulse – Issue 4, Fall/Winter 2022 is NOW ONLINE!

The fourth issue of Construction Pulse, the Construction Association of Nova Scotia’s industry magazine, is now live!

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