/Tag: Infrastructure

Réseau Express Métropolitain (REM)

Transforming Travel Around Montreal By Anna Guy It has been described by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as “one of the most ambitious public transportation projects in our history.” The Réseau Express Métropolitain (REM), is Montreal’s new automated light rail network which will, upon completion, transform how millions of people get around the [...]


Kitchener-Waterloo LRT (ION)

Region of Kitchener Waterloo’s Rapid Transit Service Moving More Than People By Anna Guy The Region of Waterloo ON, has recognized the need to strategically tackle an expanding urban core and population growth. According to the Province's Growth Plan, the Waterloo Region's population will reach 742,000 by 2031, making it one of [...]


Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe on the Future of Clean Energy in the Province

Saskatchewan is an energy giant, with the most diverse primary energy resource base in Canada. Premier Scott Moe’s government espouses investing in infrastructure that promotes clean energy solutions to creating a strong low-carbon economy and sustainable future. The Chinook Power Station, which went online in December 2019, is a big piece of the puzzle [...]


Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital

Saskatchewan’s First Maternal and Children’s Hospital Now Complete Women and Children in Saskatchewan now have greater access to world-class pediatric and maternal health care. The province’s first maternal and children’s hospital opened after great anticipation in the fall of 2019. Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation and its many partners began a quest [...]


CRD’s $765 million Wastewater Treatment Project

The Capital Regional District (CRD), the regional government for 13 municipalities and three electoral areas on southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands, works collaboratively to build a vibrant, livable and sustainable region for the 413,000 people in the area. Wastewater Treatment Project A major focus for the CRD is the $775 [...]


Vancouver International Airport (YVR) – Pier D

Bringing Infrastructural and Economic Growth To BC YVR Celebrates Major Construction Milestone of International Terminal Expansion. Set to open in 2020, expansion further enhances YVR's position as a world-class connecting hub. With nearly 100,000 travellers using the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) every day, YVR is the largest building in B.C. and the [...]


Woodward Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant

Reviving the Hamilton Harbour Hamilton’s waterfront is being restored to its natural beauty thanks in great part to the City’s largest investment in infrastructure, the Woodward Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades known as the Woodward Upgrade Project (WUP). WUP is part of the Clean Harbour Program, which supports the Hamilton Harbour Remedial Action [...]


Ryerson University Opens New Building for Health Sciences

Tomorrow’s Health Professionals Get Cutting-Edge Lab Spaces As the saying goes, it’s a good problem to have: Ryerson University’s unprecedented program growth meant pressure for a new student space, to offer world-class programs to its 45,300 students, and 3,800 faculty and staff. On November 26th, 2019, the official opening of the Daphne [...]


Stoney Compressed Natural Gas Bus Storage and Transit Facility

Calgary's Historic New P3 Project By Anna Guy It was an important day for not only Calgary, but all of Canada: on March 12, 2019, North America’s largest indoor Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) bus facility officially opened. The City of Calgary’s Stoney Compressed Natural Gas Bus Storage and Transit Facility—a $174 million, 44,300-square-metre facility [...]


West Block Rehabilitation Project Update

Parliament Hill’s West Block will be restored to its 19th Century splendour—but with 21st Century engineering and design. The final touches are being done to the massive, $863 million rehabilitation project on Parliament Hill’s monumental West Block. If you had stood in front of the historic 19th Century building in late January, 2019, you’d [...]