FREE NEWS ALERT
Historically, national and international corporations with a need for architectural and interior design services in different cities had two options: hire different small firms in each market and oversee multiple individual projects, or go with...
Finalists revealed in Toronto's inaugural Winter Stations design competition.
After reviewing nearly 200 submissions from 36 countries, the jury of the inaugural Winter Stations Competition in Toronto has selected four finalists to come to Toronto and see their designs come to life.
2014 in the rear view mirror
As we gear up and prepare ourselves for a year that looks to be as action-packed as 2014, we at Building thought it would be fun to do an ICYMI (in case you missed it) for the most-read news stories we posted in 2014. You may have missed...
Tri-National Mutual Recognition Agreement makes it possible for architects to work across North American borders.
Bondfield Construction selected to build 17-storey patient care tower at St. Michael's Hospital
Bondfield Construction has been chosen to design, build and finance the construction of St. Michael’s Hospital’s new 17-storey patient care tower at the corner of Queen and Victoria streets and the renovation of approximately...
Jan 28, 2015 1:48PM
LEED Canada hits another major milestone with 2000th certified project
Canada’s total number of LEED certified buildings hit another milestone in late 2014 with the certification of its 2,000th project. This follows an earlier announcement made by the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) on October 7, which...
Jan 27, 2015 2:38PM
Purdy's Wharf becomes Atlantic Canada's first LEED EB certified property
Jan 26, 2015 12:49PM
Samuel Oboh inducted as the 76th President of the RAIC
Jan 25, 2015 12:29PM
New partnerships help push Fortress' land portfolio over the $1 billion dollar mark
Jan 23, 2015 12:42PM
Does Orthodox Urban Planning Kill?
Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator for the Financial Times of London has harsh words for orthodox economics. In his recent book The Shifts and the Shocks: What we’ve learned –and have still to learn – From the...
Urbanization is here to stay (and it's clouding property lines)
No shocks and few surprises. Looking forward to 2015, the Canadian real estate market appears poised for another steady year, as Canada’s economy continues to deliver stable, modest growth, creating an ideal low-risk environment for real...
Business Information Group Network: