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All construction projects can restart today, as province removes COVID-19 restrictions

By Robin MacLennan Ontario Construction News staff writer The Simcoe County Home Builders’ Association (SCHBA), Ontario Home Builders’ Association and Residential Construction Council of Ontario (RESCON) are applauding the Ontario government’s decision to allow all construction projects to resume today. The reactivation of construction activities will enable the industry to meet the housing, commercial building […]

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RFI: Federal government seeks contractors interested in design-build offers for office fit-up projectsOntario Construction News staff writer Public Service and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is seeking information from respondents with interest, individually or as part of a consortium/joint venture, for office-fit up projects in the National Capital Region and possibly throughout the country. “The scope of work under the Standing Offers will include the design and construction phases, […]

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North Carolina-based Sunrock Group purchases quarry serving GTA market

Ontario Construction News staff writer The Sunrock Group, a privately held construction materials supplier headquartered in Raleigh, NC has acquired an existing quarry with 1,400 acres of high quality aggregate reserves located in Burnt River, Ontario, from Brazil-based Votorantim Cimentos’s North American business unit Canada Building Materials/St. Mary’s Cement. The newly acquired reserves will allow […]

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Developer plans two highrise towers for Ottawa’s Baseline and Clyde intersection

Ontario Construction News staff writer Ottawa developer Golpro Holdings plans to build a massive high-rise complex at Baseline Road and Clyde Avenue, currently the site of a small strip mall with a Burger King restaurant, corner store and other services. The 468-unit, two-tower project would be built at 1356 Clyde Ave. Roderick Lahey Architects is […]

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