Your weekly Ontario Construction News
Amazon Canada has announced plans to open new fulfillment centres in Hamilton and Ajax.
The facilities are expected to open in 2021, creating more than 2,500 new, full-time jobs and increasing the company’s total to 10 fulfillment centres in Ontario and 16 in Canada. “We’re thrilled to continue expanding our […]
Developer proposes massive mixed-use six-tower project for industrial land near Ottawa’s Via Rail station
Ontario Construction News staff writer Developer Colonnade BridgePort plans to redevelop about 20,000 sq. m. near Ottawa’s main Via Rail terminal into a massive project including six blocks for mixed-use highrises, which could be as tall as 30 storeys. The proposal for the project at 25 Pickering Pl. (with a municipal address of 1330 Ave. […]
Brightwater community launches construction in Port Credit
Ontario Construction News staff writer A 72-acre Port Credit property left vacant for about 30 years in Port Credit is closer to new life as the Brightwater master-planned community. The Port Credit West Village Partners, including Kilmer Group, DiamondCorp, Dream Unlimited, and FRAM + Slokker launched the project last week. “When we started our work […]
Challenges continue with mew Construction Act: The Proper Invoice
By Clive Thurston This is the first article of what will probably be a series of columns regarding problems arising from the implementation of the new Act. Many of these issues were not unexpected, for that very reason the crafters of the Act, along with the Attorney General at that time, agreed that it needed […]
The post Challenges continue with mew Construction Act: The Proper Invoice appeared first on Ontario Construction News.
DataBid: Current project leads and opportunities
This content is restricted to subscribers
The post DataBid: Current project leads and opportunities appeared first on Ontario Construction News.