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AJAX, ONT. — Crestpoint Real Estate Investments, Broccolini and Blackwood Partners gathered earlier this month for a groundbreaking ceremony for the new 1.1-million-square-foot Amazon fulfilment centre in Ajax, Ont. The fulfilment centre will be used to pack and ship large customer purchases such as sports equipment, patio furniture, fishing rods, pet food, kayaks, bicycles and other […]. .
TORONTO—NYX Capital Corp. has officially opened three Bluebird Self-Storage outlets in Ontario, in Toronto, Whitby and Burlington. The facility at 1770 Appleby Line in Burlington is 116,200 net rentable square feet in size. The firm opened its Whitby facility in September at 1580 St. E. across from Thickson Ridge Shopping Centre with 100,700 net rentable […]. .
TORONTO — Ehren Cory has been appointed the new CEO of the Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB). Cory is the former CEO of Infrastructure Ontario. The board of directors made the announcement Oct. 29. In his new role, effective Nov. 9, Cory will focus on three main priorities: implementing the $10B Growth Plan to deliver new projects; accelerating investment in […]. .
The top DCN headlines this week feature a special spooky episode of The Construction Record; a frightful article about how construction and horror movies can go hand in hand; a major federal and provincial government announcement for COVID-19 resilience funding; interesting survey results from civil and engineering contractors on pandemic impacts; and a keynote address [...]. .
The best-laid plans of builders and developers often go awry if the buildings they erect are located on forgotten cemeteries, sites of ancient atrocities or arcane rituals, and psychic stress lines. Sadly, none of these considerations are written into any building code and the use of electromagnetic field detectors, infrared thermometers and the approval of […]. .
COVID-19 is destined to have a significant impact on building contracts, litigation and labour negotiations for years to come. Owners, designers, and builders need to understand the fundamental legal issues. Here is a review of some of its key impacts: Force Majeure Force majeure had been buried in contract fine print for years. No […]. .
COVID-19 has taken its toll on contractors, construction companies and workers. It’s also having a devastating effect on Canadian equipment manufacturers, with no end in sight for the foreseeable future. Nearly half of Canadian companies that responded to a survey by the Association of Equipment Managers (AEM) indicated it will take one year or longer […]. .
With the requirement to cut travel and extend social distancing the construction industry is discovering remote collaboration technology. In a sector not known for its early adopter stance on technology, the virus crisis has triggered some fast retooling to manage challenges such as site visits, progress monitoring and in office meetings as projects progress. Luckily, […]. .
Born out of the COVID-19 pandemic, a temporary arrangement between EllisDon and medical centre Cleveland Clinic Canada has transitioned into a long-term partnership. As part of its overall benefit package, the construction company now provides its approximately 3,000 employees with free access to Cleveland’s Express Care Online, an express healthcare service for non-emergency medical issues […]. .
It’s a special (and spooky!) episode of the Construction Record podcast this week as Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce national managing editor Vince Versace, digital media editor Warren Frey and freelance contributor Peter Kenter take a look at the legacy of construction in horror films both old and new. From Dawn of the […]. .
Graywood plans Church Street tower Graywood Developments LP announced yesterday that it has completed the first closing of its private real estate development fund, Graywood Fund IX Limited Partnership, raising $100 million. The firm has used part of the proceeds from Fund IX to acquire 241 Church St. in downtown Toronto with plans to redevelop the property into a 53-storey tower with approximately 570 residential […]. .

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