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Podcast: SAIA’s newest council getting Canada on the same page
ALH’s Riley Simpson talks with the SAIA Canadian Council about streamlining scaffolding regulations across Cananda
Three weeks until World Demolition Summit
Industry’s leading event to take place 17-18 October in Canada
SAIA’s newest council is getting Canada on the same page
The Canadian Council is creating a gap analysis tool to collect all the different standards and regulations across the country’s provinces and territories into one place. Riley Simpson reports.
Ashtead opening 100 new depots a year in North America
Company continues to add rental locations at a high rate
The battle to build the Gordie Howe International Bridge
The challenges involved in building the Gordie Howe International bridge, the longest cable stayed bridge in North America.
World Demolition Summit: How to get tickets
Just two weeks left to get your discounted hotel room rates
Sener given role on US$5 billion metro project
Sener is participating as Independent Checker Engineer in the new Montreal REM
SNC-Lavalin awarded first major ‘gigafactory’ contract for Ford EV plant in Canada
Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin has won its first major ‘gigafactory’ contract after signing an agreement to design and build a Ford EV plant in Canada
Toronto’s new battery-electric buses to run on BAE’s drive systems
City to receive 541 Gen3 electric power, propulsion systems
MEC employs manager for Canada
Long experienced industry pro takes on busines growth in Canada
10 recent equipment rental acquisitions
IRN profiles some of 2023’s biggest acquisitions
SNC-Lavalin and Anishinabek Nation-owned construction company in deal to widen Ontario’s Highway 69
Project management company SNC-Lavalin and Anishinabek Nation-owned construction company Shwe Miikan have signed a deal to work together on expanding Highway 69 in Ontario.
Demo association launches worker training course
OADC’s Demolition Worker Certification Program aims to promote skilled labour 
Canada’s largest infrastructure project sees three teams shortlisted
The High Frequency Rail project is being hailed as Canada’s largest, and the winning teams will collaborate with public bodies to bring it to fruition
Calgary Aggregate expands recycling capabilities
How a key investment is helping one company divert C&D waste from landfill
Canada’s first Tadano AC 4.080-1 delivered
Pete Smith Crane Rental & Rigging will utilize the new machine for HVAC mechanical, petrochemical work and tower crane erection and disassembly.
Cooper Equipment expands specialty offering
Acquisitions grows specialty services in Canada
Record entry for World Demolition Awards
Companies around the globe show their innovation and best practice
Final reminder - World Demolition Awards entries close on 30 June
Nine contractor and two manufacturer categories available
Lou-Tec acquires lifting specialist
Third acquisition in the last 12 months for Lou-Tec
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