March 26, 2014
Journal of Commerce Preview for the week of March 31st, 2014
In this week's preview, we look at some of the stories we'll be covering in the Journal of Commerce for the week of March 31st, 2014.
BC flaggers are still fighting to get fines doubled for speeding in construction zones. Members of the BC Flagging Association and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers are planning to meet with minister of transportation and infrastructure Todd Stone next month.
Staff writer Richard Gilbert has a story about the Manitoba government facing accusations from the opposition that inaccurate job creation estimates were used in the 2014 provincial budget.
Daily Commercial News managing editor Vince Versace has a story about the construction industry working with Export Development Canada to create a permanent solution for public private partnership bonding.
Journal of Commerce editor Bradley Fehr has a story about the 2014 BC Wood Design Awards, which showcased innovative firms and projects working in wood in British Columbia.
Daily Commercial News staff writer Kelly LaPointe has a story about the Canadian Construction Association’s quest to create the perfect lien act, and check out our video interview with Vancouver city manager Dr. Penny Ballem from the recent BC Construction Roundtable.
All this and more is available in print and online at www.journalofcommerce.com
|MOST POPULAR STORIES|
|TODAY’S TOP CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS|
These projects have been selected from 381 projects with a total value of $3,359,995,864 that Reed Construction Data Building Reports reported on Monday.
$1,093,000,000 Comox-Strathcona RD BC Negotiated
$95,000,000 Abbotsford BC Negotiated
$50,000,000 Kelowna BC Prebid
- Journal of Commerce to launch new website
- Journal of Commerce Preview for the week of 21st, 2014
- Apprentices square off at B.C. boilermaker competition
- Report urges WorkSafeBC to overhaul the way it investigates
- Vancouver Island landmark undergoing major renovations
- Creation of a free trade zone within Canada being explored
- RFP process brings heavy demands
- False Creek's New Beginning
- European apprenticeships examined
- Kenney sees harmonized training progress
- Nunavut deep sea port seen as important to Arctic
- $700 million raised for GTA cricket stadium
- Hamilton’s Gore Park makeover underway
- Chazy Glass Work
- What is key in contractor and supplier relations?
- New Brunswick to invest in Loyalist House
- Greco Aluminum Railings secures railing system work in New Jersey
- Nova Scotia issues tender to replace earthen dyke
- Bouygues Energies & Services acquires Plan Group