Living and working on an island comes with a set of unique challenges and privileges, both of which are augmented in such an interconnected and logistically demanding industry as construction.
Celebrating 30 Years of Excellence
As we adapt to the COVID era, our cities, likewise, continue to evolve and change. In Canada’s second-most populous city, residents and building owners alike grapple with rising costs of living. Yet one building firm has consistently demonstrated a commitment to customer service and satisfaction. Boldly choosing to embrace a wide market, Mondev Construction is looking toward a bright future.
Leading Through Expertise
As solar energy continues to become a more reliable and sustainable energy producer, the sector has naturally attracted numerous entrants seeking to make their fortune. However, many have learned the market is not as simple as they had thought, as evidenced by the high turnover rate.
Amvic Building System
Pushing the Envelope of Building Envelopes
In today’s world of rising costs, building envelopes must be more efficient and cost-effective than ever. Yet this quality must be balanced with the need to build in sufficient numbers to meet demand. In Toronto, Amvic Building Systems continues to push the capabilities of expanded polystyrene (EPS) to help builders accommodate Canada’s need for housing.
Campbell & Company
Partnering for Greater Success
In the Tri-City area of central Washington State, Campbell & Company offers maintenance, replacement, and repair service for HVAC, plumbing, sewer and electrical systems for both residential and commercial customers. Holding itself to the highest degree of professional standards, Campbell & Company’s team continues to grow even in the face of economic uncertainty, forming a highly dedicated workforce bringing the finest service to the Pacific Northwest. Now, Campbell has embarked on a bold new venture to bring its quality to an even higher standard.
A Better Floor for a Better Tomorrow – Sustainably Sourced, High-Quality Rubber Flooring
As our natural resources grow ever more precious, more companies are adopting new economic models to use resources as efficiently as possible. Dinoflex has been manufacturing high-quality rubber flooring made from recycled tires for over thirty years. All rubber comes from within five hundred miles of its factory in British Columbia, Canada, saving rubber from being relegated to landfills. With a global presence, Dinoflex is primed to lead the way in sustainable flooring manufacturing.
PLAEX Building Systems Inc.
The Building Blocks of Tomorrow – A Bold New Future in Sustainable Construction
For all of its positive outcomes, construction generates a large amount of waste and by-products. An estimated 2.2 billion tons of construction waste will be generated annually by 2025, according to the Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA). With a growing population, aging infrastructure, and the increasing difficulty in finding qualified construction personnel, the industry is ripe for systemic changes.
Coreslab Structures (OKLA) Inc.
Prestressed, Precast – and it Tops a Tornado in an Eco-Friendly Way
By advancing the science of precast and prestressed concrete, Coreslab Structures (OKLA) is developing a new generation of tornado shelters with unbeatable advantages.
Innovation in Alberta: Bringing New Technologies to Solar Power
As Canada works toward total carbon neutrality by 2050, a future rich in renewable energy moves ever closer. Canada’s largest renewable-energy constructor, Borea Construction, is making renewable energy more accessible and smaller in size and environmental impact than ever before.
Balancing Safety and Success
Balancing job progress and employee safety can be a challenging trade-off. But in Southern California, one company has perfected this balance to continually meet project demands and maintain high safety standards. For nearly twenty years, Pro-Craft Construction has expanded from a plumbing contractor to a full-service construction provider. Its forward-thinking mentality and heavy emphasis on prefabrication can address construction needs throughout its service area and beyond.
First Onsite Property Restoration
Bringing Disaster Preparedness and Restoration to North America
With the world’s climate crisis mounting ever further, disaster preparedness and recovery in construction both old and new are proving paramount. In North America, First Onsite Property Restoration elevates the field of emergency mitigation, providing prevention and response expertise in all areas of commercial properties.
Building the Perfect Mountain Getaway in Canada’s Pacific Province
Never mind the growth of Canada’s big cities – smaller communities are showing similar growth as more homeowners seek alternative lifestyles – and the custom homes to match.
Bringing New Innovations to Concrete
From its Vancouver, British Columbia headquarters, Kryton International is pushing the envelope in concrete engineering, manufacturing, installation, and maintenance, helping the construction industry continue to use this vital building material in a rapidly changing world.
Where a New Culture and New Training Meet Traditional Strength
From its sizable headquarters in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where National Roofing has built a reputation for quality service and innovative practices throughout the Southwest, comes the news: a forceful return to the residential roofing sector.
Mondo Contract Flooring
Exploring New Avenues in Green Rubber
If you’re a high-performance athlete, or simply working on your feet all day, the importance of flooring is paramount. As the world’s leading rubber-flooring provider, The Mondo Group boasts over 70 years of history and development making Olympic athletes – and us, the common worker – perform better and feel healthier.
The Canada Green Building Council
Bold New Measures for a Low-carbon Canada
As Canada continues to work toward a 2050 goal of net-zero carbon emissions, the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) is focused on creating a greener, more sustainable, and low-carbon building sector.
Coming Full Circle – Supreme Steel Returns to its Roots
As we continue to grapple with COVID-19, businesses have no choice but to adapt to a changed world. Is it better to diversify to engage a larger market, or to become a leader in a niche? In North America, Supreme Steel has chosen the latter option.
Coreslab Structures (OKLA) Inc.
Better Engineering for a Stormy World
To meet the needs of today’s erratic weather patterns, construction must evolve. America’s Midwestern Tornado Alley region is especially at risk. But in Oklahoma City, Coreslab Structures (OKLA) Inc. is pushing the envelope of precast concrete to provide multi-story safety solutions.
Bringing More Safety and Less Work to Surface Disinfection
A year after COVID-19 arrived we are still wiping and re-wiping homes and workplaces with harsh disinfectants. Now Bioesque has a safer and more effective alternative that’s quicker and easier to apply, too.
Minto Communities Canada
Sustainable Urban Development for a Better World – Many Homes at a Time
Faced with the twin challenges of expanding cities and accelerating climate change, sustainable home development is crucial. In Eastern Canada, Minto Communities has built a reputation for doing just that over 65 years of growth and innovation.
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