July 2021

Many Branches, One VisionCity Electric Supply

Many Branches, One Vision

City Electric Supply

Founded in 1990 at a single Canadian location, City Electric Supply (CES) recently opened the company’s 71st branch in Canada. The electrical wholesale company now operates in eight countries with over 1,000 branch locations globally, and shows no signs of slowing down.

At Last, Buildings Built to LastFastform ICF

At Last, Buildings Built to Last

Fastform ICF

Concrete is a building material with staying power, and so too are the Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) offered by Fastform ICF, the most experienced ICF distributor in Ontario. The Fastform team brings unmatched service and support to an already extraordinary product.

Bringing Buildings to LifeDivision 15 Mechanical

Bringing Buildings to Life

Division 15 Mechanical

In construction, a building’s structure could be said to be the body, while the mechanical systems are the circulatory and nervous systems keeping it alive, healthy and functional. For 17 years, Division 15 Mechanical Ltd. has provided British Columbia clients with award-winning mechanical systems.

A Bright – and Sustainable – FutureBright Power

A Bright – and Sustainable – Future

Bright Power

With gathering environmental concerns and the looming threat of climate change, Bright Power’s energy and water management counseling for real estate stakeholders means it’s bringing practical change to vital issues through utility bill analytics and sophisticated advice.

Working for the Future, NowBentallGreenOak

Working for the Future, Now


The introduction of green building standards is a step in the right direction to promote sustainability in new building design and construction, while aligning with and meeting emissions-reduction targets. That being said, when it comes to existing buildings with legacy systems and equipment, these standards aren’t as simple to achieve, something that BentallGreenOak (BGO) knows all too well.

The Nesting EconomyTurning Homes into Sanctuaries

The Nesting Economy

Turning Homes into Sanctuaries

For many people, the COVID pandemic turned how they lived and thought about their homes inside-out. Up to that point homes for many were a place to come back to after work to eat, sleep and repeat. Those who suddenly found themselves working from home felt their worlds shrinking to the house they live in plus their walks around the block for exercise.


The Female Gaze

Read Our Current Issue


Industry Gamechanger

February 2023

Getting Away From It All

December 2022

Smart Thinking

November 2022

More Past Editions

Featured Articles