Traditional steel production is a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions the world over. ArcelorMittal is on a mission to transform this trend. With its eye firmly set on the Paris Agreement, the firm aims to achieve carbon-neutral steel production before 2050, and its Canadian long steel subsidiary ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada is already well positioned in that matter.
Paradise ExteriorsTurning Florida Homes into Paradise
When a call to customer service begins with, “Hello, Welcome to Paradise” – you know it’s a sign that the company delivers a great experience and feel-good vibes.
The Exterior CompanyMaking Its Own Luck, One Guarantee at a Time
Extreme North American winters demand expert roofing. Trusted by Lancaster, Pennsylvania residents for nearly a decade, The Exterior Company (TEC) is a licensed, bonded, and insured roofing contractor that has grown mainly through referrals from customers impressed by its quality, generosity, and customer care.
Michael Kinder & SonsPlan, Design, Build: Michael Kinder & Sons Commits to Success
With its dedication to understanding that company success must also include clients and team members, Michael Kinder & Sons (MKS) consistently embraces its core values of a strict adherence to quality and safety. This 129-year-old family-owned business has proven over time that work done well speaks for itself, and supporting clients and employees is a vital key to attaining long-term achievements.
Blue-Con ExcavatingBlue-Con Excavating Makes Deep Utilities a Family Affair
Blue-Con Excavating is a Calgary-based construction services provider specializing in Deep Utilities, one with its own deep history rooted in family. Company president Matt Haasen tells the story of how his parents grew up in the Netherlands and were part of a mass emigration out of Europe in the 1950s, settling in a small community near London, Ontario.
Pueblo Mechanical & ControlsStrong Growth, Strong Culture
Pueblo delivers full spectrum HVAC, Plumbing and Controls service and installation for education, government, industrial, healthcare and commercial customers. As a leading provider in the state of Arizona, the company has completed tens of thousands of projects and service calls, and its solutions and services range from system repairs and replacements to multi-million dollar retrofits and installations, encompassing intricate design-build specifications.
Dual Temp CompanyWhere Success Thrives
Dual Temp is no average mechanical contractor. For fifty-plus years, the company has put every effort into evolving, transforming from a simple HVAC company into a full-service provider of air conditioning, heating, plumbing, pipefitting, and building automation controls.
Western PacificUp to the Challenge
Western Pacific Enterprises (WPE) has met a lot of challenges in its multi-decade history – and it turns out that not even a pandemic can stop this company.
The Mitchell PartnershipGoing Green Without Going Into the Red
As the Government of Canada moves to net zero emissions by 2050, The Mitchell Partnership has a vital part to play in the process. Offering sustainable building design solutions and long-lasting environmental benefits, Toronto’s The Mitchell Partnership (TMP) enables clients to achieve decarbonization of their buildings, new or existing, and reduce their energy use as well.
Dupras Ledoux Inc.Leading Clients to Bigger and Better Ambitions
Dupras Ledoux Inc. provides professional engineering services in building mechanics and electricity, including telecommunications, security and lighting design, and stands out in the industry for the availability and involvement of its management team.
Mondo Contract FlooringExploring 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.
MJMAConnecting Communities Through a Collaborative, Cross-Disciplinary Approach
Full-service, interdisciplinary, and architecturally-led, this design studio, MJMA, was founded in 1988 and has operated as a single Toronto-based office for the last thirty years. Its focus has been on public buildings, particularly community and campus projects. These two typologies share the opportunity of bringing people together to increase social interaction, and this is where MJMA shines.
Graham Management ServicesMacro Environmental Stewardship Through Micro Touches
Taking care of the environment, in construction, means considering the environmental aspect of every detail of everyday operations. Driven by a team of forward-thinking solution seekers, Graham is a general contractor rooted in its mandate to care for its clients while mitigating the impact of its construction footprint and protecting the Earth.
Provencher_Roy ArchitectsThe Beauty of Building Sustainably
Provencher_Roy’s goal is sustainability in architecture interior design, urban design, urban planning, landscape architecture, and industrial design. Hailing from Montreal, this member of the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) is now planning to share its passion for sustainable development Canada-wide.
EntuitiveThe Growth of Green Building
There’s a strong case that can be made for building green. Sale prices of commercial and residential green buildings that are certified to environmental rating systems can be up to 30 percent higher than conventional buildings. Tenants also find green-certified buildings appealing and this can help raise rental rates by up to 25 percent; likewise, occupancy rates of green-certified buildings are up to 23 percent higher.
The Canada Green Building CouncilBold 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.
The Appeal of EarthshipsShrinking Cities and Sustainability
Is escaping big city congestion to take on tiny houses and off-the-grid living that reduces our environmental footprint the answer? More and more of us who are packing up, downsizing, and moving to smaller dwellings and communities think so.
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