INDUSTRY LINKS

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Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada (ACEC): 
www.acec.ca

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – Canada Section (IEEE):
www.ieee.ca

The Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME):
www.csme-scgm.ca

Canadian Home Builders Association:
www.chba.ca

Canadian Construction Association:
www.cca-acc.com

Interior Designers of Canada (IDC):
www.idcanada.org

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
www.raic.org

Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada:
www.mcac.ca

Canadian Electrical Contractors Association (CECA):
www.ceca.org

BOMA Canada:
www.bomacanada.ca

International Facility Management Association (IFMA):
www.ifma.org

Please don’t hesitate in contacting us for further information of Provincial bodies associated within the Specialist Disciplines

DAILY COMMERCIAL NEWS

WWII bomb defused in Berlin after large central evacuation

Posted on Friday April 20, 2018

BERLIN — Berlin police evacuated thousands of people from a central area of the German capital Friday and shut down the main train station as a precaution while they defused and removed an unexploded Second World War bomb found during recent construction work. Some 10,000 residents and workers were forced to leave a two-square-kilometre area, including the […]

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Fed survey finds worries about higher tariffs

Posted on Friday April 20, 2018

WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve’s latest national survey has found that U.S. businesses are growing increasingly concerned about the impact higher tariffs could have on their companies and the overall economy. The Fed reported that the economic outlook remains positive with growth continuing at a moderate pace in the central bank’s 12 regions. But its […]

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U.S. home building rose slightly in March, led by apartments

Posted on Friday April 20, 2018

WASHINGTON — U.S. builders broke ground on more apartment buildings last month, pushing up overall home construction 1.9 per cent. The Commerce Department said housing starts rose in March to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.32 million, driven by a big 16 per cent gain in apartment buildings. Single-family home construction slipped 3.7 per cent. Home construction has grown steadily […]

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