Powering the Industry

From masonry drill bits to backhoes and everything in between, renting instead of buying construction equipment often makes beautiful business sense.

The Role of Rentals

An Unconventional Approach

Transforming the communities in which we live means transforming how we interact – and that’s exactly what CGI Constructors encourages in a diverse set of engineers and builders committed to meeting the needs of their clients.

CGI Constructors

A Century and a Half of Success

The history of Champion Bridge Company stretches all the way back to the mid-1800s when founder Zimri Wall began work on a range of construction projects in Ohio. In 1871 he partnered with his brother Jonathan to build the picturesque Martinsville Covered Bridge, which is still used to this day. The brothers went on to develop a new iron truss bridge they patented as the “Champion Wrought Iron Arch Bridge,” which led to the company’s current name.

Champion Bridge Company

From Here to There

Throughout history, humans have been limited by simple logistics – how to get from here to there? For thousands of years, venturing out of one’s village required braving wild and rugged terrain. Travel was inherently dangerous. Roads were rough and rudimentary, if there were any at all.

Transportation Projects that Changed the World

Smart and Sustainable Design for Canadian Developers

Kirkor Architects and Planners is a Canadian architectural design and planning firm headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. Specializing in responsible development, the company is focused on architectural solutions that blend sustainable design and community integration. Currently, Kirkor is working as the architect of record on two landmark developments: the Bayside masterplan, and Aqualuna at Bayside, in the East Bayview district of downtown Toronto.

Kirkor Architects and Planners

Celebrating 50 Years as an In-Demand California Design Firm

California-based design firm RMW Architecture & Interiors has three studio locations across the San Francisco Bay Area, San Jose, and Sacramento. It was established in 1970 by David Robinson and Matthew Mills. In 1981, David Williams joined and the three cemented the name Robinson Mills + Williams (RMW) for the firm.

RMW

Up for the Challenge

Winmar Construction Inc. loves unique, even tough, projects. With an extensive portfolio showcasing world-class commercial interiors, hospitality, retail and restaurant projects, base building, adaptive reuse and more, this award-winning company may not be the biggest firm in the United States, but it continues to deliver some of the largest, most visible projects on the market.

Winmar Construction

The Road Less Traveled

We’ve all seen construction sites firsthand in our daily lives over the years, whether passing by in our vehicles or on foot, or maybe even when arranging our own homebuilding or renovation projects. We may not pay much attention to the skilled tradespeople on hand doing the hard labour, whether it’s loading and unloading tools and equipment, assembling scaffolding, assisting contractors, or mixing, pouring and levelling concrete. We may not know everything that construction workers do, but we probably have a pretty clear mental image of what they look like – and that picture doesn’t typically include women.

Construction Careers for Women

A Tidewater Tradition

Founded in 1962, Norfolk, Virginia-based Chesapeake Bay Steel (CBSI) has long been a fixture in the Virginia Tidewater area. The company specializes in steel fabrication and erection and has had a hand in many recognizable projects throughout the region. After decades of experience, the team is expanding the company’s reach while maintaining the values of this family-owned-and-operated business.

Chesapeake Bay Steel

Looking Boldly Beyond

This Surrey, B.C.-based company has a similar story to any other manufacturing outfit these days: “Things were going well, then the pandemic hit.” But Allied Blower has achieved a key expansion milestone: expansion into the United States.

Allied Blower

From Here to There

Throughout history, humans have been limited by simple logistics – how to get from here to there? For thousands of years, venturing out of one’s village required braving wild and rugged terrain. Travel was inherently dangerous. Roads were rough and rudimentary, if there were any at all.

September 29, 2020, 9:42 AM EDT