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All projects start with an idea, a dream, or a need. Do You lack time, internal resources, or knowledge? How can we bring this desire for fulfillment to life while ensuring that we keep the balance?
The construction industry, in Montreal, is buzzing with major infrastructure and industrial projects and is riding the wave of a red-hot residential construction market. Who would have thought that such a craze would have existed at the beginning of the pandemic!
When Parliament returns on September 15, 2020, the Quebec government intends to propose a new bill that will aim to accelerate the completion of infrastructure work across the province.
Over time, Man has developed his knowledge in countless areas due to his curiosity, his thirst for learning and his quest to improve his lot.
Many Québec cities plan on resuscitating this means of transportation, but with a much more modern style and twist. It will be, in a way, somewhat of a trip back to memory lane, for cities such as Montréal, Québec City, and Longueuil.
The spring season is a crucial period in the residential construction industry. Construction sites are usually buzzing with activity and workers are in full swing to make sure they can deliver a residence or housing project on time, as per the contract they had agreed upon. Of course, promotors watch closely, and need to make […]
A little over one century ago (late September, 1918), a pandemic that was dubbed as “The Spanish Flu” hit the Province of Québec, after taking millions of lives, in Europe. That virus ended up making some 15,000 victims in Québec…
The climate changes of recent years, which have led to unprecedented temperature rises and falls, regardless of the season, have a steady and direct impact on road infrastructures.
Throughout the 2010’s, we saw a number of construction projects fail to meet contractual deadlines and/or costs.
Over the decades, cost and schedule overruns have emerged as critical elements in the vast majority of building and infrastructure construction projects.