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For the construction of the E-V-Three, a staggering 800 tons of steel was delivered to the site and erected in four days.
When the University of Manitoba required a new student residence, the only solution was to go over and up – above the Pembina Hall service centre.
Pasquin St-Jean & Associés
• Consortium MSDL & Provencher Roy
The bridge is the first built over the Mackenzie River, and is the largest bridge project undertaken in the Northwest Territories.
Exposed steel was a natural for the TELUS Spark, the New Calgary Science Centre.
Structural steel was used to overcome numerous design and construction challenges for the architecturally complex museum superstructure.
CISC gratefully acknowledges the support of CISC Members, Collins Industries Ltd, Waiward Steel Fabricators, M&G Steel Ltd, and CISC Associate Erector, McCormick–Campbell Steel Services and thanks them for donating their time and services to ship and erect our structural steel booth at the NASCC.
The CISC family of Members and Associates had a strong presence at the NASCC this year, held in Toronto from March 26 - 28 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
CISC Quebec has been actively engaging all political parties in the province to raise awareness of the important contributions of the steel industry to the provincial economy, and to highlight key industry issues. A comprehensive letter campaign was recently launched targeting the main parties asking for their support.
The CISC has been actively working with the federal government to highlight the necessity of ensuring reciprocity, fair trade and a level playing field for Canadian steel fabricators for the redevelopment of the Champlain Bridge, and other infrastructure projects that are part of the $50+ billion dollar national infrastructure renewal program
The Prompt Payment Act, 2013 (the “Act”) addresses the chronic and worsening problem of late payments which is putting undue risk and financial hardship on Ontario’s 40,000 small family–owned construction businesses.
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