All posts tagged "Architecture"

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    NB: Renovation work complete on Kennebecasis Park Elementary School

    The newly renovated and expanded Kennebecasis Park Elementary School officially opened Feb. 25 in Rothesay. The renovation of the school included upgrades to its architectural, mechanical and electrical systems; as well as a wheelchair lift and site...

    • Posted March 2, 2014
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    Construction begins on addictions treatment centre in Edmundston

    On November 18, construction has started on an addictions treatment centre in Edmundston, New Brunswick, DailyBusinessBuzz reports. MFA Construction Inc. received a $4.6-million contract from the province to build the single-storey building on a 0.96-hectare, or 2.4-acre,...

    • Posted December 4, 2013
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    Montague CAO says towns require resources to examine construction plans

    Andrew Daggett, chief administrative officer (CAO) of Town of Montague in Prince Edward Island, said small communities needs the necessary resources to ensure construction projects are following all the rules, reports The Guardian. According to Daggett, the...

    • Posted October 29, 2013
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    Atlantic Developments to build 56-unit condo in Halifax

    Atlantic Developments Inc. plans to build a four-storey, 56-unit condominium at the corner of Harris and Maynard streets in Halifax, reports The Chronicle Herald. The building is designed by Michael Napier Architecture. It will feature indoor and...

    • Posted October 29, 2013
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    Colchester East library: Two proposals

    Truro Daily News reports that an architectural design provided in a proposal for a new Truro (Nova Scotia) library was “intentionally” light on detail so that it could be customized to the final user needs, a developer...

    • Posted August 24, 2013
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  • Vale to complete phase one of Long Harbour processing plant in October

    Vale Newfoundland and Labrador is building a state-of-the-art new hydromet processing facility in Long Harbour, reports Thompson Citizen. Vale spokesmanBob Carter said the company is targeting phase one construction completion by the end of October.The processing facility...

    • Posted August 5, 2013
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  • Halifax architect urges for more wood construction

    Architects and developers in Halifax are seeking opportunities to turn their dream of developing tall buildings made with woods into reality. The Chronicle Heraldreports that designers, developers and lumber experts are now looking at the idea of...

    • Posted July 29, 2013
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    Architect: 100-year old Yacht club building worth saving

    A report by one of Canada’s leading heritage consultants says a beleaguered yacht club building in Cape Breton can and should be saved from the wrecking ball, reports The Chronicle Herald. Enterprise Cape Breton Corp. bought the...

    • Posted April 12, 2013
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