The Greater Vancouver Home Builders' Association Renovation Council - in partnership with FortisBC - is presenting its popular Ask a Pro Renovation Seminar + Expo on Thursday, May 16.
More of the Gordon Campbell government's corporate welfare was revealed with Richmond's Lafarge Cement, one of the world's largest cement companies (and a very profitable one at that), qualifying for money from the infamous B.C Pacific Carbon Trust TM cash machine.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) Builds team received the Vancouver Giants Medal of Valor in recognition of its humanitarian efforts of building homes in Fiji. The team was presented the award March 10 at a Giants game at Pacific Coliseum. This year, the KPU Builds team will venture to Lautoka, Fiji, and help in the construction of a community as part of the
WorkSafeBC has released its annual penalty report and a number of companies have been fined for incidents that took place at worksites in South Delta last year.
Greater Vancouver Home Builders' Association (GVHBA) has announced the finalists for the 2013 Ovation Awards.
According to a media statement posted on the association's website, Bonney resigned because of the Dyble report, "which he felt compromised his ability to work in the best interests of the residential construction industry."
NORTH Shore residents are keenly aware on how desirable it is to live here, but are equally conscious of how expensive it is to live in our community too.
Re: "Coquitlam River is healthy, city says," Wednesday, March 6.
SEVERAL North Shore building projects were honoured at the 21st annual Georgie Awards held Feb. 23 at the Vancouver Convention Centre West.
I would like to offer a brief follow-up on my previous letter [Rude note taints village image, Feb. 21 Letters,Langley Advance] regarding the nasty note we received on our front door, demanding we take care of our barking dog or "they would."
SEVERAL North Shore companies are finalists for the Greater Vancouver Home Builders' Association's 2013 Ovation Awards.
It's course-planning time at North Shore high schools as students prepare their timetables for next September.
If the shingles are curling, the underlayment is unfurling, the roofing granules are degraded and the warranty is pro-rated, it may be time for a new roof.
Project Manager Jim Alkins, at left, signs the contract agreement with Yellowridge Design Build Ltd. to build a new elementary school as the school's future students and John Robson Elementary's vice-principal Paul Manville look on.
Three local companies are being recognized for their work with a slew of award nominations.
The Vancouver Builders' Association recently announced the finalists for the 2013 Ovation Awards, and a New Westminster company was nominated in several categories.
New Westminster school district officials are set to sign a contract with the construction company lined up to build a new elementary school on the former St. Mary's Hospital site on Wednesday at John Robson Elementary.
Brian Bonney has worn many hats both in the corporate and political realms.
Noting that construction activity has already begun at the site for the 37-storey tower on 80th Avenue in North Delta, one cannot help but conclude that the public hearings held recently were not a valid desire of council to listen to the neighbours' views regarding this proposal.