Construction

Construction launched this week on a long-awaited health facility in Ottawa’s east end
An Ottawa construction company has pled guilty to failing to protect the safety of a worker at a worksite on the campus of Carleton University
With major projects such as light rail on the go, the outlook for Ottawa’s heavy construction industry looks bright – but experts warn a labour shortage looms
The City of Ottawa announced Wednesday the Flora Footbridge over the Rideau Canal on will officially open this weekend, a few months ahead of schedule
Ottawa’s planning committee laid out a new set of charges for developers on Thursday, though recent announcements from the Ontario government are expected to uproot the new framework soon
City officials have revealed their top picks of the construction and engineering giants to expand Ottawa’s light-rail network further west, east and south.
The Competition Bureau says a former executive of Quebec engineering firm Dessau received a 12-month sentence after pleading guilty Thursday in the Court of Quebec to rigging bids for City of Gatin
While the National Capital Region finished 2018 trending down on housing starts, data from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corp.
An Ottawa roofing company has been fined $80,000 after two of its employees caught fire during a job, leaving one with critical injuries.
Canada needs to spend $83 million over the next 10 years just to get its official residences – including 24 Sussex Drive – into half-decent shape.