Public Works

Brookfield Johnson Controls said it has landed a contract with Public Works to manage more than five million square feet of government space at Tunney’s Pasture and the former Nortel Campus, now kn
Even Tom Jenkins was surprised at how quickly he got the federal government’s attention.
Ottawa’s historic former downtown train station appears destined to remain a private meeting place for bureaucrats and politicians after government officials shot down a National Capital Commission
More than two years after paying $208 million to buy the sprawling former home of Nortel Networks, the federal government says it still lacks a budget, timeline and specific plans to renovate the c
An independent report has produced a number of prescriptions for Canada's ailing military procurement system, but stops short of suggesting how the Harper government should administer the cures.
Barely a year ago, the president of one of the country’s top commercial real estate research firms made a bold prediction about the direction of the Ottawa market.
Public Works has a minimum 10-year contract on the table for companies interested in modernizing and maintaining several elevators in the Confederation Building, just west of Parliament Hill on Wel
Feds deem EDC offer ‘non-compliant’ and forgo $3M in savings A significant office leasing win for a downtown landlord is raising questions about why federal officials rejected a significa
Public Works is soliciting bids for watermain reconstruction at the Confederation Heights government complex for a deal that is worth up to $5 million.
Public Works is inviting companies to submit bids to demolish a film storage building east of the Montfort Hospital.