This year Laurie Hawkinson, Professor of Architecture at Columbia GSAPP and partner at Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects (SMH+) was the guest lecturer.
CISC Quebec work closely with students to talk about the steel industry, sharing information about steel and showing support of their projects
Recent talks were held at: Concordia Vanier College The McGill Civil Engineering graduate students
The end of the year conference was held at the Redpath Museum at McGill, followed by a year-end reception. A team from WSP presented the Turcotte…
Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) release updated Structural Engineering Design Services for Buildings guideline
The purpose of this guideline is to provide best practices for engineers performing structural engineering design services in buildings, with special emphasis on the duties to employers, clients and the public.
A special highlight of the evening was a presentation of buildings and bridges over 75 years old that showcased the durability and sustainability of steel.
CISC members and associates across the country provided interviews to two major construction daily newspapers, Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce, on the devastating impacts that delayed payments have had on their businesses
A national delegation of members and associates from the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC), the voice of the Canadian steel construction sector, met with parliamentarians from all political parties during CISC’s “Steel Construction Day on the Hill” on April 4.
A national delegation of CISC Members & Associates will be headed to Ottawa on April 4 to meet with Parliamentarians to urge action on key issues affecting our industry.
Delayed payment is one of the biggest issues impacting the Canadian construction industry, taking billions out of the economy, and putting working middle class families at risk of job losses and bankruptcies.
Budget 2017 proposes a number of amendments to the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA) and related trade remedy regulations.