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Follow-up from the 2015 Design-Build Conference in Toronto

Media Coverage
Sudbury Biosolids Facility a P3 First
When the city of Greater Sudbury set its sights on building a new biosolids management facility, it opted to develop the project under a public-private partnership (P3) — Canada’s first P3 biosolids project.

PCL Delivers UTM Complex in 18 Months
Faced with addressing rapidly expanding student and facility needs, the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) opted to use the design-build approach to deliver its new Innovation Complex.

UBC Professor Digs Deeper on BIM Use for Construction Projects
Associate professor Sheryl Staub-French has spent more than 15 years studying the technological and organizational issues related to BIM adoption and implementation. 

2016 Conference in Winnipeg

The 2016 edition of the national design-build conference will take place in Winnipeg October 13 – 14, 2016, with the Fundamentals of Design-Build tutorial being run on October 12.

New Members

Broccolini Stantec

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Saint John Taps Company to Build New Water Treatment Plant

Saint John council announced on Nov. 6 that it had selected a consortium of companies under the name Port City Water Partners to be its preferred proponent for the new treatment plant. Port City Water Partners is made up of nine private partners, including two Irving construction companies, FCC Construction and Gulf Operators. It will be a 30-year public-private partnership that will see the private companies design, build, finance, operate and maintain the water treatment system.
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Register for a Fundamentals of DB Tutorial

Yellowknife January 14, 2016     Register  
Winnipeg October 12, 2016

The Fundamentals of Design-Build is a one-day interactive tutorial which provides an in-depth introduction to design-build that is a must for practitioners, owners, decision-makers and those wanting greater knowledge of this growing project delivery practice.

QuoteGood variety of speakers, engaging discussions.
Good format, good speakers, good mix of attendees.
Opportunity to share/hear examples from participants.
Excellent handouts and resource material.

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