Despite having a huge land mass, Canadian residents are increasingly collecting in urban areas, seeking jobs, affordable housing, access to mass transit and cultural and entertainment amenities. Our cities are our social and economic engines. But they’re facing challenges as they grow. That’s why we’re committed to helping design, build and maintain urban development. And most importantly, making them sustainable for future generations to come.
We are committed to building better cities. Use the links below to find out why we think it’s important, and how we intend to do it.
Let’s make cities more livable.
Our world is changing. Our population expanding. The United Nations forecasts that by 2050, there will be 9 billion people on Planet Earth. 6.25 billion of those people will live in cities. That means we need to change the way we plan, build and maintain our urban centres. We need to build better cities for the people in them.
Build for future generations.
A city full of history is more than a popular skyline, a well-known neighbourhood or a corporate tower. They make up the basis of our communities and the things that link us together; the schools, the museums, the theatres, the parks. The things integral to our future.
Helping communities thrive.
Our cities are only as successful as the rural communities supporting them. The bridges, the cross-country highways, the wind farms, the mines. We believe every community in Canada, big or small, should have access to the best building materials. Our remote locations allow us to access even the most rural of projects.