The Manitoba Heavy Construction Association is calling on the City of Winnipeg to adopt a more robust recycling program for construction waste such as asphalt, pavement and crushed concrete. MCHA President Chris Lorenc told Global News he submitted a formal recommendation to the city’s Property and Development, Heritage and Downtown Development Committee, which discussed…
“A necessary evil unfortunately… usually when you see it on somebody else’s side you feel really sorry for them. And then it hits your side and you really understand the impact.”Cocoabeans Cafe owner Betsy Hiebert talks about being a business in a construction zone. Source link
“I think the biggest problem people have is they underestimate or don’t anticipate the time and effort involved, and the cost.” Winnipeg contractor David Single talks home renovations during a pandemic. Source link
Manitoba’s construction industry is still anxious about the upcoming year despite good vaccine news and a number of ongoing and proposed projects for the new year. Ron Hambley, president of the Winnipeg Construction Association, says the commercial construction industry is down about 25 per cent overall this year due to the novel coronavirus pandemic….