Alternative approaches to financing the redevelopment of old commercial properties and brownfield sites
Watch the webinar recording of Adaptive Reuse Trends in the Commercial Real Estate Market from November 18, 2021.
Aurora College hopes to develop two courses specializing in mine remediation as the Northwest Territories increasingly looks to cleanup work as a source of revenue and an area of expertise.
In recent years, adaptive reuse strategies — which transform an existing structure to allow it to serve a new purpose...
Remediation efforts at the former Gunnar Mine and Mill Site has reached a new milestone —with the first stage of revegetation coming to fruition.
Most of Canada’s 30,000 vacant, contaminated sites could be redeveloped. What’s needed is a national strategy with incentives and awareness-raising.
Ottawa city council has pressed pause on a 15-year-old program that gives grants to developers who clean up and rebuild on sites that are contaminated or have derelict buildings, such as former factories or gas stations.
Industry leaders involved in the redevelopment and revitalization of brownfield properties were honoured as part of the 23rd Annual Brownie Awards...
Indigenous people are fastest-growing population in Canada, and more are moving to urban areas.
A number of significant brownfield remediation projects took the spotlight at the recent Brownie Awards, where award winners ranged from Whitehorse’s thermal conduction work at Marwell Tar Pit, to the successful financing partnerships surrounding the Randle Reef project in Ontario.
We’re moving a little closer to seeing the Quayside Development Opportunity become a reality. The Quayside Development Opportunity is a 12-acre area located at the foot of Parliament Street and Lake Shore Boulevard East in Toronto.
Over 80 per cent of Canadians lives in cities. Our health depends on environmental factors such as air quality, transportation options, and access to healthy food, green space, safe and affordable housing, and social services.
Brownfield regeneration poses unique challenges to cities around the world; climate change and sea-level rise (SLR) make the regeneration of waterfront sites increasingly complex.
Brownfield redevelopment projects can have a lot of economic and environmental benefits, but can these projects be a tool for achieving social sustainability too?
Ontario has finalized amendments to the On-Site and Excess Soil Management Reg, the Record of Site Condition Reg, and the General Waste Management Reg.
The 72-acre, $2-billion mixed-use Brightwater development on Mississauga’s waterfront has taken two significant permitting steps this summer...