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Integro files for bankruptcy

Integro Building Systems filed for bankruptcy on Aug. 31. It's assets are in the hands of a trustee and a preliminary report has been issued listing creditors. According to the notice to creditors, Integro went out of business owing over $45 million in excess of assets.

2020 NBC Lifts Restrictions on Combustible Window Frames

The 2020 National Building Code, published in March 2022, amends Sentence, removing the restrictions on the spacing and overall area of combustible window frames that had remained unchanged since 1965. These restrictions were historical artifacts that had long ago ceased to be relevant.

Installing into ICF

As you read this, thousands of insulated concrete form buildings are going up across Canada, in addition to many detached residential homes, garages and barns. This type of construction is now gaining significant momentum for the first time since its arrival in Canada in the early 1950s.

Spandrel help

The Fenestration Association of B.C., with the support of B.C. Housing, has taken a proactive step to advance the state of the industry by creating a new public resource, a voluntary “Reference Procedure for Simulating Spandrel U-factors.”

Under the Glass: Ted Redlarski and Noram Glass

At the tender age of 12, Ted Redlarski ran his first business: a small shop repairing bikes. It was a first money-maker. Later, while still in college (age 19), he became one of the youngest company presidents in his native Poland to helm a construction company.

Keep it down – The importance of noise control in your plant

Hazardous noises are among the most common dangers for workers worldwide. An estimated 20 percent of workers around the globe are exposed to hazardous noises (over 85 decibels). Workers in the manufacturing, mining and construction sectors have the highest risk of exposure to dangerous noises and hearing loss, but there are cases of it in every work sector.


Glass Talk Episode #56: 2023 in Review – Marvin Cruz and Christina Santini, CFIB

Another year has gone by and it’s time for a high-level view of our business conditions and results in 2023. Marvin Cruz, research director, and Christina Santini, national affairs director, for the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses join Glass Talk to tell us what they are hearing from small and medium-sized businesses across the country. We hit inflation, labour shortages, regulations and red tape, credit card fees, housing and more. Happy holidays to everyone and all the best for 2024! » Read More...

Carpenters and Apprentices

We are a Heavy Timber and Mass Timber Installation Company who established in 2009. We build projects across Western Canada and are expanding. We are looking to grow our teams in British Columbia with Carpenters and Apprentices. » Learn more...

Production Manager

Tank Traders® is looking for a dynamic individual to take on the role of Production Manager in Bowmanville, ON. » Learn more...

Grinding Room/Material Handler Operator

Infra Pipe Solutions has over 60 years of experience specializing in the design, manufacture, and custom fabrication of engineered polyethylene systems for water, wastewater, and storm water management applications. » Learn more...