SiteViews: The best shots from March 2023
See what the industry was up to this month through the camera lens.
Ironworkers top off a skyscraper in Toronto – PCL.
SiteViews is a monthly feature where we highlight the coolest construction images posted on social media. What caught our eyes in March? Aurora borealis, muddy boots, major breakthroughs, marching elk and more. Check out the images below and follow the links to see where they came from.
Raymond McDonald / ATCO Electricity
ATCO Electricity’s team was treated to a colourful view of aurora borealis while in Yellowknife, N.W.T.
Vid Ingelevics and Ryan Walker / Waterfront Toronto
The is just one of many images captured by photographers Vid Ingelevics and Ryan Walker. The pair have been covering work at the Port Lands for Waterfront Toronto since 2019.
Drones give a bird’s-eye view of work happening on Scarlett Road in Toronto for the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension project. The orange tarp is to keep soil protected before it’s paved.
Sheet metal worker and YouTuber Nick Tountas
It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s got to do it. Ontario sheet metal worker Nick Tountas snaps a shot of his muddy boots. He regularly gives followers a front row seat to what a trades career is like.
Chandos’ civil team works to complete a suspended slab pour Taza Park Water Reservoir. It took eight hours to pour 6,600 sq. ft. of concrete was poured using 52m and 57m pumps.
Gordie Howe International Bridge
Cameras captured the start of stay cable installation for the Gordie Howe International Bridge.
The Broadway Subway project team in Vancouver celebrate the second tunnel boring machine breakthrough at the future Mount Pleasant station.
Ironworkers celebrate topping off a unique skyscraper in Toronto. Cadillac Fairview’s commercial office tower features a curved beam structure.
Building Trades Alberta
Industry officials visit UA Local 488 and LiUNA Local 92 in Alberta for a hands-on tour of the multi-use training facility.
BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
An excavator moves material for Phase 4 of the Kicking Horse Canyon project near Golden, B.C.
Ward Bros. Construction
Ward Bros. Construction works on a major pour at the Agri-food Hub and Trade Centre In Lethbridge, Alta .
This cab is empty. A worker operates an excavator using remote control technology.
Monte McNaughton, Ontario labour minister
Monte McNaughton, Ontario’s labour minister, visits carpentry students at the Tomorrow’s Trades program.
Crews take advantage of the good weather to make progress on the Options project in Surrey. VanMar stated that Siding and paint is progressing and the team is preparing to mobilize landscapers for the courtyard area.