SiteViews: The best shots from April 2023
See what the industry was up to this month through the camera lens.
Crews load mass timber bridge pieces for Limberlost Place. – Moriyama & Teshima Architects
Spring has sprung and construction work is in full swing all across the country. Shots that caught our staff’s eye this month included safety training, trash pickups, traffic control, rainbows, ospreys and more.
Andrew Pariser / RESCON
Crews working at the Coastal GasLink’s Kitimat Meter Station enjoy a rainbow.
Construction Foundation of BC
The Construction Foundation of B.C. welcomed rebar worker Oleh Marchyshyn and his family to Victoria. The family recently moved to B.C. from Ukraine and Oleh was quickly able to find work in the construction industry.
Traffic control workers with Ansan Group work on a site in Vancouver.
Salina Kassam / Moriyama Teshima Architects
Crews lift bridge pieces for the Limberlost Place project in downtown Toronto.
An aerial shot shows progress on Beedie Development’s RISE at Point Trotter project in Calgary.
Lafarge workers clean up trash near the company’s Innovation Hub in Edmonton.
Peak Construction Group
Elder Dennis Joseph shares a song and prayer with Peak Construction Group’s teams at the Sen̓áḵw site for National Day of Mourning.
Workers watch as new exterior panels are placed on the Glenbow Museum in Calgary. The panels are made from Cloudcrete, a fibreglass concrete mix that allows for unique shapes while maintaining their strength.
ETRO Construction’s team gives a crane-high view of work on the Brightside Community Homes Foundation’s Passive House project.
The first passenger trails roll over the new Davenport Diamond Guideway, an elevated track that allows GO Trains to travel above traffic and freight trains in the Greater Toronto Area.
Chandos shows off work its team completed for the Ed Howell Emergency Services Training Tower in Red Deer, Alta.
Spring crushing is in full swing at Tomlinson’s Rideau Quarry in Ontario.
The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association
The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association visits Pacesetter Homes to demonstrate proper safety for the head, eyes and working at heights.
BC Ministry of Transportation
An osprey tends to its nest at Kelowna’s William R. Bennett Bridge. The BC Ministry of Transportation assisted the birds after their nest toppled during a wind storm.