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How Building Information Modelling can revolutionize Canadian construction
Canada is the only country in the G7 without a Building Information Modelling mandate, and that needs to change. Here's why, and what you can do to help.
Liberal government’s housing policies miss the mark – again
The Liberals' return to power means Canadians face another federal government whose housing policies and plans miss the mark and do little to address the real issues. And that's not good.
Starting a project with an innovative approach
Attention builders and developers: Don't overlook the importance of architectural programming and integrated team delivery in the building process. Here's why:
GTA developers tour New York City for land-use and design inspiration
GTA builders and developers recently toured New York City as part of BILD's latest Housing Innovation Tour – all intended inspire participants for their projects back at home.
Thinking of creating a broker co-operation program for your new lowrise...
Builders, before you commit to a broker co-op program to help sell your latest project, think twice if you really need one. Use these pros and cons to help you decide.
Seeing red over traffic light system for Toronto developers
The red light-green light traffic light system for approvals recently imposed by three City of Toronto councillors is inappropriate, disrespectful of the legal system and not worthy of their public office. Here's why.
Building Answers campaign the beginning of communications and understanding with GTA...
While the Builder Answers campaign is technically over, the connections we've made and the discussions we've begun with the public will go a long way to ensuring ongoing communications and understanding.
Active House Symposium an opportunity for development industry to get on...
September presents a unique opportunity for the development community in Toronto, when the Active House Symposium takes place for the first time in North America right here in our city.
How insight and interior design can take developments to new heights
As Toronto increasingly becomes an international condominium hub, developers and interior designers work together to create projects that enhance communities, improve the quality of residents' lives and create lasting legacies within the city.