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We’re geeks for gadgets. So when we heard the Hurontario Light Rail Transit projects had found a bit of an aquatic smart drone to quietly map out watermains far below the streets of Mississauga and Brampton, we were intrigued.
Contractors have surely noticed higher rates, higher deductibles, and challenges securing broad insurance coverage over the past 1-2 years. Don’t miss this dynamic panel where insurance experts will offer tips for tackling five common issues encountered by contractors in the hard insurance market.
If you are excavating a new building, repairing buried infrastructure, landscaping, residential paving, building concrete slabs, or anything else that requires you to break ground, you must contact Ontario One Call.
Requesting a locate through Ontario One Call is free. You must contact Ontario One Call a minimum of 5 business days (excluding weekends and holidays) before digging.
While hydrovac excavations are generally safer than other trenching/open cut methods, the safety of on-site personnel and the general public can be compromised if proper safety procedures are not implemented and followed.
Muddy water is not a dream product for a utility — or for a company putting waterlines in place. When King Drilling of London, Ontario, was frustrated by mud and slurry getting into water mains during placement, the company did something about it.
Ontario’s Independent Electricity System Operator has announced it is providing $7.1 million in funding to 61 Indigenous communities and entrepreneurs for energy planning, generation and skills development.