Gillfor Distribution Inc., a leading building products distributor in Canada, has partnered with Tando Composites to distribute Beach House Shake and TandoStone as exterior cladding solutions throughout their 14 distribution locations.
The acquisition will increase market share and expand plant operations and manufacturing capabilities for Mercer Mass Timber and parent company Mercer International
June 19, 2023
On June 15, Mercer Mass Timber – a low-carbon advanced manufacturer of timber building materials and subsidiary of Mercer International Inc. – announced the successful acquisition of Structurlam Mass Timber Corporation and its subsidiaries by parent company Mercer International.
French conglomerate secures Canadian building envelope marketplace through the purchase, deepens roots in North America
June 13, 2023
France’s Saint-Gobain announced a deal to acquire privately-owned Building Products of Canada Corp. on June 12 in a nearly $1 billion cash acquisition that solidifies the company’s dominance within the Canadian construction product manufacturing sector.
GMS Inc. provided an update on the continued execution of its strategic priorities, including platform expansion and Complementary Product growth, with its acquisition of Jawl Lumber Corporation, which provides service to the Vancouver Island market in Canada under the Home Lumber and Building Supplies brand name.
CGC Inc., the Canadian division of USG Corp., announced plans to build a new, state-of-the-art wallboard manufacturing plant in Wheatland County, Alberta. This CAD $210 million investment reinforces CGC’s commitment to the Canadian market and will allow CGC to better serve its valued customers in Alberta and the West.
Located in downtown Edmonton’s Arts and Entertainment District, north of City Hall, the new Royal Alberta Museum is the largest museum in western Canada. Greeting approximately 400,000 visitors annually, the RAM’s 419,000-square-foot building houses 2.5 million items in its collection, as featured in more than 82,000 square feet of exhibits on human and natural history.
Recognized for sustainable design excellence, Toronto Metropolitan University’s Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex in Toronto was honored by American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment’s 25th annual COTE Top Ten Awards. This 28-story vertical campus also earned LEED Gold certification through the Canada Green Building Council.
A symbol of downtown Edmonton’s renaissance, Enbridge Centre’s Class AA 575,500-square-foot office building earned LEED Gold certification for Commercial Interiors through the Canada Green Building Council. Continuing to demonstrate its commitment to sustainability, the property also earned LEED Platinum, the highest level of certification, for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance.