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June 3, 2020

Some councillors propose delaying Green Line’s Bow River crossing as long public hearing begins

via The Calgary Herald  By Chris Varcoe   A group of councillors is floating the idea of rethinking plans to build the Green Line north of the Bow River as city council heads toward a final decision on the $4.9-billion transit project. Council’s Green Line committee started a lengthy public hearing Monday, with Calgarians calling in to give input on the LRT extension’s new alignment through the core. The meeting continued into the evening and councillors planned to reconvene Tuesday morning. Councillors Jeff Davison, Jyoti Gondek, Ward Sutherland and Peter Demong issued a joint statement Monday saying they back a plan for “one good line,”...

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June 3, 2020

ACSA Board Representatives

CCA is excited to announce that Joanne Foster, EllisDon, has been selected as one of the Calgary Construction Association board representatives on the Alberta Construction Safety Association board of directors. Dwayne Wallace, United Supreme Group, is also a CCA board representative. The ACSA Board of Directors is comprised of various construction associations and trade contractor associations. Provision has been made for representation on the Board from employers who are not involved in associations, as well as for worker representation.

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May 21, 2020

City Construction Crews Work on Building the Future

via The Calgary Herald  By David Parker The Calgary Construction Association has been doing a great job ensuring crews have kept working during the COVID-19 pandemic, and they continue to change the face of the city. The biggest project, and hardest to understand as you drive by, is the massive interchange work well underway at the junction of the Trans-Canada Highway and Stoney Trail N.W. It looks like total confusion to those that just get glimpses of big yellow machines and partially built bridge abutments. But when completed — providing the directional signs give easily understood information — no doubt...

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