Ottawa

Cycling In Our Communities

In the summer many Canadians are on the move; whether it’s running, walking or cycling, people from coast to coast are taking advantage of the warm weather to enjoy the outdoors and stay active. On August 8th, the UK celebrates Cycle to Work Day – one of the biggest cycle commuting events in the region.... Read more »

Green Bins Mandatory in Ottawa Apartment Buildings?

Driven by pressure from the provincial government’s Food and Organic Waste Framework last year, the City of Ottawa is debating making green bin programs mandatory at multi-residential dwellings, according to a recent article from the CBC.  The City launched a voluntary green bin program nine years ago, but only 29 per cent, or 500 of... Read more »

Ottawa Condo Market Poised to ‘Change Dramatically’

In a recent interview with Brad Lamb, who has made a name for himself over the past couple of decades as one of the GTA’s leading condo builders – according to it’s website, his Lamb Development Corp has sold more than $1.3 billion worth of properties since 2001 when his company was founded – he... Read more »

Amazon Fulfillment Centre in Ottawa Ground Breaking Ceremony

Brocollini launched the construction of the distribution centre for Amazon in Ottawa on Monday. The new facility will be more than one million square feet and will be the largest industrial facility ever built in the area. The centre is scheduled to open in the summer of 2019, and will create more than 650 full... Read more »

Geotechnical and Material Testing Laboratory in Ottawa

We’re excited to announce that we’ve opened a new geotechnical and material laboratory to support our operations in Eastern Ontario. Our new lab is located at 104 – 215 Menten Place, Nepean, ON K2H 9C1.  For a range of geotechnical services we offer, please visit here and here.              ... Read more »

Ottawa’s Commercial Real Estate Industry Expected to Grow in 2017

According to CBRE Ottawa, the year of 2017 is expected to be one of the largest ones in history for the commercial industry in the city, with a predicted $1.4 billion in transactions.