Langlois re-signs with Propulsion Quebec
Propulsion Quebec today announced it is continuing its strategic partnership with Langlois Lawyers, Quebec’s largest independent law firm. Propulsion Quebec is the cluster organization representing the electric and smart transportation sector in the province. Langlois has been involved in several collaborations with Propulsion Quebec including multiple activities in the R and D and innovation working group, policy development as well as during the Movin’On 2019 Summit.
ADF awarded contracts in Canada, U.S.
ADF GROUP today announced the award of new contracts in the commercial building and transportation infrastructure sectors in the U.S. and Canada worth a total of $102 million. ADF, based in Terrebonne, Que., is active in the fabrication of steel superstructures. Fabrication for the largest job in the U.S., involving design, engineering, fabrication, steel procurement and installation of a new steel structure for a large commercial building in the southeast, is expected to start in the first months of 2021. Another project involves installation of a commercial building in Eastern Canada.
Gowling writes on new CCDC 2 contract
Lexology today posted a blog from Gowling WLG titled What the New CCDC 2 Stipulated Price Contract Means for You (Alberta edition). The article highlights important changes, with references to the corresponding paragraphs of the new CCDC 2.