This episode of the Construction Record Podcast digital media editor Warren Frey has two sets of interviews from the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction’s Canadian Steel Conference, held this year in downtown Vancouver.
The first interview is with Dan Leduc, a partner with the Norton Rose Fulbright law firm all about prompt payment and the progress in some provinces and lack of progress in others in both introducing and enacting prompt payment legislation, along with some of the consequences of the new regulations for the construction industry.
The second interview is with Glotman Simpson principal Anthony El-Araj and Canam engineer Dario Espi-Fournier about 410 West Georgia, a striking office tower in downtown Vancouver that looks like a series of stacked cubes and combined concrete and steel in what was a complex and challenging project.
You can listen to The Construction Record on the Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce websites as well as on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Amazon Music’s podcast, and you can hear our previous podcast with Moon World Resorts co-founder Michael Henderson about a new resort project that aims to build a massively ambitious structure that brings space tourism down to earth here. Thanks for listening.