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Your top JOC headlines: March 11 to 15

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Your top JOC headlines: March 11 to 15

Your top JOC newsmakers for the week highlight building code changes, designs created after books and bees, and a new role for virtual reality in construction. B.C. is reaching new heights by increasing the limit for the construction of wood buildings to 12 storeys; a tower development in Coquitlam makes reference to a nearby library; Vancouver approves a building resembling a honeycomb; crane operators in training get a virtual reality experience; and PCL executive Darcy Belanger is remembered after the tragic Ethiopian Airlines plane crash.

 

B.C. building code adjusted upwards to allow 12 storey wood buildings

Residential towers in Coquitlam reference nearby library with stacked book design

Vancouver approves ‘cellular’ timber building that resembles a honeycomb

Virtual reality puts crane operators in the air without actually being there

PCL executive Darcy Belanger one of 18 Canadians killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash

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