Eight technology trends have recently been flagged in a new global report, spanning various regions and industries, including real estate.
Energy-saving 'earth tubes' were among the features expected to help earn UTSC's new Environmental Sciences and Chemistry building LEED Gold status.
Thank you to those companies that submitted information for our 2016 ranking of property management companies in Canada. We appreciate your input. Every effort has
The longevity of a building system depends on many factors, but a preventative maintenance program is a key step in prolonging the equipment's life cycle.
Complex buildings will require sophisticated property managers who understand how to operate them; however, job awareness and skill development are needed.
The struggle for gender equality in the Canadian workplace is a matter of priority as recent studies reveal a lack of women in corporate leadership roles.
Rental housing landlords sometimes think of themselves as the most regulated real estate operators, but healthcare engineers and facilities managers make a good case for claiming that title
One of two sewers bylaw changes that are expected to trickle down to building owners and managers is on tap for the New Year.
Defining a project’s priorities and early planning can help mitigate issues related to the build-out process.
While demographics are a way to predict some uncertainties that await an aging real estate industry, understanding human values is a more accurate compass.
Welcome to the 20th annual edition of Who’s Who in Canadian Real Estate. This year’s list represents all facets of the property management business, including
Commercial real estate professionals across Canada gathered in Québec City for the Building Owners and Managers Association of Canada National Awards gala.
Office marketing tools of the future will immerse users in new or non-existent environments, offering them the chance to virtually control a presale asset.
Disaster recovery contractors are able to minimize fire and water damage if property managers have organized a clearly defined decision making process.
Toronto has two changes to its sewers bylaw coming down the pipes that, if adopted, may trickle down to building owners and managers.
Office ergonomic assessments are, without doubt, an integral part of any ergonomics program; however, in some instances, no matter how thorough the assessment, musculoskeletal injuries
Carbon tax and offset requirements have begun to filter through to paybacks on energy saving measures in British Columbia and Quebec.