April 27, 2012
VIDEO: Highlights from the April 27 feature on demolition and environmental engineering
The April 27 issue of the Daily Commercial News includes our feature on demolition and environmental engineering. It also includes information on the annual Day of Mourning , an occasion to remember workers who have been killed, injured or suffered illness as a result of work-related incidents.
In the feature, we provide an in-depth look at some major demolition and remediation projects in Ontario, including a former Brunner Mond chemical plant in Amherstburg , the former Xstrata Copper Canada Kidd metallurgical site near Timmins and a new warehouse built at the site of a Chrysler assembly plant in Windsor .
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