In this week's preview, we look at some of the stories we'll be covering in the Journal of Commerce for the week of February 2nd, 2015.
Chinese steel is causing delays for Victoria, B.C.'s Johnson St. Bridge. The $62.9 million project will be delayed 10 months because of issues with steel fabricated in China for use on the bridge's iconic bascule leaf structure.
Staff writer Russell Hixson has a story about the City of Winnipeg's dismay at a lack of transparency regarding a series of recent development deals.
Correspondent Kathleen Renne has a story about salt caverns in eastern Alberta being used to store energy, and Daily Commercial News staff writer Richard Gilbert has a story about the improving economic outlook for most provinces in 2015.
We have a column from Council of Construction Associations president Dave Baspaly about managing claim costs, and this week's video is a look at the Deputy Minister's Awards from the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – B.C.'s Transportation Conference 2015.