Look around at the construction landscape, one thing is for certain, green building is the future of the construction industry.
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Post by Michael Beattie. With the popularity of "green" products and services on the rise in Ontario and the trend not looking to slow down anytime soon, residential and commercial construction development products and building techniques that are friendly to the environment are seeing a rapid rise in sales. Let's look at some of the green trends in construction industry and structure design.
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