ReNew Canada – The New Canadian Magazine for Infrastructure Renewal

January 17, 2011

(PRWEB) July 20, 2005

ReNew Canada magazine describes community involvement, summarizes costs and explain regulatory and political issues in feature articles, editorials and detailed project review summaries. The financial, environmental and social benefits are demonstrated in such a way as to allow readers the chance to follow the lead of Canadian infrastructure renewal innovators and implement their own plans for community improvement.

ReNew Canada editorial content includes topics such as:

New, innovative or existing infrastructure equipment, products and services

Healthy Planning, Construction & Maintenance of Bridges, Roads, Highways, Parks, Schools, Hospitals, Community Buildings, Government Offices and other Public Spaces.

Compliance with Environmental Standards and Conservation Principles

Investment Planning, Funding and Procurement

Public-Private Partnership Development

Community Improvement Plans and Sustainable Development

ReNew Canada is about rebuilding and reports on current domestic and international green building practices and safer, more resource-efficient modes of demolition, construction, renovation, operation and maintenance. It includes life cycle analysis and cost management for green building construction. Issues focus on green building certification such as LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and profile examples like the public works department building in Charlottetown –- and the Healthy Houses in Riverdale, Ontario

ReNew Canada is about remediation and reviews brownfield redevelopment and clean up activities across Canada with a look at the policies, financial incentives and technologies applied for community revitalization efforts such as TorontoÂ’s Distillery District, MontrealÂ’s Angus Shops Project and VancouverÂ’s Expo Site.

ReNew Canada is about renewables and integrates energy efficiency, renewable energy (wind, solar, alternative fuels, geothermal, hydroelectric, biomass, etc.), cogeneration, passive heating and cooling, district energy systems and conservation programs to reduce infrastructureÂ’s energy footprint.

ReNew Canada magazine profiles the ideas, tools and methods used in successful infrastructure renewal projects. It will describe the public-private partnerships (P3s), design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance of public infrastructure or facilities or the operation of services to meet specific public needs. We will reward smart growth and green construction initiatives because itÂ’s the best thing to do, and increasingly, because we are demanding it.

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