Compost Matters Survey – Your Input is Needed!

Hello, IPOANS Members,                                                         November 10, 206 Halifax Waste Management Resources have invited IPOANS membership to participate in their Compost Matters survey. Compost Matters The City of Halifax is seeking input from IPOANS members on what attributes they feel are important when considering compost processing systems and operations. Information collected will help guide Halifax Waste Management Resources staff in the formation of a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) in which industry will submit proposals to provide solutions to Halifax region’s organics management. To participate go to http://shapeyourcityhalifax.ca/compost-matters to complete a brief survey. Before starting the survey, we suggest you read background information on each question, which can…

Wyse Meter Solutions Inc. Ranks as 29th Fastest-Growing Company in Canada

Wyse Meter Solutions Inc. Ranks as 29th Fastest-Growing Company in Canada  PROFIT and Canadian Business unveils 28th annual list of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies in 2016 Wyse ignites the industry with the most innovative programs in North America Toronto (September 15, 2016) Canadian Business and PROFIT today ranked Wyse Meter Solutions Inc. (Wyse) No. 29 on the 28th annual PROFIT 500, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. The prestigious achievement reinforces that Wyse is unique  – a dominant submetering and utility management company that places its client relationships first. Wyse made the 2016 PROFIT 500 list with 5 year revenue growth…

SOFTENING MARKET

Glut of office space drops prices Record 1.8 million square feet is vacant around the Halifax area, says CBRE expert JAMES RISDON newsroom@herald.ca @chronicleherald The Chronicle Herald – October 15, 2016 Edition A record glut of office space in Halifax is driving down rents, making this a good time for businesses to renegotiate their leases with landlords, says a commercial realtor. “It could be termed a tenants’ market,” Robert Mussett, a senior vice-president with CBRE Ltd. real estate, said in an interview Friday. “It’s a good time to have a conversation with your landlord and others, and evaluate your space…

Fenwick Tower getting a makeover

Energy efficiencies key to first phase; two more to come on former Dal property JAMES RISDON newsroom@herald.ca @chronicleherald The Chronicle Herald – October 14, 2016 Edition The view from the top floor of Fenwick Tower — now called the Vüze at South Village — in the south end of Halifax is breathtaking. But, these days, there’s no one there to see it. The 33-storey apartment building’s top 10 floors are empty. Joe Metlege’s Templeton Properties, the building’s landlord, has gutted those floors right down to the concrete. Workers have ripped out studs and drywall and are replacing old electrical wiring,…