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Rockliffe pathway in Ottawa wins top CEO award

At the 2014 Ontario Consulting Engineering Awards held at the Liberty Grand in downtown Toronto on Saturday, April 12, an Ottawa firm won the top Willis Chipman Award.
Apr 23, 2014

Port Mann, Highway 1 improvements win top award in B.C.

The Association of Consulting Engineering Companies British Columbia (ACEC-BC) handed out its annual awards at a gala dinner held Saturday night April 12, at the Vancouver Convention Centre West.
Apr 15, 2014

Waterloo Region set to build its first light rapid transit

The rapidly growing region of Waterloo that lies southwest of Toronto is pressing ahead with building a light rapid transit system.
Apr 8, 2014

Edmonton's new NHL arena under way

Construction began in early March on the new NHL arena in downtown Edmonton. Rogers Place arena is located just north of 104 Avenue, between 104 Street and 102 Street.
Apr 1, 2014

Engineers help renovate historic courthouse in St. Thomas

A 150-year old courthouse that has been a landmark in St. Thomas, Ontario, began a new life this month following extensive renovations.
Mar 25, 2014

Halifax Central Library under way

The Halifax Central Library is shaping up to be a new landmark in Nova Scotia's capital city, with completion scheduled for August this year.
Mar 10, 2014

Bridge in Banff wins Wood Design Award

Gerald Epp of Fast + Epp Structural Engineers in Vancouver received the Engineer Award at the 2014 Wood Design Awards in B.C., held March 3. The awards cited his project the Bow River Bridge in Banff, Alberta, as "one of the longest timber...
Mar 4, 2014

Downsview Park Station

In a previous age, transit stations only needed to connect riders between different transit modes — subway, train or streetcar — operating as part of a single transit system. Today, however, the need to improve transit mobility...
Mar 1, 2014

Aluminum Bridge Decks

In Canada and the United States aluminum is widely used in highway bridge components like guardrails, luminaires, and signage, while structural applications have been limited to pedestrian bridges, sidewalk or bicycle path additions to existing...
Mar 1, 2014

Cleaning Up Effluent

Each year, Canadian waters receive billions of litres of untreated wastewater. After a number of high profile prosecutions of municipalities for depositing these “deleterious substances,” and after three years of consultation on...
Mar 1, 2014

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