Martijn van den Berk becomes vp of the newly-created group within the company’s transportation national business line.
Victoria Walsh joins the Vancouver intelligent integrated systems team, and Ed daSilva becomes an associate in Edmonton.
The move will bolster Golder’s services for underground structures including complex shafts and tunnels.
North American water treatment specialists add support to their commercial/industrial offering while also strengthening the corporate team.
The new combined entity, with revenues of $11 billion, has operations in more than 60 countries with around 55,000 people.
She is responsible for the growth and management of the interior architecture & design studio, business development and oversees all interiors projects for the Toronto office.
Bronk has a civil engineering degree from Queen’s University and an MBA from the University of Toronto.
The full day open house featured demonstrations of biomass and gas-fired condensing boilers.
The firm has two free exhibits in its lobby and will host an open house on Friday, Sept. 29.
Most recently, he served three years on the Board of Directors and as director-in-charge of JLR’s Sudbury and North Bay offices, as well as the Industrial & Mining Division.
Dole Contracting Inc. of Woodbridge, Ontario, was convicted of breaching the Professional Engineers Act by the Ontario Court of Justice.
Eligible projects must have been completed from January 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017.
The specialized care centres, among the largest in Canada, was recognized for its energy efficiency initiatives.
Company establishing one of the world’s most advanced centres for wind tunnel research and rapid prototyping and modelling.
Euro Sun Mining selected the consulting firms for its Rovina Valley Gold and Copper project.
The company has established independent security and fire businesses.
JNH and Mircom have had a longstanding association, working closely for over 15 years.
Oshawa-based company is among five companies selected as a Startup of the Year finalist for the Tech Fest Awards in the UK.
Two US$2,500 scholarships are available to undergraduate and graduate civil engineering students attending schools in Ontario.
Leggette, Brashears and Graham is a 150-employee groundwater and environmental engineering services firm headquartered in Shelton, Connecticut.
In her new role, McCall will oversee regional business development not only in Parsons’ civil/structural division, but also in Parsons’ transport, systems, and industrial divisions.
Verster has graduate degrees in both engineering and business and a post-graduate diploma in law, most recently he was managing director of Britain’s Network Rail.
Gardner has served as project manager or director for South of Fraser Rapid Transit (Surrey, BC), Evergreen Line Advanced Rapid Transit (Vancouver) and Valley Line (Edmonton)
Effective January 1, 2018, Jobke will replace Kerry Rudd in role of president, while Rudd retains CEO title.
The move follows the retirement of president and co-CEO Vladimir Stritesky as of July 31.
MTE now has 30 staff in London, Ontario since opening an office there last year.
Ashwani Girdhar will focus on growing sales and supporting Canadian customers of Danfoss’ hydronic comfort controls portfolio.
Scott Barbour has been named president and CEO, succeeding Joe Chlapaty, who has served in that capacity since 2004.
Founder Peter Vieveen has retired as president of the company, turning the leadership over to Jordan Sherlock.
Reist joins Viscor from OSRAM where he held the position of national director of specifications.