Three Canadian schools won awards: École de Technologie Supérieure, Montreal; Ryerson University, Toronto; and the University of Windsor.
Yamashita is a professional engineer with almost 30 years of experience working in the rail industry for Canadian Pacific.
Funding for the initiative was allocated in Budget 2017 and design will commence this summer.
From a record number of 56 project entries, a total of 15 Awards of Excellence and 15 Awards of Merit were handed out.
The contract includes the construction of three storage cells designed to safely isolate low-level radioactive waste and complete infrastructure for area remediation.
The proposal is a two-lane all-season gravel road with culverts and/or double-lane bridges over water crossings as necessary.
The new “Way Forward” plan includes infrastructure investments over the next five years.
Combined funding from the Feds and B.C. government totals $373.2 million.
Due to multiple requests, the new Stage 1 deadline is – Tuesday, April 4 – Get your entries in.
The firm is adding three experienced transportation engineers to its Toronto office: David Bannister, Yousef Kimiagar and Magdy Samaan.
This is the first of three integrated projects totalling an estimated $765 million to put in place a modern, efficient wastewater treatment system.
30 municipalities in the Chaudière-Appalaches region will be able to complete projects that meet their needs related to drinking water and wastewater treatment infrastructure.
The fixed-priced contract is to design, build, finance and maintain the Highway 427 expansion project.
Notices of Intention to Enter are due by next Tuesday, March 21, 2017.
The 32-storey office tower will be built to LEED platinum specifications and will target WELL certification.
The Delta highways project includes five major improvements to roadway structures and the construction of an additional 15-kilometres of highway and interchange ramps.
Infrastructure projects include solid waste management, drinking water, wastewater management, highways, roads, bridges and more.
The projects announced involve upgrades to roofing, mechanical systems and accessibility.
Cost reductions are primarily the result of efficient design of integrated water supply and disinfection facilities and an overall net increase in water system operating pressure.
The award recognizes the controls system used in the construction of the Air Mobility Training Centre, CFB Trenton, located in Trenton, Ontario.
City is adopting the 2015 National Building Code permitting wood frame construction of up to six-stories.
The awards recognized leadership and innovation in structural and architectural use of wood.
The new bridge crossing the Miramichi River will feature a wider cross-section and be able to accommodate the region’s traffic needs.
The new wastewater treatment plant will use an effective and low-energy treatment process.
New specifications and guidelines will be ready and released as soon as 2020.
Di Roma leads Ware Malcomb’s growth and expansion in Canada.
It’s taken us just three years to exceed the amount of investment committed to road renewal that councils invested in the previous six years: Mayor
A team from Montreal claimed the refrigeration project excellence award for an oil transfer and recycling system for ammonia (R-717) refrigeration installations within local hockey arenas.
The Alberta government is creating a $36-million rebate program for solar installation on residential and commercial buildings.
With over a decade of experience at NDY offices in London and Melbourne, Chan’s electrical engineering expertise will add electrical services to the Canadian market.