Hy-Grade Precast Concrete will continue to operate under the Hy-Grade name and become the third Ontario manufacturing facility for Con Cast Pipe: Puslinch, Oakville and St. Catharines.
Seven Awards of Excellence and nine Awards of Merit were handed out to member firms, and ACEC-BC also recognized two individuals and a client of the year as well.
Selection of an engineering consultant will begin this year, and once design and engineering are complete construction could begin as early as fall 2019.
Katie McPherson, part of Vancouver’s office of emergency management for five years, has been appointed the city’s Chief Resilience Officer.
Construction of the LEED Gold wastewater plant is expected to begin this spring with completion slated for December 2020.
Rising 60 meters above ground, with a view stretching 28 km, the observation wheel features 42 temperature-controlled gondolas.
Approved hospital upgrades include a new inpatient/outpatient care tower, expansion and renovation of the treatment and support service department as well as expanded parking.
Engineering assessments have been ongoing and the ministry now has concluded that a bridge, capable of accommodating water flow levels similar to those last year, is the appropriate permanent solution at Commotion Creek.
The water projects will receive a combined total of $23 million from the Feds and the province of Quebec.
Harbour City Solutions consortium, the winning bidders for the biosolids project, include Synagro, Bird Construction, Maple Reinders and Cole Engineering.
The province is seeking highway funding from the Feds and the Township of Langley. Design work is expected to start in the fall of 2017.
After six-and-a-half years as president and CEO of Metrolinx, McCuaig will now support the launch of the Canada Infrastructure Bank.
A new two-lane, three-span, concrete bridge will replace existing bridge that was built in 1915.
Total cost of the wastewater transmission project is estimated to run over $70 million.
The $21.6 million includes $882,000 for planning and $20.6 million to construct the consolidated High Prairie campus.
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 13 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.