The Consulting Engineers of Alberta held its 22nd annual Showcase Awards Gala on February 23rd.
There were 52 projects submitted from a wide cross-section of engineering consulting firms and 15 Awards of Excellence were handed out along with 11 Awards of Merit.
The Awards of Excellence went to:
- Arrow Engineering Inc. in the Building Engineering – Commercial category for The Mayfair on Jasper project.
- DIALOG for the Singhmar Centre for Learning – NorQuest College, in the Building Engineering – Institutional category.
- RJC Engineers in the Building Engineering – Recreational and the Community Development categories for the Rocky Ridge Recreation Facility.
- Hatch won in the Community Outreach & In-House Initiatives category for The Green Line LRT | Setting the Vision project.
- Stantec Consulting won awards in the Environmental category for the Sanitary Grit Treatment and Recovery Facility at Gold Bar Wastewater Treatment Plant; the Sustainable Design category for the City of Calgary Composting Facility; and the Transportation Infrastructure – Bridges category for the Terwillegar Park Footbridge.
- Morrison Hershfield won in the International category for the Dominica Layou River Disaster Management project.
- Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure in the Natural Resources, Mining & Industry category for the East In-Pit Overflow Structure project.
- Associated Engineering won awards in the Project Management category for its Southwest Water Supply Line project and in the Studies, Software & Special Services category for the Northwest Inner-City Drainage Study: Sunnyside Review
- SMA Consulting won in the Small Firm – Big Impact category for Winter is Coming: Failure Analysis of Edmonton International Airport Heating System
- ISL Engineering and Land Services won awards in the Transportation Infrastructure – Roads, Interchanges, Airports, Mass Transit & Ports category for the Macleod Trail/162 Ave. Diverging Diamond Interchange and in the Water Resources & Energy Production category for the Drayton Valley Water Treatment Plant.
Awards of Merit:
- RJC Engineers in the Building Engineering – Institutional category for the Schulich School of Engineering Redevelopment & Expansion.
- MPE Engineering in the Community Development category for the Wheatland Regional Water System
- Stantec in the Community Outreach & In-House Initiatives category for the amiskwaciy Academy Sweat Lodge Shelter and the Sustainable Design category for Sanitary Grit Treatment and Recovery Facility at Gold Bar Wastewater Treatment Plant
- Amec Foster Wheeler in the Environmental category for Namur Lake Off-Grid Air Monitoring Station.
- Golder Associates in Natural Resources, Mining & Industry category for Developing Reclamation Success Criteria and Monitoring Protocols for In Situ Oil Sands Reclamation.
- ISL Engineering and Land Services in the Project Management category for Macleod Trail/162 Ave. Diverging Diamond Interchange
- Al-Terra Engineering in the Small Firm – Big Impact category for the Strathcona County Snow Melt Facility
- SMA Consulting won in the Studies, Software & Special Services category for Failure Analysis of Edmonton International Airport Heating System
- Urban Systems Ltd. in the Transportation Infrastructure – Roads, Interchanges, Airports, Mass Transit & Ports category for the 61 Avenue SW Greenway Corridor project
- And a joint submission from Amec Foster Wheeler; Klohn Crippen Berger; and MPE Engineering Ltd. won in the Water Resources & Energy Production category for Innovative Concept and Designs to Combine Existing Travers and Little Bow Reservoirs.
Ken Pillip, P.Eng. (source: Consulting Engineers of Alberta)
This year the 2018 Lieutenant Governor’s Award went to Ken Pilip, P.Eng., CEO & Registrar, Consulting Engineers of Alberta.
Jordan Brandenburg, P.Eng. (source: Consulting Engineers of Alberta)
And the Harold L. Morrison Rising Young Professional Award was handed to Jordan Brandenburg, P.Eng., a civil engineer with Klohn Crippen Berger.
For a complete wrap up of the awards with more details on each visit Consulting Engineers of Alberta.