Company news updates: Associated Engineering, CIMA+, Golder, Ecosystem, DIALOG, Elementa
Saskatchewan's Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure and SaskBuilds has initiated planning for a new bypass around the city of Regina and has selected Associated Engineering as owner's engineer. The company is partnering with CIMA+ and Golder...
Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure and SaskBuilds has initiated planning for a new bypass around the city of Regina and has selected Associated Engineering as owner’s engineer. The company is partnering with CIMA+ and Golder Associates on the project. The proposed Regina Bypass Project consists of more than 200 kilometres of new and existing roadways and will connect to Highway 11 in the north and Highway 1 in the south. Key members of Associated Engineer’s team include Martin Rowland, John Fussell, Angela Hickie-Miller and Stella Madsen, while more than 60 staff from across the country have contributed to the fast track project.
Quebec based Ecosystem were the energy efficiency and sustainability partners with Lakeridge Health which was named the Green Hospital of the Year on November 4 in Toronto. The award was selected from 90 submissions and given by the Ontario Hospital Association (OHA) and the Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care (CCGHC). Lakeridge Health is located in the Durham Region of southern Ontario east of Toronto. It implemented energy retrofits at its four hospital sites, including adding solar photovoltaics, LED lighting and the conversion of several steam heating systems to hot water. The retrofits generate annual savings of over $1.3 million.
DIALOG and a New York architect Snohetta have been selected from 38 international submissions to be the designers for a New Central Library in Calgary. The $245-million new library will be adjacent to City Hall in the East Village, the original heart of Calgary and represents the single largest investment in a public cultural facility since the 1988 Olympic Games.
Elementa Group, an energy-from-waste company based in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario has won a 2013 Defense Energy Technology Challenge/Utility Technology Challenge Award. Together with their U.S. partner Battelle, Elementa was presented the award at the US Defense Energy Summit on November 11-13 in Austin, Texas. Elementa’s clean “Steam Reformation” technology uses high temperature SR in a non-oxidizing environment to chemically break down carbon-based materials into a clean syngas. It does not generate noxious oxides and can be used to generate electricity or produce hydrogen and a variety of liquid fuels.