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Company News Round-Up: AECOM, Associated Engineering, CH2M HILL, Exp, SNC-Lavalin

AECOM (Tom Kara, P.Eng.) designed a new covered outdoor hockey rink at Greenwood Park in east Toronto. The $3.4 million facility is the first of its kind in Toronto. Beside the outdoor rink is a 215-m long, landscaped leisure skating path.

December 20, 2013   Canadian Consulting Engineer

AECOM (Tom Kara, P.Eng.) designed a new covered outdoor hockey rink at Greenwood Park in east Toronto. The $3.4 million facility is the first of its kind in Toronto. Beside the outdoor rink is a 215-m long, landscaped leisure skating path.

Associated Engineering designed a new $8.9-million reservoir that opened at the end of November in Estevan, Saskatchewan. The underground north water reservoir holds 6 million litres and was installed to improve water pressure in the city.

CH2M HILL has been selected by TransCanada to do front-end engineering and design for the 400-kilometre, 42-inch pipeline on the Saint John Extension of the Energy East Project in New Brunswick. It is the second major contract that CH2M HILL has won with TransCanada on the Energy East Project which is to convert an existing 3,000-kilometre natural gas pipeline enable it to transport oil from Alberta to refineries in eastern Canada. The Canada East Project involves a total of 1,500 kilometres of new pipeline construction.

Also in New Brunswick, EXP Services designed the $83-million One Mile House Interchange in Saint John that was completed this month. The interchange includes a 600-metre structure and associated ramps and roadways that connect Route 1 to Bayside Drive. It crosses the CN rail yard, Marsh Creek and Rothesay Avenue and is designed to improve access in this industrial area of the city.

SNC-Lavalin has been given a contract to provide engineering services for the Iraq Export Pipeline Project. Awarded by the Iraq Ministry of Oil’s State Company for Oil Projects (SCOP), the contract is for SNC-Lavalin to help with front-end engineering design, tendering and evaluation, engineering, procurement and construction. The work will be done by SNC-Lavalin’s offices in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.


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