Company News Round-Up: Dessau, Teknika-HBA, Williams Engineering, Cohos Evamy, etc.
Dessau won an award of excellence in the 4th Canadian GeoExchange Awards given in Montreal in June. They won f...
Dessau won an award of excellence in the 4th Canadian GeoExchange Awards given in Montreal in June. They won for the Palais de justice de Cowansville project. Teknika-HBA won an honourable mention for the Centre intégré de formation et d’innovation technologique de Victoriaville.
Cohos Evamy integratedesign received double honours at the Prairie Design Awards in Saskatoon, June 23. The multi-disciplinary firm won awards of merit for the Calgary Zoo North Gate Redevelopment Project, and one for the Royal Canadian Pacific Entry Pavilion in Calgary. The tri-provincial awards are held every two years for architecture and interior design.
Williams Engineering has been accredited by the Pacific Carbon Trust to conduct validations and verifications for carbon offset projects. The Pacific Carbon Trust is a crown corporation of B.C. that buys and sells carbon credits.
Several Canadians were listed in the honour rolls at ASHRAE’s annual meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico in June. An Exceptional Service Award went to T. David Underwood, P.Eng., retired president of Isotherm Engineering in Mississauga, Ontario. A Distinguished Service Award went to Erich Binder, president of Erich Binder Consulting of Calgary, Alberta. Another Distinguished Service Award went to George F. Carscallen, P.Eng., consulting engineer of Lansdowne, Ontario, and to John T. Dugan of Ottawa, Ontario.
Jean-Gabriel Joannette, P.Eng, a project manager at Pageau Morel and Associates in Montreal, won the Dan Mills Technical Award; and Nicolas Lemire, ing., a principal with Pageau Morel and Associates won an ASHRAE Student Activities Achievement Award. Nathan A. Kotey, Ph.D of Brampton, Ontario won the Homer Addams Award, given to encourage graduate student research.