Company News Round-Up – Halcrow, Golder, McElhanney, Alberta Steel Design Awards
Chris Andrews, P.Eng., former president of Carruthers & Wallace, structural engineers of Toronto, has joined Halcrow. Mr. Andrews is responsible for the growth of Halcrow's Canadian operations in Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver.
Chris Andrews, P.Eng., former president of Carruthers & Wallace, structural engineers of Toronto, has joined Halcrow. Mr. Andrews is responsible for the growth of Halcrow’s Canadian operations in Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver.
Golder Associates has created 40 new principals and associates with its organization. The new principals are Gary Barrett, Ian Hers, Paul Schlotfeldt, Jean Phillip Bechtold, Gerald Imada, Rob Traynor, Dave Bourbeau, Chris Kellestine, Thomas (Tim) Whalen, Phil Bruch, Chris Lee, Jim Wilson, Michael Cant, Keith Lesarge, Willy Zawadzki, Hugh Daechsel, Andrew Mason, Andy Haynes and J.E. (Ted) O’Neill.
The McElhanney Group of B.C. has won a silver Axiom Award for its centenary history book, Maps, Mountains & Mosquitoes: the McElhanney Story, 191-2010. The book was written by Katherine Gordon. The Axiom Awards are for business books worldwide. The ceremony will be held in New York in May. CCE published an excerpt from the book in the August-September 2010 issue. Click here.
Winners in the 2011 Alberta Steel Design Awards of Excellence given by the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction were announced on March 24. The Architectural award went to the Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton, with Randall Stout/HIP as architects and DeSimone Consulting Engineers, BPTEC-DNW and Ledcor Construction on the team. The Bow office tower in Calgary won the Engineering Award, with Halcrow Yolles as structural engineer, Foster and Partners/Zeidler Partnership as architects, and Ledcor as general contractor. The Dawson Bridge Rehabilitation won the Sustainability Award, with DIALOG as the engineer.