People – Appointments, Promotions, etc.
November 1, 2010
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
Williams Engineering has two new additions to its Edmonton office. Bill Temple is now senior engineering manag...
Williams Engineering has two new additions to its Edmonton office. Bill Temple is now senior engineering manager, mechanical. Raymond Surage. is joining the company from the U.K. to become part of the structural engineering team.
Hatch Mott MacDonald has several new high-level staff hires at its offices across Canada. In Mississauga, Ontario, Luke Albanese is now principal project manager-transit. Jim Berry rejoins the Mississauga office as senior vice president, returning after 12 years on secondment, including nine years at Canary Wharf in England. Trevor Cooke is now senior project engineer in the Vancouver office as part of water and wastewater services. David Frykberg is senior project manager-port handling systems in Vancouver. Andrew Gardener comes from the U.K. to the Vancouver office, responsible primarily for growing the rail and transit business. John McGill of Ontario has become vice president for transportation planning across Canada. Don Oliver joins the Calgary office as area manager-structures and facilities. Mark Waer has joined the Vancouver office as a senior specialist-water treatment.
At Kohn Crippen Berger, Brett Stephens has been appointed a principal of the firm. He manages the oil sands group. Chris Dickinson, regional manager of the Australiasian operations, has also been made a principal. Simon Douglas, Rob Charron, Gerrad Suter and Chris Strachotta have all been made associates with the company.