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FSC Architects and Engineers (FSC) has announced new positions in association with its celebration of 35 years in business. FSC is the largest multi-disciplinary consulting practice in Northern Canada.

January 31, 2011   Canadian Consulting Engineer

FSC Architects and Engineers (FSC) has announced new positions in association with its celebration of 35 years in business. FSC is the largest multi-disciplinary consulting practice in Northern Canada.

The new positions include Rod Savoie as Chief Executive Officer, and Kevin Hodgins as Chief Operating Officer. The duo succeed Jerry Jaud who was operations manager of FSC for 10 years and will stay on with the firm.

Rod Savoie is based in FSC’s Whitehorse branch. He has been with FSC since 1987, acting as project manager, head electrical designer, LEED professional and design engineer throughout northern Canada and internationally. Kevin Hodgins will be based in the Yellowknife office. Warren McLeod is now head of civil engineering, Terry Gray is head of architectural operations, and Rodney Kirkwood is head of architectural design.

CH2M Hill has appointed Doug Willoughby as Regional Business Group manager to lead the transportation business in Canada.

Gaétan Samson, chief of service in the Buildings division of SNC-Lavalin, was awarded the Merité du Conseil interprofessionnel du Québec (Interprofessional Council of Quebec). He was given the award at the Quebec Order of Engineers (OIQ) on December 9. The award was established in 1990.

DIALOG’s has added two principals to the company. They are Naresh K. Arora, an electrical engineer in the Toronto office, and Mark Wallace, a mechanical engineer in the Calgary office. DIALOG is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm (incorporating Cohos Evamy, Mole White Associates, Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden, and Office for Urbanism). The company now has 36 principals spread over its Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver offices.

Read Jones Christoffersen has appointed three new principals and eight associates. The three principals are Doug Watts in Vancouver, Brock Schroeder in Calgary, and Sean Smith in Toronto. The associates are Reza Anjam, Josif Golubovic, Thomas Poon, Mark Bowen, Bryan Colvin, Jeremy Horst, Brent Lodge and Mike Pond.


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