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Sean Brophy, P.Eng., former president of Dayton & Knight of North Vancouver, and former president of Opus Dayton-Knight Consultants, has been appointed President of Opus International Consultants (Canada). Dayton & Knight merged with...

July 25, 2011   Canadian Consulting Engineer

Sean Brophy, P.Eng., former president of Dayton & Knight of North Vancouver, and former president of Opus Dayton-Knight Consultants, has been appointed President of Opus International Consultants (Canada). Dayton & Knight merged with Opus International Consultants in December 2010.

AMEC has appointed Andy Sallis as president, AMEC Oil & Gas Americas. Sallis has been with AMEC for 23 years and has been responsible for onshore and offshore projects around the world.

CH2M HILL has appointed Gareth Lifton, P.Eng. the firm’s global leader for asset management. Based in Calgary, Lifton is a senior principal within the utility management solutions practice. He is currently lead asset management consultant for the cities of Metro Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, Windsor and Ottawa.

Emmanuelle Sauriol, ing., director of corporate responsibility and sustainable development at Dessau of Montreal, has been invited to join the board of the International Institute for Sustainable Development. The IISD board consists of 23 leaders from around the world. The organization has 70 permanent researchers and staff, and 150 associate researchers.

Two employees of Delcan’s Toronto office have been recognized by the Toronto Transit Commission for outstanding performance. Stephanie Rice of the company is the manager responsible for property acquisitions, approvals, etc. for the TTC’s transit expansion program including the Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown LRT. David Veights is currently the senior project coordinator for the 20-km., LRT line.


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