Canadian Consulting Engineer

August-September issue features Canadian War Museum

The August-September issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine is now posted on-line. Features include:

September 30, 2005   Canadian Consulting Engineer

The August-September issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine is now posted on-line. Features include:
“Lest We Forget,” a major study of the dramatic new Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, written by the structural, mechanical and electrical engineers.
“B.C. Cancer Research Centre.” A laboratory and administration building in downtown Vancouver that has an extraordinary environmental performance.
“Scary Rides,” about the revolutionary RoboCoaster by AMEC where riders enter a four-dimensional world.
“Struggles over the RAV.” Like other major engineering projects these days, the new transit line due to be built between downtown Vancouver and the Vancouver International Airport has had to be steered through some stiff local opposition.
“Cultural Divides.” What employees and employers need to be taught.
Plus regular columns on Law, the Bottom Line and Human Edge.
Visit www.canadianconsultingengineer.com and click on the Current Issue cover.

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