Awards announced in Alberta
February 18, 2008 | By Canadian Consulting Engineer
Consulting Engineers of Alberta handed out the 2008 Showcase Awards on February 1. This year's theme for the celebr...
Consulting Engineers of Alberta handed out the 2008 Showcase Awards on February 1. This year’s theme for the celebrations, which were held at the Shaw Centre in Edmonton, was a “Black and White Affair.”
Congratulations to the following firms who won Awards of Excellence:
AMEC for the Application of Ground Penetrating Radar for River Ice Surveys in the Athabasca River (studies, software and special projects category);
CH2M Hill for the Glencoe Storm Sewer Upgrade in Calgary (community development, environmental, water resources categories), and for the Public Art Plan for the Expressive Potential of Utility Infrastructure in Calgary (community outreach category);
ISL Engineering and Land Services for the Driftpile Water Treatment and System Upgrade in Driftpile First Nation (project management category);
MMM Group for the Anthony Henday Drive SE Ring Road (transportation category);
Stantec Consulting for the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute (building engineering, sustainable design categories).
Congratulations also to the winners of Awards of Merit:
AMEC for the E.L. Smith Water Treatment Plant On-site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation System;
Associated Engineering/UMA/AMEC for the Whitemud Creek Arch Structure;
BPTEC-DNW Engineering for the Health Research Innovation Facility at the University of Manitoba;
Cohos Evamy for Cohos Evamy Integrateddesign, and for the Millennium Plaza, Shumka Stage in Edmonton.
D.A. Watt Consulting for the Gateway Regional Commercial Centre and Business Park in Airdrie;
Morrison Hershfield for the 25/26 Avenue SE, Blackfoot Trail Connector Transportation Planning Study in Calgary;
Stantec Consulting for the MacEwan Robbins Health Learning Centre in Edmonton, for the Turner Valley Gas Plant Project Site Protection and Remediation, and for the Woodlands Water Park Rehabilitation in St. Albert.
UMA Engineering for the McNight Boulevard and 36 Street NE Interchange in Calgary, and for the Qu’Appelle South Irrigation Project in Saskatchewan.