Canadian Consulting Engineer

Canadian Consulting Engineer scores a gold

Canadian Consulting Engineer has won a Gold Award at the 2004 Canadian Business Press Awards.

July 12, 2004   Canadian Consulting Engineer

Canadian Consulting Engineer has won a Gold Award at the 2004 Canadian Business Press Awards.
An article that appeared in the December 2003 issue, “The New Eccentrics,” written by the editor, Bronwen Parsons, won the top prize in the category called Best Resource Article. The article was about the challenges of engineering for two additions to buildings in downtown Toronto — the Art College of Ontario’s Sharp Centre for Design, and the Michael A. Lee-Chin Crystal being built at the Royal Ontario Museum.
Another Canadian Consulting Engineer article covering the developments at Toronto Pearson International Airport entitled “Thinking Big,” was in the Top Five for the same category. The author appeared in the August-September 2003 edition and was written by various authors, including Michael Meschino, P.Eng. of Yolles, Bob Lymer, P.Eng. of Mulvey + Banani, John Lowden, P.Eng. of the Mitchell Partnership/Smith and Anderson, and freelancer
George Peer, P.Eng.
The awards were handed out in a gala dinner at the Old Mill ballroom on June 7.
This is the second time in three years that Canadian Consulting Engineer has won a Gold Award in the business press awards, which are named after Kenneth R. Wilson.


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