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Canadian Light Source wins two Saskatchewan awards

Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan have announced the winners of their third annual awards.


Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan have announced the winners of their third annual awards.

The celebration was held in Saskatoon on Wednesday, November 26 at the Sheraton Cavalier Hotel, attended by the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan and over 200 people.

Two awards went to Loken Engineering Services for the Canadian Light Source, a remarkable science research project that involves building a massive machine called a synchrotron at the University of Saskatchewan. The synchotron produces the brightest light possible, billions of times more intense than the sun (See Canadian Consulting Engineer’s December 200 issue).

Criteria for the judging of the CES awards – named the CES 2003 Brian Eckel Awards – include technical excellence and innovation, added value, management of risk, and benefit to society. The judges belong to professional associations, universities, or are eminent professional engineers or geoscientists not engaged in consulting practice.

The winning projects are
Wardrop Engineering Inc.
CES 2003 Brian Eckel Award of Excellence in the Building Science Category
T. C. Douglas Building Rehabilitation, Regina

Associated Engineering (Sask.) Ltd.
CES 2003 Brian Eckel Award of Excellence in the Environmental Category
South East Sector Storm Water Management Master Plan for the City of Saskatoon

Wardrop Engineering Inc.
CES 2003 Brian Eckel Awards of Excellence in the Infrastructure Category
Composite Steel Glulam Roof Trusses for Structural Upgrade of the Biggar Jubilee Stadium in Biggar, Saskatchewan

Loken Engineering Services
CES 2003 Brian Eckel Award of Excellence in the Project Partnering Category
Soft X-Ray Spectromicroscopy Beamline for the Canadian Light Source

Loken Engineering Services
CES 2003 Brian Eckel Award of Excellence in the Technology Innovation Category
Soft X-Ray Spectromicroscopy Beamline for the Canadian Light Source

Cochrane Engineering Ltd.
CES 2003 Brian Eckel Award of Merit in the Building Science Category
First Nations University of Canada

Earth Tech (Canada) Inc.
CES 2003 Brian Eckel Award of Merit in the Environmental Category
City of Prince Albert – Biosolids Composting Facility

Stantec Consulting Ltd.
CES 2003 Brian Eckel Award of Merit in the Project Partnering Category
Quance Street / Pilot Butte Creek Relocation, City of Regina

Wardrop Engineering Inc.
CES 2003 Brian Eckel Award of Merit in the Technology Innovation Category
Composite Steel – Glulam Roof Trusses for Structural Upgrade of the Biggar Jubilee Stadium in Biggar, Saskatchewan

Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Meritorious Achievement Award goes to Wayne Clifton, P.Eng.

Her Honour the Honourable Dr. Lynda M. Haverstock, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan presented the award named after her position to Wayne Clifton, D. Sc., P. Eng., President and CEO of Clifton Associates Ltd. of Regina. The award was established by CES to recognize an individual for contributions to the engineering and geoscience industry in Saskatchewan. taking into consideration the individual’s service to the community.

Project details are on the CES web site or telephone Gordon Beck, P. Eng, Executive Director at CES, tel. 306-359-3338
www.ces.sk.ca