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AECOM Technology has won a US $82-million contract to design a highspeed rail terminus in Hong Kong. The multi-leve...

July 13, 2009   Canadian Consulting Engineer

AECOM Technology has won a US $82-million contract to design a highspeed rail terminus in Hong Kong. The multi-level terminus will be the largest underground station of its kind, with a fooprint of more than 25 acres. Located near the proposed West Kowloon Cultural District, the station will be the southernmost terminus of China’s high-speed railway network and will be developed as a gateway to Mainland China.

MTE Consultants of Waterloo, Ontario has received a Circle of Excellence Award from PSMJ Resources. The honour is given to the top 20 per cent of architectural/engineering/construction companies in North America who participate in PSMJ’s financial performance survey. Companies are ranked according to their ranking in business operations such as cash flow, overhead control, staff utilization and overall profitability. MTE also won last year.

Genivar of Montreal has acquired Wm. Walker Engineering, a multidisciplinary firm in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Wm. Walker Engineering  has 15 employees and was founded in 1981.

SNC-Lavalin is investing US $70 million in Astoria Energy II to develop, own and operate a new natural gas plant in New York City.

Enermodal Engineering of Kitchener, Ontario has pledged to eliminate its carbon emissions within 10 years. The green building consulting firm is one of three companies to sign on to Waterloo Region’s carbon initiative as a gold partner.

 


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