Canadian Consulting Engineer

Company NewsBites

The Toronto Transit Commission has awarded a $35 million project to a joint venture of Delcan, Hatch Mott MacDonald...

March 24, 2006   Canadian Consulting Engineer

The Toronto Transit Commission has awarded a $35 million project to a joint venture of Delcan, Hatch Mott MacDonald and UMA to do project management for its $385-million 2006-2010 capital program. Delcan recently moved offices from Wynford Drive in Toronto to Markham, north of the city.
Kerr Wood Leidal has appointed a new president. The Vancouver-based company is now headed by Mike Currie, P.Eng. Mr. Currie has been with the firm since 1989. He is a past president of the Canadian Water Resources Association and a director of Consulting Engineers of B.C. The current president, Mr. Frank Belfry, P.Eng. will remain at KWL, devoting more time to clients, projects and mentoring young professionals.
McElhanney Consulting Services of Vancouver has announced that its Terrace office will merge with Acer Resource Consulting. Acer is a small firm that has provided environmental management services throughout northwestern B.C. for the past decade. McElhanney has also established a new materials laboratory at its Smithers office under the direction of Bruce Garlick. The laboratory provides soils, aggregate and asphalt testing services. The company has a similar facility in Terrace.


Print this page

Related Stories

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*