First consultant awards announced in Saskatchewan
Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan announced the winners of its First Annual Awards of Excellence in June. Winner...
Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan announced the winners of its First Annual Awards of Excellence in June. Winners were UMA Engineering for the Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Facility (see CCE December 2000). UMA is doing project construction management and engineering for the conventional facility, and support engineering for the $174 million science facilities. Subconsultants include Amec Earth & Environmental, Dr. Bruce Sparling and BKL. UMA won another award of excellence for the Town of Biggar Treated Sewage Effluent Disposal Project, done in association with Henry Perspectives.
Stantec Consulting won an award of excellence for the Grant Road Park Detention Facility which was constructed last year to provide improved flood protection for residents of Whitmore Park in South Regina. Bosgoed Project Consultants won an award of merit for the Treaty Four Governance Centre, Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan, a First Nations complex including legislative assembly and office. The first phase opened in September 2000 and was built by a workforce made up of 65% First Nations people.