Four projects win awards in Saskatchewan
The news of the 2007 Awards given by Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan posted December 7 on this website listed ...
The news of the 2007 Awards given by Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan posted December 7 on this website listed seven projects that were “recognized” by the program. However, only four of the projects received the CES 2007 Brian Eckel Award of Excellence or Merit.
UMA Engineering won two awards of excellence for the Marquis Industrial Trunk Sewer. The project won in the infrastructure category and the project partnering category. It also won an award of merit in the building science category.
Stantec Consulting won two Brian Eckel Awards of Excellence for the Circle Drive Pedestrian Bridge in Saskatoon. One award was in the technology innovation category, and the other was in the building science category. The project also won an award of merit in the infrastructure category
UMA won an award of merit in the environmental category for the Cigar Lake Permanent Access Road.
Pavement Scientific International won an award of merit for the Cold In-Place Recycling of Regina Streets with Blended Cements and Asphalt Emulsion.
Stuart Middleton, P.Eng. was named as the 2007 recipient of the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Meritorious Achievement Award. The award recognizes contribution to the engineering and geoscience industry. Mr. Middleton is with AMEC Americas as
Technical Director in Saskatoon. He has over 35 years experience in
engineering and project management for the mining, mineral processing
and chemical industries, and specializes in potash operation design.
For more details, visit www.ces.sk.ca
The original December 7 news item has been removed from the CCE website archives.