Canadian Consulting Engineer
“Graduate Pursuits,” a feature on employing students, is in latest issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer posted on-lineEngineering
The December 2005 issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer is now posted online at our website www.canadianconsultinge...
The December 2005 issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer is now posted online at our website www.canadianconsultingengineer.com.
Features include “Graduate Pursuits,” a study on how consulting engineers are finding they need to boost their profile on university campuses in order to recruit the most talented engineers. Many firms are finding it difficult to find experienced management staff and realize it is partly a result of neglecting to recruit and train young engineers in recent years
Also featured is the beautiful College Jean-de-Brebeuf, a historic seminary that is now a private college in Montreal. It is enjoying major savings in its energy bills — $100,000 a year — after the mechanical systems were upgraded by Dessau Soprin.
We all like to keep cool but hate the annoying noise from HVAC equipment. An article by Emanual Mouratidis of Aercoustic Engineering explains a new calculation model that will help mechanical engineers reduce the noise from mechanical equipment.
Two landmark tunnels in Montreal that were refurbished are studied, and Vic Wilensky makes “The Case for Print” in promoting your firm.
The Engineers & the Law column, “Turf Wars,” by Jane Sidnell of Miller Thomson, tracks the ongoing dispute between engineers and architects in Manitoba over who has the right to design what buildings.