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New posts at AMEC, Stantec, Morrison Hershfield, and Associated Engineering


Adam Coulson, P.Eng. has joined AMEC's Earth & Environmental division in Mississauga, Ontario. He will be developin...

Adam Coulson, P.Eng. has joined AMEC’s Earth & Environmental division in Mississauga, Ontario. He will be developing and leading the company’s geomechanics practice in eastern Canada. He was previously with Noranda, working on mining projects in Canada and around the globe.
Don Wilson, senior vice president and chief financial officer of Stantec in Edmonton, has announced he will retire from his role on December 31. Dan Lefaivre, currently vice president of finance and treasure, will take over. Don Wilson has been with Stantec since 1990 and will continue to act as a consultant for the large Canadian consulting engineering firm.
Changes at Morrison Hershfield of Toronto involve an amalgamation of the company’s infrastructure and transportation divisions. Anthony Karakatsanis, P.Eng. has been appointed senior vice president of the amalgamated division. He will be supported by Kevin Pask, P.Eng., as senior vice president of a new national transportation group, and Dwayne Johnston, P.Eng. as vice president of a new infrastructure group. Mr. Karakatsanis was previously senior vice president of the company’s industrial division, which is now headed by vice president Robert Selby, P.Eng.
At Associated Engineering in Burnaby, B.C., Sean Bolongaro, P.Eng. is returning to the company to lead its efforts in developing renewable and environmentally sustainable energy projects. A mechanical engineer with 17 years experience in the U.K. and Canada, Bolongaro will have the title of practice leader, renewable energy.
Also at Associated Engineering, Alan Emery, P.Eng. has been appointed area manager of the Okanagan region in B.C.
Bert Munro, P.Eng., vice president and general manager of Associated Engineering’s Saskatchewan operations was made a Fellow of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering at the CSCE’s annual conference in Quebec City in June.


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