News from Trow, EBA, SGTM, ADI and AXOR
Trow Global headquartered in Brampton, Ontario, has announced a strategic alliance with Velocitel Inc. as a means o...
Trow Global headquartered in Brampton, Ontario, has announced a strategic alliance with Velocitel Inc. as a means of delivering “world class consulting services to the wireless telecommunications industry.” Velocitel is a wireless network services company with its headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.
EBA Engineering of Edmonton has committed to a further 7-years support and $350,000 for Partners in the Horn of Africa. The aid organization builds clean water and other community facilities in Ethiopia, where only 25% of the people have access to clean water. EBA has been supporting Partners in the Horn of Africa for three years already.
Groupe SGTM, a consortium of the consulting engineering companies SNC-Lavalin and Tecsult, won the Montreal Project of the Year Award from the Project Management Institute-Montreal. They won the award for the 5.2-kilometre extension to Line 2 of the Montreal Metro toward Laval. The client, Agence metropolitaine de transport (AMT) were joint winners with Groupement SGTM.
ADI of Fredericton, New Brunswick has won two multi-million dollar design-build contracts to install its membrane bioreactor system in plants in the United States. At the Golden Flake food processing plant in Birmingham, Alabama, a 400,000 gpd ADI-MBR facility will treat effluent and allow it to be directly discharged to an adjacent stream. At the MillerCoors plant in Elkton, Virginia a new ADI-MBR will treat effluent from two existing anaerobic reactors to meet stricter limits for nitrogen and phosphorous discharge.
Engineering company AXOR was in charge of the construction and developer of the new Bell Sports Complex in Brossard, near Montreal, which was officially opened on February 25. The complex has two ice arenas and will be the training facility for the Montreal Canadiens. It also includes a gymnasium, medical clinic and year-round soccer playing field.