News snippets from consulting engineers across Canada
February 23, 2007
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
The Wood Buffalo Environmental Association in Alberta has selected engineering company Earth Tech to maintain a net...
The Wood Buffalo Environmental Association in Alberta has selected engineering company Earth Tech to maintain a network that monitors ambient air quality in the Athabasca Oilsands region. The network collects data round the clock on the amount of sulphur dioxide, hydrocarbons, nitric oxide and other substances.
Dessau Soprin of Montreal has been named one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed companies by an independent national jury from 200 finalists. The program is run by a group that includes CIBC, Deloitte, Queen’s School of Business and the National Post. Dessau Soprin is also celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
AMEC has hired an international dam expert. Dr. Mickey M. Davachi, P.Eng. has 38 years of experience on projects around the world in the geotechnical field, with particular expertise in the design and construction of dams, due diligence and environmental assessment work.
Marshall Macklin Monaghan of Toronto has announced nine new partners. They are: Tony Chan, P.Eng., Jianping Jiang, P.Eng., Alex Y.T. Lui, P.Eng., Paul Nimigon, BES, Peter Overton, Meiric Preece, P.Eng., Craig Rose, CET, Roger St. Louis, P.Eng., and Slavek Strzemieczny, P.Eng.Structural engineering consultants Halcrow Yolles of Toronto have opened a new office in Calgary. The firm is already involved in several projects in Calgary, including the Bow tower and the SAIT Polytechnic Trades and Technology Complex. Brock Schroeder, P.Eng. has been appointed as a principal in charge of the design team and developing business at the Calgary practice.