Yellow Quill First Nation water treatment system wins two Saskatchewan awards
Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan announced the winners of its annual awards on Wednesday, November 17. The winn...
Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan announced the winners of its annual awards on Wednesday, November 17. The winners are on view at the Saskatoon Airport until mid-December 2004.
A prize to an individual for outstanding achievements and contributions to the consulting engineering and geoscience industry in the province went to Daniel Hogan, P.Eng. of Associated Engineering of Saskatoon. He won the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Meritorious Achievement Award.
Associated Engineering (Sask.) also won an Award of Excellence for its Yellow Quill First Nation Integrated Bi-Membrane Water Treatment System. It won awards of excellence in both the technology innovation and infrastructure categories.
The awards are called the Brian Eckel Awards of Excellence.
Other award winners are:
Bullee Consulting for the Town of Maple Creek Water Treatment Plant Upgrade: award of excellence in the infrastructure category; award of merit in the technology innovation category.
Clifton & Associates for the Wascana Creek Rehabilitation Project for the City of Regina: award of excellence in the environmental category.
UMA Engineering for the Canadian Light Source at the University of Saskatchewan: award of excellence in the project partnering category.
Awards of merit went to Cochrane Engineering for the City of Regina Study of its Wastewater Collection System (infrastructure category), and to PINTER & Associates for the Riverdale Site Remediation Project for the City of Saskatoon (environmental category).
Christopher Mullens of Saskatoon won the Brian Eckel Memorial Scholarship, which recognizes academic performance and community volunteer activities by engineering students. Christopher is a student at the University of Saskatchewan.