AWARDS: B.C. and Manitoba recognize engineering excellence
In March, Consulting Engineers of British Columbia announced their 2002 award winners at a gala evening attended by the province's Lieutenant Governor. Buckland & Taylor won the Lieutenant-Governor's ...
In March, Consulting Engineers of British Columbia announced their 2002 award winners at a gala evening attended by the province’s Lieutenant Governor. Buckland & Taylor won the Lieutenant-Governor’s award for the Lions’ Gate Suspension Bridge renovation. It also won an award of excellence.
Three other awards of excellence went to: Glotman Simpson for One Wall Centre, Kerr Wood Leidal for the Stanley Park Stormwater Treatment Wetland, and Keen Engineering for the David and Lucile Packard Foundation Los Altos Project.
Earle J. Klohn, P.Eng. co-founder of Ripley, Klohn and Leonoff (forerunner of Klohn Crippen Consultants) received the CEBC Meritorial Achievement Award recognizing an individual’s contributions to the industry, arts and education.
Consulting Engineers of Manitoba gave five awards of excellence in its annual awards program in early April. Two went to TetrES Consultants, one for the Appeals of the Garrison Northwest Area Water Supply, and another for a study of the Effects of Combined Sewer Overflows on Water Quality. Awards also went to KGS Group for the Rosenorth Flood Protection project, Crosier Kilgour & Partners, for the structural stabilization and shoring of the Princess Street building facades in Winnipeg, and to UMA Engineering for the Seine River Siphon Slope Stabilization.
Two Toronto consulting engineering firms triumphed at the Globe 2002 Environmental Awards in Vancouver in March. CH2M Hill Canada tied with Dofasco to win the Corporate Competitiveness Award. Delcan Corporation won the Industry Award for Export Performance.