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News (August 01, 1999)

Jean-Pierre Sauriol, ing. is the new president of the Association des Ingenieurs-Conseil du Qubec (AICQ) for 1999-2000. A graduate in civil engineering of the cole Polytechnique de Montral, Sauriol...

August 1, 1999  Canadian Consulting Engineer

Jean-Pierre Sauriol, ing. is the new president of the Association des Ingenieurs-Conseil du Qubec (AICQ) for 1999-2000. A graduate in civil engineering of the cole Polytechnique de Montral, Sauriol is president of the firm Dessau-Soprin. He succeeds Pierre Shoiry, Ing. of the Group Genivar at of AICQ.

Consulting Engineers of British Columbia (CEBC) appointed Kerry Rudd, P.Eng. as president at its annual general meeting in the spring. Rudd is vice president and general manager at Associated Engineering in Burnaby, B.C. Allan Russell, P. Eng. is vice president at CEBC.

The new chairman of Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO) is Mark Mitchell, P.Eng. Mitchell is vice-president of Keen Engineering of Toronto, and a graduate of the University of Washington. His primary goals are “to strengthen CEO’s voice by increasing membership, and by improving our relationships with our clients, including government at all levels.”

Hershel Guttman, P.Eng., a principal of R.V. Anderson Associates Ltd. of Toronto, became vice-president of the American Water Works Association in June.

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Robert Selby, P.Eng. of Morrison Hershfield Ltd., Michael Collins and Frank Vecchio of the University of Toronto Department of Engineering, and Pawan Gupta currently with Halsall Associates, received the American Concrete Institute Structural Engineering Award this spring for their paper “The Failure of an Offshore Platform.”

B. John Plant, P.Eng. is the new executive director of the Engineering Institute of Canada. Dr. Plant succeeds Michael Bozozuk who retired after five years of service to the EIC. Plant received a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from MIT and was principal and director of studies at the Royal Military College from 1984 until his retirement in June.

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