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Winners In Alberta Announced

Consulting Engineers of Alberta (CEA) announced its 2009 awards at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton on February 13.

March 1, 2009  Canadian Consulting Engineer

Consulting Engineers of Alberta (CEA) announced its 2009 awards at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton on February 13.

Barry Lester, P. Eng. was presented with the CEA Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Distinguished Achieve- ment. Lester was a founding member of his own structural engineering company, Simpson Lester Goodrich, and later became executive vice-president of Stantec Consulting. Among many achievements, he was a key leader of the engineering team for Confederation Bridge.

Awards of Excellence went to: A. D. Williams Engineering for Career Development Path, an Application for Your Future (community outreach & in-house initiatives); CH2M Hill for the Pine Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant in Calgary (sustainable design, project management); D. A. Watt Consulting for The Bow in Calgary (community development); Hemisphere Engineering for Air Quality Renewal at the Kinsmen Aquatic Centre, Edmonton (building engineering); ISL Engineering & Land Services and Klohn Crippen Berger for the Glenmore Causeway Upgrades in Calgary (transportation infrastructure); ISL Engineering & Land Services for Ray Gibbon Drive in St. Albert-Edmonton (environmental); Stantec Consulting for the Hardisty Contract Tankage Terminal Project (natural resources, mining, industrial); Stantec Consulting for the Windermere North Storm Outfall in Edmonton (water resources, energy); Stantec Consulting/Stantec Geomatics for the Specialty Chemical Plant 3D Model (studies, software, special services).

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