The FIDIC (International Federation of Consulting Engineers) 2019 Awards Ceremony & Gala in Mexico City honoured two Canadian projects and ACEC-Canada for its annual post-Awards advocacy campaign.
Roland Charneux from Pageau Morel, Lisa Westerhoff of the Integral Group, and Afaf Azzouz from Stantec were among those honoured with 2019 CaGBC Leadership Awards.
Catherine Karakatsanis, P.Eng., the chief operating officer at Morrison Hershfield, is this year’s recipient of the Gold Medal from Engineers Canada, acknowledging her lifetime of industry achievements.
The Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards represent the highest honours for excellence in consulting engineering in Canada. The awards are a joint program of the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies (ACEC) and Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine. Winning projects are selected based on high…
The Pinnacle Award, presented to the top-ranked project submission, went to MCW Maricor for the UNB Kinesiology Building at the Fredericton campus.
The top prize of evening, the Willis Chipman Award, was presented to John G. Cooke and Associates for the Government Conference Centre rehabilitation project in Ottawa.
The top prize, the Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Engineering Excellence, was awarded to WSP Canada Group Ltd. for the firm’s New Solutions for Safe Water in Remote Communities project.
Join ACEC-MB as the Association celebrates the 20th year of the Awards of Excellence in Manitoba.
“We’re seeing much larger, taller and more complex structures and new building types that have been made possible with wood product research and development, advanced engineering and construction practices.”
In honour of National Engineering Month, CEO is giving Ontario engineering fans a behind-the-scenes look at all of the 35 project submissions entered to the 2019 Ontario Consulting Engineering Awards.
The Ontario Consulting Engineering Awards gala is the premier event of Ontario’s consulting engineering industry. Nominees ranging from ground breaking research to large scale transportation projects, will be in the running for the engineering professions’ highest accolade. Join Consulting Engineers…
The 30th Annual Awards Gala carries the theme of “Venetian Carnival” and begins with a Welcome Reception at 5:30 p.m. followed by the Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony at 7:00 p.m. Tickets for the Black Tie event are $257 + GST for individuals and $2,100 + GST…
The theme for this year’s awards was “Ignite – Fueling the Next Generation,” and in total 11 Awards of Excellence and 11 Awards of Merit were handed out at the event.
The Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – New Brunswick will be hosting its 2019 Annual General Meeting and Awards Gala Dinner at the Fredericton Convention Centre (670 Queen Street) on Wednesday, May 1.
The first Outstanding Project Award went to SNC-Lavalin for the BC Hydro John Hart Generating Station project.
This year five projects were recognized with two receiving Gold Awards and three receiving Silver.
The Western Canadian-based consulting engineering firm was recognized for the Veer Kunwar Singh Bridge project in India; it was the only Canadian firm to receive a project award at the 2018 Awards ceremony.
KGS Group wins the top Keystone Award for the Peter Sutherland Generating Station Project.
There were 52 projects submitted from a wide cross-section of engineering consulting firms and 15 Awards of Excellence were handed out.
Canada’s most prestigious awards for engineering projects celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018.
The awards will be presented on November 15 at a special ITA Tunnelling Awards ceremony held during the global AFTES Congress in Paris, November 13-16.
Three Canadian schools won awards: École de Technologie Supérieure, Montreal; Ryerson University, Toronto; and the University of Windsor.
From a record number of 56 project entries, a total of 15 Awards of Excellence and 13 Awards of Merit were handed out.
Due to multiple requests, the new Stage 1 deadline is – Tuesday, April 4 – Get your entries in.
Winners in the 2016 Canadian Institute of Steel Construction National Awards demonstrate the imagination and creativity of structural engineers.
Consulting engineers, architects and contractors gathered for the 2016 Ontario Concrete Awards dinner on November 30 to celebrate the success of their joint efforts. The event was held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre downtown in conjunction with Construct Canada.…
Tetra Tech announced its year-end financial results last month. Revenue for the fiscal year totaled $2.58 billion, up 12% year compared to last year. Operating income for the fiscal year was $136 million, and on an ongoing basis totaled $170…
From the October-November 2016 print issue, p. 4 Why should engineers give themselves awards?” asked Robert W. Lucky in an article posted late this summer online by IEEE. Lucky points out that despite our best efforts to engage the public…
The 2016 Ontario Wood WORKS! Design Award winners were announced on November 15, recognizing 10 projects, along with their architects and structural engineers. Besides the large projects such as community centres, schools and an Orthodox church, two unique projects won…
CISC-ICCA gives awards to 11 projects from over 80 entries