Niblett Environmental Associates (NEA), a biological consultancy based in Lindsay, Ont., has become part of GHD, an international consulting engineering firm with offices across Canada. NEA’s 10-person team, led by president and senior biologist Chris Ellingwood, has provided expertise in…
The municipal government of Guelph, Ont., has chosen Terry Gayman, P.Eng., to fill the position of city engineer. He is also general manager (GM) of engineering and transportation services. Gayman began his career as a project manager with environmental engineering…
The Best Original Design this year was awarded to the team of WSP and Architecture49 for their MÖBIUS structure.
The City of Toronto is launching a project to transform organic waste biogas into fuel that can power its collection trucks.
Executives from the Australian-based global services firm were on hand for the grand opening and to host the company’s annual Executive Leadership Forum.
“We are extending our services across the entire life cycle of our clients’ projects; from the beginning of the asset’s life cycle, when a project is planned, designed and constructed, through its operations and maintenance, and ultimately to decommissioning, closure and capital recycling,” says Roop Lutchman.
Construction on the $48M project began in 2014, with a focus on incorporating a secondary treatment process.
GHD consolidating its Waterloo, Ontario operations into a single flagship facility located in city’s “Idea Quarter”, with a move-in scheduled for December 2017.