On Nov. 26, the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – Saskatchewan (ACEC-SK) handed out its annual Awards of Distinction at a reception in Saskatoon, acknowledging local industry accomplishments. The province’s lieutenant governor, Russ Mirasty, presented a Meritorious Achievement Award to…
The 51st annual Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards Gala took place on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at the Delta Ottawa City Centre hotel, with the top prize—the Schreyer Award—going to WSP for its Solving Small Community Drinking Water Challenge project. The awards…
The Yukon River in Dawson City has not frozen over for the past two winters, and last January spray technology was used in an attempt to induce ice formation but was unsuccessful.
The three orders of government funded the $238.8 million Bridging to Tomorrow Project which included the new Chief Mistawasis Bridge and the revamped Traffic Bridge.
The LEED Gold facility is being designed to meet the latest seismic standards, be resilient to future sea level rise and provide a treatment process based on best practices for wastewater treatment and resource recovery.
The Airport Terminal Building was designed to meet stringent energy performance criteria set by the Government of Nunavut and the LEED Green Building Rating System.