Three key executive appointments were announced including Ryan Brain, as president and CEO of WSP in Canada; Ivy Hoi Yan Kong, managing director of WSP in Asia; and André-Martin Bouchard, global director, environment.
A core feature of the Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building, attached to the Schulich School of Business, is a dramatic glass solar chimney that rises 27 metres to provide passive natural ventilation for the entire building.
The merger of the two firms will provide clients expanded services in community planning, urban design, landscape architecture, community engagement, and infrastructure, transportation, and environmental planning and design.
In addition to the fines related to the violations of the Ontario Fire Code, Toronto Fire Services ordered the owner to pay $137,000 for the costs incurred for safely removing the thousands of liters of highly flammable and combustible chemicals from the property after the fire.
Matthew Janes, P.Eng., a senior engineer with Isherwood Associates in Toronto is president of DFI for 2019, while Daniel MacLean, P.Eng., of Keller Foundations Ltd. in Acton, Ontario joins the DFI Board.
“This update to the standard offers better alignment between this standard’s requirements and marketplace product availability as well as some revisions to improve the document’s clarity and internal consistency.”
Organizations including Manitoba Hydro, Hatch, AECOM, and the University of Manitoba are participating in the Manitoba 2030 Coalition (coordinated by Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba) to address gendered barriers to recruitment, retention and equity in the profession.
The company’s first project using its new security credential management system service will be in partnership with Invest Ottawa, who will leverage it within a secure 16-km road autonomous vehicle test track that resembles a miniature city.