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2022 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards open for entries

Held annually since 1969, the awards are the most prestigious mark of recognition for consulting engineers in Canada.

Graham to acquire AECOM industrial-service assets

The acquisition of the Calgary-based division will boost Graham’s annual revenues by more than $550 million, making it Canada’s third-largest construction company.

Klohn Crippen Berger appoints new president

He succeeds Len Murray, P.Eng., who stepped down from the role at the end of 2021—but as part of KCB’s succession plan, Murray will remain CEO in 2022.

B.C.’s tallest Passive House building certified in Vancouver

The all-electric, near-zero-emission facility at 825 Pacific Street is set to be operated by a not-for-profit arts and culture organization.

RJC appoints new principals and associates

The firm has appointed five new principals and 11 new associates to lead its work in structural engineering, building science and other areas of business.

Winnipeg’s Manitou a bi Bii daziigae targets net-zero energy

The project team included Crosier Kilgour & Partners, WSP, Epp Siepman Engineering, SMS Engineering, RDH Building Science and Aercoustics.

Stantec to design Queensway Health Centre

The nine-storey, 600,000-sf tower will expand and modernize the site’s existing, aging hospital, adding more than 350 beds.
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MPE upgrades Lethbridge water treatment plant

The firm, now part of Englobe, repurposed infrastructure in part of the old plant to implement improved handling of residual waste streams. » Read more

AECOM names leaders for water business development

Natalie Gelencser, the division’s new VP, is based in Toronto, while s new director, Charles Gagnon, is based in Montreal. » Read more

Ontario updates electrical safety requirements

CSA Group has finalized the latest edition of the Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC), which will come into effect as regulation this May. » Read more