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Consulting engineering firms to participate in OLRTC public hearings

An inquiry is investigating the commercial and technical circumstances that led to breakdowns and derailments of the Ottawa Light Rail Transit (OLRT) system.

Temporary bridge enables emergency highway access in B.C.’s Fraser Canyon

The single-lane modular steel bridge, which replaces a section of road damaged during heavy rains last November, is 260 ft long and 13.78 ft wide.

Stantec to design Canada’s largest hospital

Spanning 260,000 m2 and 24 storeys, the project will nearly triple Trillium Health Partners’ (THP’s) care capacity within Mississauga, Ont.

Hedgehog Technologies set to acquire Igloo Innovations

The acquisition will expand the electrical engineering firm’s services to include mechanical engineering for the first time in its nearly 21-year history.

FMIS partners with AECOM to create engineering energy hub

The agreement aims to add value to oil sands operations and contribute to economic development in Northern Alberta, specifically for the Fort McKay Métis Nation.

HDR promotes transportation manager for Canada

After studying civil engineering at Ontario’s University of Waterloo, Tara Erwin joined the consulting engineering firm in 2003 as a project manager.

The value of gender diversity to the industry

Gina Cody presented an inspiring keynote address at this year’s Women in Construction virtual event.
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SNC-Lavalin wins contract for new nuclear research facility

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WSP appoints Canadian leader for advisory and innovation programs

Based in Montreal, he worked for Norda Stelo and SNC-Lavalin before joining WSP in 2021 as VP of growth and strategy for transportation and infrastructure. » Read more

Aecon consortium named proponent for GO rail expansion

The announcement was the first step in the negotiations process for the project, which will involve electrifying the rail network and adding two-way, all-day service. » Read more