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Awards Honour Crowchild Project


Winners of the Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards 2004 were announced at a gala celebration at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier in Ottawa late last year, and a Calgary project is on the list. The Crowchild Trail Corridor Improvement by Clifton ND Lea Consulting Inc. of Calgary received one of 10 awards of excellence.

Winner of the Schreyer Award for most outstanding technical project overall is the restart of two units at the Bruce A Nuclear Power Station in Kincardine, Ont., by Acres-Sargent & Lundy-Fox of Oakville.
The 11 winning projects, located in Canada and around the world, are chosen each year for their technical innovation, environmental and economic benefits, and project management expertise. The annual awards, launched 36 years ago, are the most important national mark of recognition for engineering projects completed by private consulting firms. The awards are co-sponsored and organized by the Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada and Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine.

The Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada also presented the Beaubien Award to Ben Novak, P.Eng., a senior consultant with Stantec in Edmonton. See Newsmakers, The PEGG, January 2005.

Provincially, the Consulting Engineers of Alberta presented its awards earlier this month. Further information appears on advertisements on this page.