Tropical Storm Olivia is headed toward Hawaii and so is Morrison Hershfield Telecom Structural Engineer, Shawn W. Stevenson. Shawn is a member of the FEMA Washington State Task Force 1 that recently deployed to Maui in anticipation of a coordinated government response to the storm to prevent terrain issues and health concerns for local residents.
Morrison Hershfield is very pleased to announce that Jeremy Haberler has joined our growing Houston office.
Volunteers from our Ottawa office recently completed a neighbourhood clean up event for Ottawa Community Housing (OCH). OCH is a public housing corporation serving over 32,000 residents of the City facing poverty and requiring social assistance to access housing.
The 2018 MEP Giants List was recently released by Consulting-Specifying Engineer (CSE) magazine. Morrison Hershfield is excited to have improved our ranking to 58th on this list of the Top 100 mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP) and fire protection engineering firms in the United States.
Morrison Hershfield welcomes Ronald Gee, P.Eng. Water Resource Engineer, to our Whitehorse office. His vast experience complements our team and will be a great asset to our clients and colleagues.
There is a common misconception that security and safety conflict when applied to a building’s design. However, experience shows that security and safety can be compatible when the two disciplines are integrated early in the design stage.
Inspired by the pursuits of the Morrison Hershfield Cycling Team earlier this summer, two members of the Transportation Group in our Ottawa Office recently took part in GranFondo Ottawa. This premier cycling event was held in the National Capital Region on Saturday, July 21st, 2018.
Well, we all know Morrison Hershfield staff are drawn to a challenge!
We design building envelopes to be efficient, but do we know how they’ll actually perform?
This is one of the many questions we get as the building industry’s focus moves towards more aggressive energy efficiency targets including Net Zero Energy and Passive House. With these new targets the attention is starting to now shift to one of the often overlooked energy systems of a building – the Passive Energy system – also known as the building envelope.
Morrison Hershfield is pleased to welcome Daniel Jagos, CET, as our Practice Lead for Transit Stations and Maintenance Facilities.
Dan brings extensive experience with light rail transit, heavy rail commuter, and freight locomotive and car maintenance facility operations. Having successfully coordinated several multi-million dollar mainline fueling reconstruction assignments, as well as AFP LRT and GO Transit Maintenance facility projects, the Transit Design Team is excited to be working alongside Dan.
Dan has experience working with domestic and foreign railways, transit authorities, government agencies, and the private sector.
The last big Ontario Cup road race of the season, the KW Classic Provincial Championships, took place on June 3rd in Hawkesville, ON.
Staff from Morrison Hershfield’s Houston office recently participated in the 3rd Annual “Running for Hearts”, a 5K family fun run for charity. Proceeds from the event benefit survivors of Hurricane Harvey, human trafficking, domestic violence, war and crime.
The Morrison Hershfield Racing team knew that racing the Steve Bauer Classic course would not be an easy feat! The demanding course consists of laps through the winding, rolling orchards and vineyards of the Niagara Peninsula.
Once again this year, staff from Morrison Hershfield supported the annual Commuter Challenge, a week-long event that takes place during Canadian Environment Week. It is a friendly competition between Canadian cities and workplaces that celebrates active and sustainable transportation. This year’s Challenge included 17,480 participants from 1,511 workplaces, and avoided 258,132 kg of CO2.
How excited would you be to face one of the longest and toughest climbs in Ontario? The Morrison Hershfield Racing Team was up for that challenge on Saturday, May 12th.