Morrison Hershfield is pleased to welcome Scott Leitch, M.E.Sc., P.Eng. to lead our National Transportation Structures team. Scott’s 20 years of experience in the planning, preliminary design and detail design of bridges and culverts will bolster our team and help Morrison Hershfield reach its 2020VISION of becoming a recognized leader in the assessment, rehabilitation and replacement of bridges and other transportation structures across Canada. His previous experience leading and managing a large bridge engineering team will aid in a smooth transition into his new role.
The cost of operating landfills and the environmental concern is causing municipalities to evaluate their approach to waste management. With so many existing and emerging waste technologies, it’s a big job deciding what is the most practical, cost-effective and environmentally friendly plan for the future.
Morrison Hershfield is excited to claim the 17th spot on Business Vancouver’s 2018 list of the biggest engineering firms in British Columbia. The list ranks engineering firms based on the number of BC-registered professional engineers. Information is collected through interviews with engineering companies and additional Business Vancouver (BIV) research.
Morrison Hershfield is pleased to welcome Geoffrey Cooper, P.Eng., CEng., MICE, to our Transit team as Project Delivery Leader.
Geoffrey brings more than 30 years of experience in all aspects of multi-disciplinary highway, traffic, civil engineering and development infrastructure projects for public and private sector clients in Canada, the UK, and the Middle East.
His experience includes 10 years of operational management of large transportation teams and has involvement in managing major transit projects for TransLink, Metrolinx, and Toronto Transit Commission (TTC).
Morrison Hershfield is proud to congratulate Ved Proag on her selection as a finalist for the Emerging Leader Award by Women’s Infrastructure Network (WIN).
For the second consecutive year, Morrison Hershfield is proud and humbled to win the Award of Excellence in the International Category, from the Consulting Engineers of Alberta (CEA). We were presented the award on February 23rd, at the CEA annual Showcase Awards Gala, in front of a crowd that exceeded 500 industry leaders and distinguished guests.
Morrison Hershfield has attained Platinum Elite Status on ReNew Canada’s list of Top 100 Infrastructure projects in Canada. This premier status is awarded to firms involved in twenty or more of Canada’s Top Infrastructure projects. Morrison Hershfield is privileged to have a role in 21 of the Top 100, including three of the top ten.
At Morrison Hershfield, one of our most highly anticipated events and long-standing traditions is the annual Carson Awards of Excellence ceremony. This year marks the 25th anniversary of this internal recognition program!
After weeks of intense, yet exciting training for the 5K Rally Cupid Chase, on February 10th, our Atlanta team, families and clients proudly participated and sponsored this meaningful event. Running and walking in heavy rainy conditions was a true testament to our commitment to social responsibility, raising awareness, and funding community issues.
111 South Main, Salt Lake City’s 24-story high rise office tower, is being recognized by Engineering News-Record for the Global Best Projects 2017 Award of Merit in the Office category.
Shea McKeon, Electrical Engineer, was announced as the winner of the Young Mission Critical Engineer of the Year award by Data Centre Dynamics (DCD) on December 7, 2017 at Royal Lancaster London.
The Seattle Energy Code is one of the more stringent codes in the country, and continues down that path with its 2018 revisions.
The Government of Canada has recognized Environmental Planner Ferenaz Raheem for a very special award.
During the Orléans Leaders Sesquicentennial Awards held at Parliament in the House of Commons this October, Ferenaz proudly accepted the Community Leadership Award from Hon. Andrew Leslie, P.C. M.P.