Canadian Institute of Steel Construction Hat Trick

By Morrison Hershfield|August 19, 2013

Morrison Hershfield has scored three 2013 Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) awards, two in BC and one in Ontario. The regional awards, presented every two years, celebrate outstanding achievements in steel construction and are presented in three categories for projects demonstrating ingenuity in Architecture, Engineering and Sustainability. Morrison Hershfield took home an award in each of these categories.

Gold Badge Status Awarded to Morrison Hershfield

By Morrison Hershfield|July 22, 2013

For the past six years, ReNew Canada has produced its annual Top 100: Canada’s Biggest Projects report. This year, Morrison Hershfield has been awarded with Gold Badge Status recognizing the company as one of the top key players in the infrastructure renewal business, with involvement in eight (8) projects on the 2013 Top 100 list.

New Collaborative Study with Schöck on Thermal and Energy Performance of Thermal Break Technology in Concrete Balconies

By Morrison Hershfield|July 03, 2013

Morrison Hershfield and Schöck, the international developer of innovative building products, issued a comprehensive report on the impact of concrete balconies on thermal and whole building energy performance.

Prioritizing Dangerous Structures

By Morrison Hershfield|June 24, 2013

According to a recent article on the Risk & Insurance Digital Network, a recent bridge collapse in Washington State has increased the pressure on public sector risk managers to assess and mitigate exposures due to an “extensive list of deficient bridges and a lack of public funding.” Bridge expert Kent Larose, P.Eng. of Morrison Hershfield discusses how public entities must invest the time to identify and prioritize deficient structures.

Case Study: Design Considerations for Open Joint Rainscreen Cladding Systems

By Morrison Hershfield|September 04, 2012

Recent years have seen an increased trend towards rainscreen cladding system for the benefits they offer in terms of rain water management.

Case Study: Envelope Failures in Multi-Unit Residential Buildings in the Pacific Northwest

By Morrison Hershfield|August 15, 2012

Over the past two decades, market forces have driven a surge in multi-unit residential building construction and conversion projects in the coastal areas of the Pacific Northwest from southern British Columbia down to areas of northern California.

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