Morrison Hershfield won a Leader’s Circle Award at the inaugural Canadian Data Centre Excellence Awards (CDCXA) at McMaster Innovation Park in Hamilton on June 19th.
The retrofitted Humber Building NX has become the first retrofit in Canada to be achieve Zero Carbon Building - Design Certification, awarded by the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC).
Engineers Canada has released a series of videos profiling this year’s award recipients. One of those featured is Morrison Hershfield’s COO, Catherine Karakatsanis, P.Eng., who received the prestigious Gold Medal Award in recognition of her remarkable achievements and contributions.
TORONTO, CANADA (May 24, 2019) – Catherine Karakatsanis, P.Eng., received the 2019 Engineers Canada Gold Medal, this country’s top honor among the 295,000 Professional Engineers in Canada, at a ceremony in Québec City. Each year, the Gold Medal may be awarded to a Professional Engineer for “exceptional individual achievement and distinction in a field of engineering”. This includes industry accomplishments, service to the engineering profession and contribution to the community, and sets the bar high for those who follow in their footsteps.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council announced the recipients of the 2019 Virginia Data Center Awards to a standing room only event on Wednesday, April 24th. Morrison Hershfield’s Mike Mosman was a finalist for the Data Center Industry Icon Award which recognizes the person whose substantial contributions to Virginia’s Data Center community over the course of their career have helped advance the industry and underpin the growth, prominence and success of Virginia’s world-leading data center sector.
Virginia is the largest data center market in the world driven by forward thinkers and leaders in the data center community and is filled with many impressive contributors contending for the prestigious award. While the winner of the NVTC Data Center Industry Icon Award was Bill Klein, CEO of Digital Realty, Mike’s accomplishments are also worthy of icon status in our eyes.
The Washington Building Congress recently hosted its 63rd annual Craftsmanship Awards recognizing exceptional workmanship on buildings throughout the Washington, D.C. area. Morrison Hershfield staff were part of the project team that was honored with an award in the Electrical Special Systems category for the ACC10 Technology Center project in Ashburn, Virginia.
Morrison Hershfield was honored with an Award of Excellence for the Cloudraker Skybridge and Raven’s Eye Cliffwalk, Whistler Blackcomb’s latest thrilling attraction. It was recognized in the Projects Under $2.5 Million category.
We’re pleased to announce that Yvon Chiasson has been named to the Board of Directors for the Architectural Glass and Metal Certification Council (AGMCC). The board was selected at the organization’s first-ever annual general meeting in Chicago on November 7 and 8.
The Consulting Engineers of Alberta (CEA) recently hosted its 23rd annual Showcase Awards Gala where 11 Awards of Excellence and 11 Awards of Merit were announced, recognizing the best of the best in engineering design and innovation. Morrison Hershfield’s contributions were
At Morrison Hershfield, we are proud of our people. We hire the best talent, and recognize it formally each year with our Carson Awards of Excellence.
Laura Rogers was announced as the winner of the Young Mission Critical Engineer of the Year award by Data Center Dynamics (DCD) on Thursday, December 6th. The gala ceremony took place at the Lancaster Hotel in London, UK, hosted by comedian Deborah Frances-White.
Morrison Hershfield congratulates Laura Rogers, for being shortlisted for the 2018 Data Center Dynamics’ (DCD) Global Young Mission Critical Engineer of the Year Award.
Morrison Hershfield is thrilled to announce that the Mission Critical Facilities TOR1 Design Team is one of four shortlisted for the 2018 Data Center Dynamics (DCD) Global - Design Team of the Year Award.
Congratulations to Jeremy Carkner, P.Eng., LEED® AP BD+C, who became the 44th Chair of the Board of Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO) at their AGM on Friday, September 14, 2018. Jeremy was first elected to the Board of Directors in 2015, and succeeds Rex Meadley who will stay on as Past Chair.