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.
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.
The DJC Oregon TopProjects of 2018 were recently released! DJC TopProjects is an annual awards program that honors the best building and construction projects in Oregon and SW Washington. Morrison Hershfield is grateful to local owners, architects and contractors who have trusted Morrison Hershfield’s Portland Building Science team to support them on a number of the winning projects that made the list!
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.
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.
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!
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 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.
On Saturday, November 18, 2017, Catherine Karakatsanis, P.Eng. was presented with the Ontario Professional Engineers Awards' prestigious Gold Medal.
Whether taking lead during superstorm Sandy recovery to design, coordinate and personally oversee reconstruction, or writing white papers for industry knowledge sharing, Shea McKeon is a young engineer whose showcased technical understanding and problem solving consistently go above and beyond in providing solutions for our clients.
Morrison Hershfield is pleased to announce its ranking of 74th on the 2017 MEP Giants list. Our mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP), and fire protection (FP) teams have been recognized for delivering technically sophisticated solutions for clients ranging from the data centre and energy markets to general buildings.
“The award recognizes excellence, northern innovations/adaptation, sustainability, service to the community and enhancement to the quality of life through engineering in Yukon.”
Benefits of the Mayo River Flood Control Project
The Mayo River Flood Control Project has significantly contributed to protecting the Village of Mayo against adverse effects related to winter flooding on the River. It has provided future recreational opportunities near the lower Mayo River, allowing access to this natural area for residents. New trails now give residents the ability to enjoy this natural setting along the river.