Morrison Hershfield has landed sixth on the list of top Engineering Firms in the Data Center Sector, according to the 2019 Giants 300 Report released by Building Design +Construction Magazine.
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 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.
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
Jason Green, CTO of Element Critical explained how “edge” data centers are shifting the paradigms of the traditional data center landscape to a large audience in the Atlanta industry.
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.
Morrison Hershfield and members of the Digital Realty TOR1 data center team (Digital Realty, EllisDon, Vertiv Co., and WZMH Architects) hosted a panel discussion on September 25th, 2018. The group of industry experts provided background information and fielded questions on the evolution of the mega-scale data center and tales from the TOR1 project.
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.
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.
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.
Data center professionals descended upon the American Cancer Society Center in downtown Atlanta for a panel discussion centered around the changing languages of data centers.