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.
Prime consultant Morrison Hershfield and lead design architect gh3 were honored at the Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence ceremony
Morrison Hershfield congratulates the City of Kimberley’s SunMine on being named as one of Canada’s Clean50 Top 15 Project Award winners.
Western Canada’s largest and the province’s first grid-connected solar project was completed with the help of the Morrison Hershfield team.
Morrison Hershfield is pleased to announce its appearance at 71st on the 2015 MEP Giants list. Our mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP), and fire protection (FP) teams deliver technically sophisticated solutions for client ranging from the data center and energy markets to general buildings.
There has been a lot of buzz about the newly revitalized GO Bloor station in Toronto, ON. The station which handles rail traffic for both the new Union Pearson Express line and regular GO Trains, is undergoing a significant improvement and addition to handle increased train service.
This presentation by Morrison Hershfield's Sean Smith, Principal, P. Eng, MBA includes an introduction to data centers, including a discussion on location criteria, key factors to look for when thinking about establishing a data center in an existing building and case studies on data centers in the Atlanta and Toronto areas.
Many municipalities are faced with the challenge of maintaining and repairing aging building portfolios while at the same time having to prioritize and distribute limited budgets.
Morrison Hershfield, in partnership with InterGroup Consultants, Access Consulting Group and Alaska based Dryden & LaRue, has been chosen as the successful proponent for the Viability Analysis of Southeast Alaska and Yukon Economic Development Corridor.
The Brant Street Pier in Burlington, ON was officially opened by representatives of the three levels of federal, provincial and municipal government officials on June 14, 2013, followed by an official public opening on June 15 … just in time for the 2013 Sound of Music Festival.