Ryan Gidluck, P.Eng., PMP, Vice President Infrastructure with Morrison Hershfield, has been named to the Consulting Engineers of Alberta’s (CEA) Board of Directors for a three-year term, beginning 2017-2018. In this role, Ryan hopes to support CEA’s key priorities, including the promotion of Quality Based Selection in our industry and the Contract Terms and Conditions initiative.
Morrison Hershfield’s recently completed “Designs for Improvement of Water and Sanitation Infrastructure in Guyana” project and was recognized by the Consulting Engineers of Alberta with the CEA Showcase Award of Excellence in the International category.
Morrison Hershfield was recently awarded The 2016 Award of Merit in the Urban Design category by the Canadian Institute of Planners for our work on the ‘Downtown Grande Prairie Infrastructure Assessment, Streetscape Enhancement, and Rehabilitation Project’ in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Morrison Hershfield is proud to congratulate Laura Paul on her selection as a finalist for the Emerging Leader Award by Women’s Infrastructure Network (WIN).
CTV Ottawa recently interviewed Morrison Hershfield's Robert Goulet on the company’s work on the demolition of the iconic Seaway International Bridge between the City of Cornwall and Cornwall Island, crossing the North Channel of the St. Lawrence River.
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.
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.