Recent research reveals that men and women have different dominant patterns of communication and thought. Research also shows that diverse teams are higher performing than their homogenous counterparts. All this suggests that a diverse workplace, one that is rich in perspectives and abundant in variety, yields unparalleled opportunities for growth and greatness .
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.
The management system governing the provision of Morrison Hershfield’s services has received its new, updated ISO certification!
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.
Brian B. Ball, ALS, CLS, a senior land surveyor with Morrison Hershfield, has recently been elected President of the Alberta Society of Surveying and Mapping Technologies (ASSMT). In this role, Brian offers over 25 years of industry experience to ASSMT and will help the organization achieve their mission of promoting the knowledge, skills and proficiency of technicians and technologists involved in the field of surveying and mapping.
Morrison Hershfield, IBM and WZMH hosted GTA data centre professionals at the Toronto Board of Trade on May 11th to discuss “The Edge”.
Phill Lawson-Shanks, keynote speaker from EdgeConneX, presented remarkable insight into changes in internet usage patterns, technologies connecting users to the internet and emerging needs for improved data centre infrastructure to support these changes.
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.
Sunday, May 7th, started out as a gloomy day that had us dreading the ride ahead. As a team, Morrison Hershfield registered fifteen participants for the CN Cycle for CHEO fundraiser; ten for the 70 km ride, three for the 35 km ride and two for the 15 km ride. While we had trained hard for the upcoming event, none of us were quite ready for the weather that greeted us at the starting line.
“It was a cold, windy, rainy day that didn’t
let up until the very end of the ride.”
Join Morrison Hershfield in celebrating our great country’s 150th birthday! Add your story to be a part of our Building Canada original hashtag mosaic, powered by hyperactivate and tell us how you or your company have helped shape Canada’s built environment.See the canvas take shape and add your own tile below or click HERE!
Morrison Hershfield was part of the project team that received a 2016 Public Works Project of the Year Award for work on the Denison Road grade separation.
We are pleased to welcome Srdjan Brasic, P.Eng. and James Scale, P.Eng. to our Transportation team.
Morrison Hershfield has stood for excellence since the day the company was formed in February of 1946. To honor the legacy of one of our founders, Carson Morrison, we annually recognize and celebrate the teams and individuals who go the extra mile to achieve excellence.
Today, February 1, 2016, marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of Morrison Hershfield.
The Seaway International Bridge first opened in 1962. According to Morrison Hershfield’s Robert Goulet, the bridge “had reached pretty well the end of its service life. When they looked at options of doing rehabilitation or building new, it made more sense to build new.”