Canstruction Houston’s 23rd annual design/build competition captured the attention of our Houston Office this year. Staff participated in this unique opportunity to showcase their creativity by building a unique “canstructure” using only canned food and other non-perishable food items.
Morrison Hershfield’s Robert Welsford recently competed at the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. It is considered to be one of the world’s most difficult one-day sporting events. Athletes have proven that #AnythingIsPossible by crossing the finish lines of these challenging endurance races taking place all over the globe.
What better way to build supportive relationships, practice communication and collaborate for success than a little Dragon Boat competition? Over 65 staff representing every department in our Vancouver office took part in this spirited team building activity held at Dragon Zone Paddling Club. And, thanks to the expertise of trained dragon boat instructors, everyone remained dry … for the most part!
For the second year in a row, Morrison Hershfield teamed up with Page Southerland Page, Inc. and Linbeck Group, LLC to participate in the 33rd annual AIA Sandcastle Competition. The contest is a fundraising event for AIA Houston and ArCH Foundation, as well as one of the top five revenue generating events for the City of Galveston. Overall, AIA Houston has raised $155,000 for the organization this year.
For the second year in a row, volunteers from the Morrison Hershfield Ottawa office were excited to collaborate with Ottawa Community Housing (OCH) for a neighborhood beautification project. OCH is the largest social housing provider in Ottawa, providing about 15,000 homes to 32,000 tenants in communities across the city.
There’s nothing like the draw of a little friendly competition to lure people away from their desks! Staff in Atlanta recently took advantage of the beautiful summer weather to enjoy an afternoon of fresh air, teamwork and a little fun!
Traffic issues outside of schools, particularly during pick-up/ drop-off times are a constant struggle for school boards and municipalities. These issues include chaotic traffic patterns, congestion, and health and safety issues for students, staff and residents. Municipalities are looking for opportunities to improve traffic operation and safety around schools, promote more sustainable and healthy transportation options (such as walking and cycling), and to be sensitive to the needs of nearby residents and businesses.
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.
It’s summertime and baseball season is in full swing. The Morrison Hershfield sponsored Cardinals are one of 14 teams of 10 and 11 year old girls and boys belonging to the Mosquito Division of the Burlington Organized Minor Baseball Association (BOMBA).
Unseasonably cold temperatures, broken chains, flat tires and illness; these are just some of the challenges that the Morrison Hershfield cycling team faced this season. The cycling team came back for another season of competition, fun and athleticism; comprised of Morrison Hershfield staff and some of their friends and colleagues.
The “Microsoft 5K Run/Walk” is an annual event for Microsoft employees, family members and friends who enjoy giving back to the community while having a little fun! This year, a few enthusiastic staff members from our Seattle office had a great time supporting two client organizations by volunteering at the event.
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.