Seventy-five years ago, three university professors and an established consulting engineer decided to form the engineering practice that is now Morrison Hershfield.
Mark Parker, Morrison Hershfield's waste sector lead for the Prairies, was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for the Recycling Council of Alberta (RCA) at their recent annual general meeting.
Morrison Hershfield is pleased to announce the opening of a second office in Texas, located in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The consulting engineering firm has been providing building science services to real estate, design and construction clients in Texas since the early 2000’s and first opened a Texas office in Houston six years ago.
Morrison Hershfield is pleased to announce our new Global Waste Practice Lead is Todd Baker.
Like so many other events in 2020, the Ride for Heart had a new “spin” this year. Individuals and teams participated virtually to raise much needed funds for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
The foundation of Morrison Hershfield’s success is our people, culture and capabilities. Our Shareholders embody the characteristics that we value most, such as their demonstrated commitment to our Core Values & Principles, their attitude, their loyalty to the company, their skills and their service to our clients. We appreciate their exceptional contributions to the firm’s success, and the leading role they play in achieving our MH 2020VISION.
Morrison Hershfield is an active supporter of the early introduction of STEM education. One of our colleagues recently helped the grade 7 & 8 robotics club at Alvin Curling Public School (ACPS) in Toronto, ON prepare for the FIRST® LEGO® League CITY SHAPERSM Challenge.
Morrison Hershfield is pleased to welcome David Markman, P.E as our new Senior Building Science Consultant in the San Francisco Bay area.
After months of planning and construction, our Fort Lauderdale office remodel is complete. The new and improved space will provide our staff a comfortable and productive environment to serve our clients and community.
In an effort to raise awareness about domestic violence, one of our colleagues recently spearheaded the collection of donations for the Sandgate Women’s Shelter of York Region in Sutton West, Ontario.
BC has one of the highest poverty rates in the country, with low wages as one of the key contributors to child poverty. The goal of the Living Wage Employer Program is to reduce poverty and increase the standard of living in the region. It aims to raise awareness around the cost of living for families, and works with employers to help them become certified. Morrison Hershfield has participated in this program since 2015 as it recognizes our continued commitment to paying fair wages and upholding high work standards for our employees and contractors. Review and recertification is required every year.
Morrison Hershfield’s Toronto office recently hosted a “Take our Kids to Work Day” that provided an opportunity for high schoolers to learn more about engineering, and based on the feedback from participants, we think the day went pretty well!
Morrison Hershfield is pleased to announce Amanda Pushka as the winning recipient of our TAC Foundation Scholarship for the 2019/2020 school year. Amanda is currently a student at the University of Manitoba pursuing a Master of Science in Civil Engineering with a special interest in bridges and transportation. She expects to graduate September 2020.
Morrison Hershfield is pleased to welcome Rosanna Baggs, C.E.T., rcji as our new Project Manager in our Roads and Highways Group in Ottawa.
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.