Laura Rogers was announced as the winner of the Young Mission Critical Engineer of the Year award by Data Center Dynamics (DCD) on Thursday, December 6th. The gala ceremony took place at the Lancaster Hotel in London, UK, hosted by comedian Deborah Frances-White.
Morrison Hershfield congratulates Laura Rogers, for being shortlisted for the 2018 Data Center Dynamics’ (DCD) Global Young Mission Critical Engineer of the Year Award.
The Engineering Challenge is an annual event, executed in partnership with the United Way, bringing together like-minded companies and volunteers who seek to make a difference in communities across the Alberta Capital Region, through donation, advocacy and sheer effort. The "Day of Caring" is one way to get involved with the challenge.
Over the last several months, some adventurous athletes from our Markham Office took part in the Commerce Valley Drive Softball League and recorded their most successful softball season ever. Many of our neighborhood industry competitors became our softball rivals, leading to some friendly competition on the field as well! Despite a few rain-outs, we are proud to claim a record of 6 wins, 4 losses and 2 ties in the regular season and we placed fourth out of 12 teams in the recreational league playoffs.
For the fifth year in a row, staff of Morrison Hershfield’s Atlanta office, along with several thousand other participants, took part in the city’s “Moon Ride”. It is a 6-mile night time bike ride through some of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods.
Congratulations to Jeremy Carkner, P.Eng., LEED® AP BD+C, who became the 44th Chair of the Board of Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO) at their AGM on Friday, September 14, 2018. Jeremy was first elected to the Board of Directors in 2015, and succeeds Rex Meadley who will stay on as Past Chair.
Tropical Storm Olivia is headed toward Hawaii and so is Morrison Hershfield Telecom Structural Engineer, Shawn W. Stevenson. Shawn is a member of the FEMA Washington State Task Force 1 that recently deployed to Maui in anticipation of a coordinated government response to the storm to prevent terrain issues and health concerns for local residents.
Morrison Hershfield is very pleased to announce that Jeremy Haberler has joined our growing Houston office.
Volunteers from our Ottawa office recently completed a neighbourhood clean up event for Ottawa Community Housing (OCH). OCH is a public housing corporation serving over 32,000 residents of the City facing poverty and requiring social assistance to access housing.
Morrison Hershfield is pleased to welcome Daniel Jagos, CET, as our Practice Lead for Transit Stations and Maintenance Facilities.
Dan brings extensive experience with light rail transit, heavy rail commuter, and freight locomotive and car maintenance facility operations. Having successfully coordinated several multi-million dollar mainline fueling reconstruction assignments, as well as AFP LRT and GO Transit Maintenance facility projects, the Transit Design Team is excited to be working alongside Dan.
Dan has experience working with domestic and foreign railways, transit authorities, government agencies, and the private sector.
The last big Ontario Cup road race of the season, the KW Classic Provincial Championships, took place on June 3rd in Hawkesville, ON.
The Morrison Hershfield Racing team knew that racing the Steve Bauer Classic course would not be an easy feat! The demanding course consists of laps through the winding, rolling orchards and vineyards of the Niagara Peninsula.
How excited would you be to face one of the longest and toughest climbs in Ontario? The Morrison Hershfield Racing Team was up for that challenge on Saturday, May 12th.
To kick off their cycling season, the Morrison Hershfield Racing Team participated in the 25th Annual Paris to Ancaster Bike Race (P2A), a fundraiser for the St. Joseph’s Healthcare Foundation. The race took place over some very tough terrain and as the riders can attest, it was a memorable experience!
In early April, Morrison Hershfield sponsored a cycling team of passionate and fierce competitors, comprised of our employees along with non-MH’ers to round out the group. The team would compete in three cycling races throughout the season, in preparation for the Provincial Championships in June.