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Every building component ages and deteriorates, and maintaining these building components is essential in operating a functional and safe facility. Using infrared thermography technology, Williams Engineering Canada (WEC) is able to identify existing building faults, leaks and moisture damage, potentially saving our clients thousands of dollars in repairs.
Disasters caused by hazardous dust such as explosions, fires and loss of life have resulted in organizations taking serious safety prevention measures. But what is dust collection and combustible dust? How does it impact the industrial industry? How can companies protect their employees?
In our March 2015 issue we feature several social infrastructure projects such as the Calgary Soccer Centre, UBCO's carbon reduction project, the Art Gallery of Great Victoria, and Fort Providence Health Centre. We also feature two property projects, St. John's Tenth Street in Calgary and the Triton Centre in Surrey, BC.
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Once again we engaged our people and asked them to participate in our annual holiday photography contest, with the winner’s photograph being featured in our holiday e-card. This contest encourages our staff to pursue their passions and nurture their creativity while engaging with the entire company.
Holiday season has arrived and it has been a busy time at WEC. We have been working on social infrastructure projects in Edmonton, Calgary and Yellowknife. Our B.C. offices are expanding our residential properties portfolio. Our Yellowknife office received an award, and our Abbotsford office is helping a less fortunate family this holiday season.
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In 1978, Allen D. Williams opened A.D. Williams Engineering Ltd. an engineering firm located in Edmonton, Alberta. Over the years the firm built its business through the use of strategically located offices, a strong focus on client service, and a high standard of integrity.
In our October issue, we feature our work with the Yellowknife City Hall and the Meadows Community Recreation Centre and library. Our British Columbia offices have been busy with residential complexes and the Vernon Jubilee Hospital, and our Alberta offices have designed commercial facilities for Suncor and the Boilermakers. Yellowknife celebrates a milestone and we feature Engineering Manager, Randy Smith's commitment to the community.
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