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In our last issue of Profiles for 2013, we highlight our work on the Giant Mine project in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada Post's "Modern Post" initiative, and a few luxury residential projects located in British Columbia. From a community perspective, we feature our employees who truly demonstrate their commitment to their communities by participating in the United Way's Engineering Day of Caring program. To us, they are the real superheros of the day!
As work season for the decommissioning of the Roaster complex at Giant Mine nears the end for 2013, Williams Engineering Canada is working with its project partner, Parsons Canada, to ensure the air quality monitoring for both the decontamination and deconstruction work continues, providing sampling results for each aspect of the project.
Williams Engineering Canada, Group2, and Halsall will present the EIA Lot 51 project as an example of an integrated BIM environment. Come join the event!
In our second issue of our Profiles e-newsletter, we showcase a few of our outstanding employees who tirelessly give back to our communities whether they are bike riding and raising money for the Ride to Conquer Cancer event or the Kids with Cancer Society. We also share with you our successful experience with a student work program in British Columbia, and we celebrate with Junior Achievement Alberta, APEGA, NAPEG, and Yellowknife’s Youth Parliament Program.
I’d like to take this time to touch on the flooding crisis that has struck the city of Calgary and many parts of southern Alberta over the last couple of weeks. On behalf of Williams Engineering Canada, I send my thoughts and well wishes to those affected by this horrible crisis.
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