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by Journal Of Commerce

The Vancouver Regional Construction Association (VRCA) has announced the Silver Award winners for its 23rd annual Awards of Excellence.

The Vancouver Regional Construction Association (VRCA) has announced the Silver Award winners for its 23rd annual Awards of Excellence.

The awards are designed to honour the Lower Mainland’s construction industry for its achievements throughout the year.

Silver Award winners in the General Contractor Over $40 Million category include Bird Construction for the Jim Pattison Outpatient and Surgery Centre, PCL Constructors Westcoast for the Sparkling Hill Resort and TASK Construction Management for the Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex.

In the General Contractor $15 Million to $40 Million category, Stuart Olson Dominion Construction won a Silver Award for the Penticton Aquatic Centre, Carillion Pacific Construction won for the TRU – House of Learning, and Scott Construction Group won for the Robert H.N. Ho Research Centre.

The General Contractor under $15 Million award winners included Manley Design and Construction Management for the Mahony and Sons Public House, Ledcor Construction for the Klahoose New Relationship Building/Multi-Centre and Vancouver Pile Driving for the Nanaimo Cruise Ship Terminal.

Additional project-related Silver awards will be announced in the trade contractor, electrical contractor, mechanical contractor, and manufacturer & supplier categories.

The Gold Award winners will be announced at the 23rd annual VRCA Awards of Excellence gala on October 19, 2011 at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

Stantec has signed a deal to acquire Minnesota-based Bonestroo, Inc., which is an engineering, planning, and environmental science firm with about 275 employees in eleven offices located in the Midwest United States.

“With Bonestroo’s expertise and reputation for technical excellence and responsive service, we’ll be better equipped to offer municipal and environmental services in regions of the United States where, to date, we’ve had very limited or no presence,” said Bob Gomes, Stantec president and chief executive officer.

The acquisition will allow Stantec to enter new markets in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan and North Dakota.

Stantec currently has about 475 staff and 16 offices in the Midwest. In the past 14 months, Stantec has added over 1600 staff across North America and internationally.


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