January 03, 2007
ENGCOMP Wins 2006 CES Awards of Excellence
The CES Awards of Excellence (www.ces.sk.ca)
were established in 2001 to raise the profile of the consulting
engineering and geoscience industry in Saskatchewan. The awards
provide a forum for recognition of the work done by the CES Member
Firms and promote the consulting engineering and geoscience industry
in Saskatchewan through publication of the awards.
ENGCOMP Engineering & Computing Professionals
Inc. has been awarded the following awards for its work on the
Monroe Creek Crossing Bridge project.
CES 2006 Brian Eckel Award of Merit -
CES 2006 Brian Eckel Award of Merit - Technology Innovation
Click to view larger photos of the awards
Constructed from two decommissioned flat-deck rail cars, the Monroe
Creek Crossing Bridge, near Claude Resources Seabee Gold Mine,
assures the continued viability of the mill processing facility.
This project provided many engineering, budget,
and scheduling challenges. The rail cars themselves had significant
damage and deterioration and their framing system is unconventional
as a bridge structure.
Completed in 12 months from start of engineering
to completion of construction, this innovative design provides
a practical, cost-effective solution that safely meets the requirements
of the Client, the highway bridge code, and the Department of
Fisheries and Oceans.
for a Detailed Overview of this Project
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