News Release

ACEC-Ontario recognizes noteworthy project submissions for OEPA by member companies

March 10, 2023

Published  March 10, 2023

ACEC-Ontario is celebrating the 20th edition of consulting engineering industry project awards.

This year we are elevating the program, revamping the awards categories and stepping up the venue for the 2023 the Ontario Engineering Project Awards (OEPA). Event details can be found here.

The awards program would not be a success without all the hard work, and incredible projects, that member companies complete to support our society in Ontario, Canada and globally. The submission process itself requires effort on behalf of our member companies, we thank each one for putting in their time and dedication, and sharing their projects. These outstanding projects are reflections of the recent accomplishments in our consulting engineering industry.

This year we recognize the submissions for the OEPA, in alphabetical order by company name:

  • AECOM Canada Ltd – Ontario Line Immersive Sound Studio
  • AECOM Canada Ltd – Ellesmere Fleet Maintenance Facility and Pocket Part
  • Ainley & Associates Limited – Southampton Water Pollution Control Plant Expansion Class EA
  • Ainley & Associates Limited – Main Street Bridge Rehabilitation, Wasaga Beach
  • Associated Engineering – Trafalgar Road Feedermains & Ashgrove 30ML Reservoir
  • BBA – Paperless and Collaborative 3D Approach
  • BBA – BBA’s Great Adventure | Onboarding Program
  • CIMA Canada Inc. – Engineering Consultant – Brock Street & Rossland Road Widening & Intersection Improvements
  • CIMA Canada Inc. – Engineering Consultant – CAM 1W Booster Pumping Station & Trunk Watermain
  • Dillon Consulting Limited – Collins Creek Wildlife Mitigation Project
  • Dillon Consulting Limited – Ridge Landfill Environmental Assessment
  • Dillon Consulting Limited – Sewer and Coastal Flood Protection Master Plan
  • Entuitive Corporation – Port Lands Flood Protection and Enabling Infrastructure (PLFPEI) Project
  • Eramosa Engineering Inc. – SCADA, Process Control and Communications Master Plan
  • Eramosa Engineering Inc. – Mine Remediation Cloud SCADA Integration
  • Eramosa Engineering Inc – Electrical Power Studies & Arc Flash Models for Multiple Wastewater Facilities
  • GM BluePlan – Waterloo’s First Woonerf
  • GM BluePlan – Two Mile Creek Water Quality Improvement
  • Hatch Ltd. – Process Gas Project (PGP) and Particulate Emissions Project (PEP), Sudbury Smelter
  • Hatch Ltd. – Kingston Third Crossing
  • Hatch Ltd. – Waba Dam Renewal Project
  • HH Angus and Associates Limited Consulting Engineers – Royal Inland Hospital, Phil & Jennie Gaglardi Patient Care Tower
  • Jacobs Consulting Canada Inc. – Duffin Creek Water Pollution Control Plant Outfall Diffuser Upgrade
  • J.L. Richards & Associates Limited – Mattagami First Nation Elementary School
  • J.L. Richards & Associates Limited – Comox Fixed-wing Search and Rescue Training Centre
  • J.L. Richards & Associates Limited – Activity-based Working at JLR in Ottawa
  • J.L. Richards & Associates Limited – Manotick Watermain Link, Phase 1 and North Island Watermain Link
  • LEA Consulting Ltd. – Water Management Plan by Site 46X-0176/BO
  • McIntosh Perry Consulting Engineers Ltd – Ducks Unlimited Canada Project Infrastructure Inspections for 250 Sites in Ontario
  • MTE Consultants – Old Mill Pumping Station for the City of Kitchener
  • R.J. Burnside & Associates Limited – Godey Water Supply Project
  • R.J. Burnside & Associates Limited – Mattamy Elgin Mills Compensation Wetland
  • R.V. Anderson Associates Limited – Central Bridge Replacement and Additional Works
  • R.V. Anderson Associates Limited – Harmony Creek Water Pollution Control Plant Major Maintenance Works
  • Tatham Engineering Limited – King Street Rejuvenation
  • Tulloch – “Hockey Night in Huntsville” – Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni Game

About ACEC-Ontario:

Founded in 1975, the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – Ontario (ACEC-Ontario) is a not-for-profit industry advocacy association representing nearly 140 consulting engineering firms that collectively employ more than 25,000 individuals across the province and contribute to nearly $10 billion to the Ontario economy.

ACEC-Ontario advocates for a business and regulatory climate that enables our members to provide the highest level of services and best possible value to their clients. ACEC-Ontario promotes the important contribution that consulting engineering makes to the social, economic and environmental quality of life in Ontario and around the globe.