Solid waste management is a complex system of regulatory, administrative, market, technology, and social components, and every society throughout history has struggled to hygienically and sustainably manage its own waste.
In a fiercely competitive global market, the mantra “bigger is better” is a goal for many small-to medium-sized Canadian businesses. But Cole Engineering Group Ltd. is jettisoning this tactic and making excellence and innovation its modus operandi. The firm has recently been working on projects for municipalities, such as Toronto, Peel, York, Niagara, Durham, Halton, Peterborough and Ottawa.
As you may or may not be aware MOVEMBER 2015 is fast approaching! For the last number of years we have had a Movember Team here at Cole Engineering. In our 2014 Campaign, the Cole Mo Bo’s were able to raise a grand total of $6,773 for a great cause and we had some fun along the way.
Senior Utility leaders came together on October 19th, 2015, at the first Utility Management Forum held in Ontario. This one-day forum was organized by the newly formed Utility Management Committee of the WEAO to exchange ideas and have peer-to-peer discussions on the common challenges facing Ontario utilities.
Carl Yates has extensive experience in the water utility profession having served as Project Engineer, Chief Engineer and General Manager of the Halifax Water Commission from 1988 to 1996. In 1996, he was appointed General Manager of the Halifax Regional Water Commission which assumed a regional mandate after the municipal amalgamation of the greater Halifax area in 1996.
Lynn Patterson is Director, Corporate Responsibility for RBC, and oversees strategy and communications for the RBC Blue Water Project and the RBC Believe in Kids Pledge. She is also responsible for RBC's corporate responsibility reporting.
Thomas Kunetz is a member of the 2014-2015 Board of Trustees for the Water Environment Federation. He is the Assistant Director of Engineering for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, leading the district’s efforts on key strategic engineering initiatives, including energy neutrality.
Cole Engineering (COLE) is excited about participating in the Livable Cities Forum being held in Calgary at the end of September (28th-30th).
Oakville is taking some serious steps to revitalize the city’s water systems in the wake of the increasingly frequent local floods...
Recognizing the enormous potential in sharing experience, brain-storming ideas and uniting the industry behind solving it’s biggest challenges Cole Engineering and the Water Environment Association of Ontario (WEAO) are pleased to announce the first annual Utility Management Forum. The UMF will take place on Monday October 19th, 2015 at the Kingbridge Centre in the Region of York.
We are excited to announce that Cole Engineering, in partnership with Diamond and Schmitt Architects has been awarded the design phase of the new York Regional Transit Bus Terminal, to be built at the corner of Millway and Portage in the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre.
Job searching is stressful. Broad requirements, fierce competition and high unemployment rates make standing out to a prospective employer difficult and daunting. In the increasingly social workplace...
When we think about crash risk in road use, we generally think about collisions between road users, ether as vehicle occupants or as cyclists and pedestrians. Collision statistics however, suggest we must think more broadly.
Cole Engineering’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Mohsen Mortada as President of the Firm effective December 1st, 2014...
The Barrie Corridor has been identified as one of the fastest growing Rail Corridors in the GO Transit system. The Barrie GO Train serves 7,500 passengers per day
Robert brings over 30 years of international experience in the management, planning, design and construction of water and wastewater infrastructure...
For over 25 years, Bill has assisted municipal and industrial clients in optimizing their operations and business planning through the application of technology and best practices.
The Ontario Public Works Association (OPWA) recently announced that The City of Hamilton’s ‘Enhancement of Windermere Basin’ has been named the 2013 Public Works Project of the Year in the Environment $10 Million to $50 Million Category.