Len Murray and Garry Stevenson each receive an EIC Fellowship

Congratulations to Len Murray, President and CEO, and Garry Stevenson, Geotechnical Engineer, for each receiving an Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) Fellowship. Founded in 1887, the EIC comprises 12 constituent societies with over 25,000 Canadian engineers. Starting in 1963, EIC has yearly elected some members to the level of Fellow, to recognize their excellence in engineering and their services to the profession and to society.

Len Murray has over 40 years of civil/geotechnical and environmental engineering experience throughout Canada, USA, Central and South America, Southeast Asia, UK, Australia, Papua New Guinea, the Middle East and Africa.

Garry Stevenson is one of the top hydroelectric geotechnical engineers in Canada and his services are keenly sought out by many dam owners. He has over 40 years of experience in a variety of soil and rock projects, including hydroelectric, transportation and rapid transit projects.

Len and Garry join their KCB colleagues – Harvey McLeod, Bryan Watts, Alex Sy, and Bill Chin as EIC Fellows.

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