Klohn Crippen Berger Receives CEA Awards

February 25, 2020

Consulting Engineers of Alberta (CEA) held their annual Showcase Awards Gala on Friday, February 21, 2020. Klohn Crippen Berger won an Award of Merit (Water Resources category) and an Award of Excellence (Community Development category) for the Harvie Passage Rehabilitation project. This project was done jointly with SG1 Water Consulting, Recreation Engineering & Planning, Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, 02 Planning and Design, and Bluebird Contracting Services for the client Alberta Environment and Parks and Alberta Transportation.

Klohn Crippen Berger was engaged to plan, design, and administer construction of the rehabilitation of the Harvie Passage, which was damaged in the unprecedented flood of June 2013. Harvie Passage’s primary purpose is to enable river passage for boaters and fish while maintaining water diversions from the Bow River. Rehabilitation of Harvie Passage allowed “lessons learned” from its design and construction to be implemented, creating a more robust and sustainable facility. Terrestrial and aquatic habitats were also built and seamlessly integrated into Pearce Estate Park to create a unique recreational amenity for the City of Calgary.

Click here to see the full list of CEA 2020 award winners: https://www.cea.ca/events/showcaseawards/ceashowcaseawards/showcase-award-winners2020.html

From L. to R.: David Mack, Vice President, Alberta (Klohn Crippen Berger), Kurt Tomblin, Civil Engineer (Klohn Crippen Berger), Sabrina Figliomeni (TML Group), Yvonne Carignan (Government of Alberta), Darren Shepherd (SG1 Water Consulting)