March 6, 2015Business in Vancouver, March 4th
It’s a relatively short gap of time between when Klohn Crippen Berger (KCB) was founded in B.C. in 1951 and when the engineering firm began work on the Site C dam.
“I mean, some of our guys, that was the first job they ever did, and they’ve been with the company 40 years,” KCB president Len Murray told Business in Vancouver.
“But this latest phase … it’s kind of been two to three years building up a head of steam.”
The $8.8-billion hydro project was given the green light in December, and some of B.C.’s biggest engineering firms are expected to benefit significantly from ongoing work with BC Hydro and other energy-related projects. read more...