Cole Engineering Group Ltd. (COLE) is pleased to welcome J.Brant Gill, P.Geo to our team as Senior Hydrogeologist.
Barn Swallows (Hirundo rustica), a threatened species protected under Ontario's Endangered Species Act (2007), nest almost exclusively on human-made structures such as barns, sheds, bridges, and culverts.
On Thursday June 22, Water Canada Magazine held the Water’s Next Gala and Award Dinner. The national program honours the achievements and ideas of individuals and companies that successfully work to change water in our country.
Every June, biologists visit proposed development sites in the GTA to check if they’re home to bats.
On Wednesday June 28th, COLE hosted a special Canada 150 themed BBQ and social hour benefiting Water for People- Canada.
Alexandra Chan and Bravira Abadi, Past-Chairs of COLE's Young Professional Group attended the AWWA Annual Conference and Expo (ACE17) in Philadelphia, June 11th - June 14th
Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death for Canadian men and women. As a matter of fact, every 7 minutes, someone in Canada dies from heart disease or stroke. We rode the Heart&Stroke Big Bike to help change that.
We all must play our part to protect our planet. At COLE, we strive to achieve this vision through our outstanding environmental service.
Cole Engineering Group held our inagural COLEaboration Symposium on May 9th, 2017 at the Thornhill Golf and Country Club, and without question it was a smash hit among all guests.
Just as new grads and students are worried about finding a job after they graduate, engineering firms are concerned about being able to fill vacancies left by a generation of retiring boomers. Yet there seems to be a disconnect;many new grads struggle to find even entry-level employment, while firms have trouble finding the right “fit” in new hires. What gives? Is it an experience gap?
(TORONTO, May 1, 2017) Cole Engineering Group (CEG) acquired XCG’s water consultancy and training business.
Cole Engineering (Cole) is pleased to appoint Jamie Witherspoon, P.Eng., LEED AP as Vice President - Director of our Federal and Provincial program and Interim Director of Quality Management
Cole Engineering was a proud sponsor of the 2017 University of Guelph Engineering Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race Team, the 'Barnyard Bogganers'.
Floods, while a natural environmental process, are expensive, damaging, and deadly. They’re actually the costliest natural disaster for Canadians, causing more home insurance claims than any other disaster and costing cities billions of dollars in damages. They occur five times more often than the next-most common natural disaster (wildfires), with more than 2 major floods a year in Canada.
Canada’s Infrastructure Gap has been on the radar for at least the past 20 years. Throughout this time, community groups have continuously (and unscientifically) noted the crumbling state of local roads, sewers, aging hospitals and government buildings. The large-scale infrastructure evaluations rolled in during the early 2000s, they say, need to be addressed.
Cole Engineering's Water Infrastructure team organized a social hour to raise money for Water for People, a charitable, nonprofit, international humanitarian organization dedicated to the development and delivery of clean, safe water and sanitation solutions in developing nations.
The Oshawa Skeet & Gun Club and Cole Engineering's Water Management Group hosted the 6th Annual Sporting Clay-Shoot Tournament on June 29th.
Toronto's iconic CN Tower celebrated the 40th anniversary of its opening on June 26, 2016.
In an industry where the people in a company are as important as the company itself, “Meet the Team” pages can give great information about individual employees and company culture. We’re going a bit beyond that. We want you to really get to know our individual employees who are the best of the best.
Our Mark Bassingthwaite, Vice President of Water Management, was co-host of a special discussion on June 8 as part of the Water and Climate Dialogue Series organized by the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH).
See some of our favourite pictures from the event....