COLE has been retained by the Water Resources Agency (WRA) of Trinidad and Tobago to develop a Water Security Managment Plan for the island of Tobago and a Dry Season and Drought Water Supply Management Plan for Trinidad and Tobago.
COLE is extremely proud to announce we have been named as one of the winners of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers for 2018.
To better understand the status of biogas projects and funding opportunities for future biogas initiatives, representatives from COLE’s resource recovery team recently attended the Canadian Biogas Association’s Value of Biogas East 2018 Conference in Gatineau, QC.
Cole Engineering Group Ltd. (COLE) is thrilled to announce that we have changed our corporate identity to better reflect our service offerings and core values.
COLE is extremely proud to announce we have been named as one of the winners of the 2018 Canada’s Top Employers for Young People.
The Young Professionals Group (YPG) has had a presence at COLE for many years but only recently has it been given the attention and resources it deserves.
It's with great excitement that we share COLE was presented the Transportation Catalyst Award at the Toronto Region Board of Trade's 2017 Business Excellence Awards
COLE, through its work in the water/wastewater Sector in the Caribbean has made a major commitment in assisting local water authorities with knowledge transfer on key engineering challenges in the Caribbean.
Trenchless Technology awards the Project of the Year for New Installations to the Rebecca Trunk Wastewater Main Project.
We are pleased to announce that COLE has recently been awarded two contracts in Trinidad and Tobago for the Water and Sewerage Authority.
COLE’s Senior Project Manager Shabir Alidina’s unique work is featured in the September/October edition of Renew Canada.
COLE is a proud sponsor of the 2017 WEAO Utility Management Forum (UMF) which will be held on Tuesday October 24, 2017 at Toronto Botanical Gardens.
~~Mr. Steve Davies is a senior hydrogeologist and project manager with over 25 years of diverse national and international experience in the private and public sectors.
Scanning my newsfeed in early June, I’d discovered that a few weeks prior the Toronto Executive Committee had voted to stop moving forward with its proposed stormwater fee .
Are you heading to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Pipelines Conference in Phoenix, Arizona? We Are!
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?