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The Hamilton/Halton Engineering Week committee has selected the City of Hamilton, Cole Engineering, and Metric Contracting team as the recipients of the 2012 Environmental Engineering Project of the Year for The Enhancement of Windermere Basin.

The Hamilton-Halton Engineering Week Committee in association with the Ontario Society for Professional Engineers annually selects up to three projects to receive the Hamilton-Halton Project of the Year Award. Projects are judged based on their merits of engineering uniqueness and complexity, contribution or significance to the profession and/or community and historical significance.

Cole Engineering provided consulting engineering services to the City of Hamilton in order to restore the great lakes coastal wetland and enhance aquatic and terrestrial habitat in the Windermere Basin. The project reached substantial completion on September 30, 2012, prior to project funding deadlines and provides significant environmental and social benefits to the City and its residents.

An awards ceremony was held on Saturday March 2nd, with Cole Engineering Project Manager, Mark Bassingthwaite P.Eng. and John Helka, Senior Project Manager with the City of Hamilton on site to deliver a presentation on the project and accept plaques in recognition of this great achievement. Also in attendance was Project Site Inspector, Jawaid Khan and several sub-consultants involved in the project.

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