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Season's Greetings From KWL!
December 10, 2018

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KWL Wins CCE Award of Excellence
October 24, 2018

Kerr Wood Leidal Associates received the Award of Excellence for its Squamish Integrated Flood Hazard Management Plan at 2018 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards gala, held on October 23 in...

Fernie Celebrates Completion of Infrastructure Upgrades
August 02, 2018

The community of Fernie celebrated the completion of $16.4 million in new and upgraded infrastructure on July 25.

KWL was the Regional District of East Kootenay’s engineer for the...

KWL Project Wins PIBC Award
June 04, 2018

The team for the Squamish Integrated Flood Hazard Management Plan won the 2018 Research & New Directions Award, Silver from the Planning Institute of British Columbia. The winners were:...

Victoria Airport Authority wins 2017 EcoStar Award
November 20, 2017

KWL congratulates the Victoria Airport Authority on winning 2017 EcoStar Award for Ecological Stewardship for its TenTen Creek Sediment Reduction Project!

The goal of the project was to...

KWL Wins CCE Award of Excellence
October 25, 2017

KWL received the Award of Excellence for its Central at Garden City District Energy System Mini-Plant at the 2017 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards gala held on October 24 in Ottawa.

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Chris Johnston Elected President of BCWWA
June 05, 2017

KWL’s Chris Johnston, P.Eng. became President of the BC Water & Waste Association during its AGM in May in Victoria, BC.  Chris is an accomplished and well-respected...

June 05, 2017

Colwyn Sunderland has received the prestigious 2017 AWWA George Warren Fuller Award, which honours an individual for sound engineering and leadership skills, and distinguished service to the water...

Mike Nolan and Mike Homenuke Honoured by APEGBC
October 03, 2016

Two KWL employees have received awards from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC (APEGBC).  Mike Nolan, M.Eng., P.Eng. received the D.C.

Park to Conserve Bog and Support Agriculture
August 15, 2016

The City of Richmond is undertaking a multi-million-dollar design for its Garden City Lands that aims to conserve its peat-bog ecosystem and support agricultural production. The 52-hectare park...