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December 20, 2012

Engineering Award for Traffic Management

December, 2012: Binnie wins engineering award. The Bill Curtis Award (Outstanding Transportation Project of the Year) is awarded annually by the Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers, Greater Vancouver Section. Bill Curtis, a long time City of Vancouver engineer and Director of Engineering in the late 1970s and 80s, was responsible for the Cambie Bridge and […]
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September 1, 2012

Binnie Reviews Baseball Field Design

September, 2012: Binnie chosen to provide engineering review for Bear Creek Facility Baseball Field Design.  Over the past 15 years, Binnie has enhanced its core services and strengthened its expertise in the area of parks and sports facilities.  Currently considered one of the leading outdoor sports facility consultants in Canada, Binnie has provided design and […]
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June 20, 2012

Binnie Designs Pedestrian Scramble Intersection

June 20, 2012: The Vancouver Sun reports today that the City of Vancouver is slated to pilot a pedestrian scramble intersection design on Robson Street in Vancouver. This intersection design stops traffic in all directions, allowing pedestrians to cross the street in any direction, including diagonally. Because of the separation of pedestrian and vehicular movement, […]
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June 1, 2012

Civil Engineering Consultants Provide Services for VGH

June 2012: The recently financed mental health facility at Vancouver General Hospital has civil engineering consultants, Binnie, on the development team. The Joe and Rosalie Segal Health Centre, named in honour of their $12-million contribution to the facility, is slated to be completed within three years. The province is contributing $48 million, while the VGH […]
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