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August 28, 2017

Binnie Leading Improvements on the Alex Fraser Bridge

The Alex Fraser Bridge sees 119,000 cars cross the bridge every day. They are part of 1.5 million commuters travelling throughout Metro Vancouver. It is a dense network constrained by mountain ranges to the north and east, the United States to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. In recent years, commuters on the Alex Fraser Bridge […]
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July 19, 2017

Binnie Sponsors the Special Olympics BC

The Special Olympics BC Summer Games took place in Kamloops July 6-8. The event was a huge success, with participation from over 1550 athletes and coaches from across the province. The Summer Games occurs every four years, and includes 10 sports: bowling, athletics, basketball, bocce, golf, powerlifting, rythmic gymnastics, soccer, softball, and swimming. Binnie was […]
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June 13, 2017

Binnie Represents the Consulting Industry

Three members of Binnie’s professional engineering team have been chosen to represent BC’s consulting industry. At ACEC-BC‘s recent Annual General Meeting, a new Board of Directors was elected. Among the representatives were Binnie’s Richard Bush, Maurizio Ponzini, and David Marchand. Maurizio Ponzini is a shareholder and Binnie’s Transportation Group Manager. He oversees our Highway Design, Traffic Engineering, […]
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Representatives from BC consulting engineering companies attend YOung Professionals Conference, May 2017 
May 18, 2017

Binnie Supports Inaugural Young Professionals Conference

On May 11-12, Binnie was well represented at ACEC-BC’s inaugural Young Professionals Conference, Leading From Where You Are. Sixty-two people from consulting engineering firms around BC’s Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island, and Prince George attended. The conference was held at the Terminal City Club in Vancouver. Binnie was proud to have keen young staff in attendance, and to […]
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accessible baseball field in Vancouver, BC 
April 24, 2017

Binnie Designs First Accessible Baseball Diamond in BC

British Columbia’s first fully accessible baseball diamond opened for play at Hillcrest Park in Vancouver on Saturday, April 22, 2017. The field was designed by Binnie and features an artificial turf surface that allows wheelchairs to move around with ease. The field is level and has no raised obstacles – such as mounds or bases – so that players […]
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