October 14, 2020
We are pleased to share the great news that we have won the Grand Prix in the Project Management category for our role in the Mould Bay Causeway Reconstruction Project!
This award honours our team for their role in the successful delivery of the Mould Bay Causeway Reconstruction Project. One of the least accessible locations in Canada, Mould Bay is a former High Arctic Weather Station in the Northwest Territories’ Prince Patrick Island. The remote project site presented significant logistical challenges which our team managed to ensure the project was completed on time and to the client’s complete satisfaction.
The Grand Prix awards, presented by l’Association des firmes de génie-conseil – Québec (AFGQ), are the preeminent engineering awards program in Quebec distinguishing excellence in innovation, quality and performance. The 2020 winners are among the best-in-class for Quebec consulting engineering firms and Englobe is proud to be part of this elite group for our Project Management capabilities.
For us, this award is a testament to our team’s unwavering commitment to quality, integrity, and client service. We would like to recognize the entire Mould Bay project team and to congratulate them on this significant achievement!
We would also like to extend a sincere thank you to l’Association des firmes de génie-conseil – Québec (AFGQ) for this significant honour.
About the Mould Bay Project
Environment and Climate Change Canada retained Englobe to manage the reconstruction of the Mould Bay causeway connecting the station and site access roads. Mould Bay is 1 of 5 High Arctic Weather Stations and is one of the least accessible locations in Canada. The project team managed significant logistical challenges to complete this project on budget, on schedule, and to the satisfaction of the client: