Today not everyone has the title of project manager, however most employees are responsible for getting projects done, juggling deadlines, and dealing with multiple demands in addition to handling many other responsibilities, often working with people who do not report to them – all of which has to be done well, within budget, and on
This article was submitted to NB Power News by Michele Coleman; NB Power and Co-Chair of ARC 2015 The Atlantic Reclamation Conference (ARC2015) was held October 20-22, 2015 at the Wu Conference Centre in Fredericton and hosted over 100 practitioners, consultants, provincial and federal regulators, academics, students, planner and developers interested or involved with the
I hope to get your creative juices (along with your gastric juices) flowing over the holidays so that there are several article submissions for the Canadian Reclamation Journal. We have had excellent responses over the past few journals with several articles from Atlantic Canada in each issue. Let’s keep up the effort in sharing the
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The Maritime College of Forest Technology’s, Department of Continuing Education is pleased to offer Watercourse Alteration Certification training with Gordon Carpenter as instructor. The course dates are November 23 – 27, 2015. The course will be held in room 230 of the Maritime College of Forest Technology, Fredericton, NB. Specific course details including an instructor
Watercourse Alteration Certification Courses for Sizers and Installers at the Maritime College of Forest Technology
L to R: Lee Swanson, NB Department of Environment and Local Government; Derrick Mitchell, Boreal Environmental; Rhett Thompson, Dexter Construction; Yvonne Chabassol, Defense Construction Canada; Andy Walter, Strum Environmental (Tour Organizer); Arielle DeMerchant, NB DELG; Sheila Goucher, NB DELG; Crystale Harty, NB DELG; Roy Hicky, DCC; Michele Coleman, NB Power; Frank Potter, NS Lands; Emma
Atlantic CLRA are happy to announce that this summer we will be implementing the first of a new annual field trip event. Each year we will choose an interesting Project which has been completed (or is in the process of being completed), and offer to members and/or past CLRA attendees the opportunity to attend a
As of 2000, the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (NSTIR) has required contractors to have a Foreman/Supervisor who has attended this course present on-site on all highway construction jobs requiring earthwork.
The intent of this course is to raise awareness to the importance of erosion and sediment control as it relates to the potential impacts of various construction activities on the aquatic environment.