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Some of ENKON's recent testimonials and awards, which are the result of our staff's persistent, hard work, include the following:

Testimonials

2009 - Doug Hyde, Project Manager, Township of Langley, 64th Avenue Railway Overpass Project Langley BC:

"All, I am pleased to advise that the 64 Avenue Rail Overpass Project has received CEAA approval.  This is a major milestone in the project and is due largely to the efforts of Enkon Environmental, specifically Annette Smith and Glenn Stewart.  Enkon’s efforts included detailed investigation and analysis and ongoing dialogue with the environmental agencies that culminated in the CEAA submission.  I believe that this submission, at minimum, will be a model for future CEAA submissions for projects within the RBRC Program. Congratulations to Enkon on a job well done."

Certificates

2008 - Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC)

VANOC award

“Gold Medal Performance” for ENKON’s contribution and dedication as part of the Whistler Nordic Venue construction team for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in Callaghan Valley.  The certificate recognizes the spirit, effort and passion of ENKON on the path to gold.  Signatories John Furlong, VANOC Chief Executive Officer and Dan Boyle, VANOC Vice-President Construction.

 

2003 - Vancouver 2010 Bid Corporation

Vancouver 2010 Bid award

In recognition of your tremendous support towards Canada’s Bid for the 2010 Olympic winter Games and Paralympic winter Games.  Signatories Jean Chretien, Prime Minister of Canada, Gordon Campbell, Premier of British Columbia, Jack Poole, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Michael Chambers, President, Canadian Olympic Committee, Larry Campbell, Mayor, City of Vancouver and Hugh O’Reilly, Mayor, Resort Municipality of Whistler.

 

 

 

Sponsorships

2009 - Ducks Unlimited Canada Silver Sponsor

Ducks Unlimited Silver Sponsor award

“In recognition and appreciation of the generous support of Glenn Stewart towards conserving wetlands and associated habitats for the benefit of waterfowl, other wildlife and people”.  Signatory Neil Downey, President.

 

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