Laval and Calgary, October 25, 2017 – CIMA+ is thrilled to announce that its TEMPUS online migration tool has won a Canadian Consulting Engineering Award in the Natural Resources, Mining, Industry, & Energy category. The award was presented at the 49th edition of the CCE Awards gala in Ottawa, Ontario. David Findlay, partner at CIMA+ and Instrumentation and Controls Lead – Alberta at our Calgary office, accepted the award on behalf of the firm.
“We strive to constantly be at the cutting-edge of new technologies in order to offer our clients value-added solutions. It is the visionary thinking and sense of innovation of our Industry team that continue to be recognized with prestigious awards such as this one,” says François Plourde, President and CEO of CIMA+.
TEMPUS is an online migration tool that allows for transferring control of an industrial plant from an obsolete control system to another system, while keeping the plant in operation. TEMPUS was used for a pilot project at the Suncor extraction plant in Fort McMurray, where an ODB 500 HP centrifuge was migrated, without interruption to the plant’s operations.
About the CCE Awards
The Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards Gala, held every year in Ottawa, is organized jointly by the ACEC and the Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine. The awards represent the industry’s highest mark of recognition and are given to the most remarkable engineering projects delivered by Canadian firms.
CIMA+ is a Canadian multidisciplinary firm that specializes in consulting engineering, project management, urban planning, and the environment, allowing for a full range of services in urban infrastructure, transportation, buildings, industry, energy and hydroelectricity, telecommunications and ITS, as well as geomatics. With 36 offices across Canada, CIMA+ employs close to 1,800 people, nearly 60% of which share ownership in the company. For more information on CIMA+, please visit www.cima.ca.
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