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January 2004

2003 Salary Surveys Completed!

The results of the 2003 engineers and geoscientists salary surveys are now available.

Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador (PEG), together with the other three Atlantic Canada engineering associations, have completed a joint salary survey for engineers. As well, PEG has completed a separate survey for Newfoundland and Labrador geoscientists.



Employer's Survey Shows Positive Opinion about Engineers & Geoscientists

A poll of employers of engineers and geoscientists in Newfoundland and Labrador, conducted in 2003, revealed very assuring results for the professions.

Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (CIMM), Newfoundland Branch

More than 300 delegates attended the 50th Annual Conference of the CIMM Newfoundland Branch, October 30 - November 1, 2003. 

The Proposed 25 MW St. Lawrence Wind Demonstration Project

Newfoundland’s First Wind Demonstration Project?

Internationally wind power is a growing as a source of clean renewable energy.  In this article, Tony Dawe, P. Eng. of Quadratec tells about a proposed wind demonstration project as a first for Newfoundland.

Cabot Habitat for Humanity Seeking Volunteers

Cabot Habitat for Humanity, an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity Canada, a charitable non profit organization assists low-income families achieve home ownership by mobilizing local communities, volunteer, material and financial resources through supportive partnerships.

 

Dealing with an Underfunded Client

Notice to Engineers involved in Structural Steel Design

Canadian Geoscience Knowledge Network advises of new client survey

InfraGuide

In Memoriam - Colin J. Karasek, P. Eng.

Members in the News

© Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador

 

National Engineering & Geoscience Week 2004

February 28 - March 7, 2004
Theme:  Engineering - Vision of 
Things to Come

Preparations are underway for National Engineering and Geoscience Week.  Some events include the Bridge Building Competition, Shaving Cream Tower Competition, Poster Contest, Wordsearch and a Newspaper Supplement.  Look for upcoming events in your area!

Lost Members

If you know the whereabouts of any of the following members, please contact the PEG office.

  • Philip J. Bentley
  • Ismail Hussein
  • Ian R. Kerr
  • Kang Y. Lee
  • A. Reginald Stanford