UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA
ENGINEERS IN ACTION:
Our Corporate Sponsors
Our mission is to work with under-served communities in Bolivia by creating access to essential resources and economic opportunities by building footbridges over impassable rivers. This requires working closely with professional engineers and members of the local community. This work would also not be possible without the financial support of our wonderful sponsors!
Our project in Humapirhua, Bolivia is in associations with:
University of Alberta Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering offers competitive instruction and facilities to undergraduate and graduate students, with research spanning from industrial to municipal projects.
Rapid-Span Bridges Inc.
Rapid-Span is one of Canada’s largest manufacturers of steel and precast components for the transportation industry and in particular bridge construction. With multiple production plants in western Canada, they have been supplying bridge systems and components to governments and industries in Canada and world-wide since 1983. Rapid-Span is widely recognized for quality products and reliability of service.
The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA)
The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) regulates the practices of engineering and geoscience in Alberta on behalf of the Government of Alberta through the Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act.
University of Alberta Engineering Students Society
The Engineering Students’ Society is a student leadership group that utilizes resources, events, and initiatives to enable 4400+ undergraduate Engineering students to have the best university experience possible.
Founded on ethical and responsible business practices, Collins Steel is an Edmonton based structural steel and fabrication company that serves the commercial, institutional, industrial, and high-rise markets. It's easy.
CISC Centre for Steel Structures Education and Research
With the acknowledgement of improving the interaction of industry and research, The CISC Centre for Steel Structures Education and Research ("The Steel Centre") was created at the University of Alberta to connect the needs of industry to the expanding research of the university, ensure graduates are well-trained in structural steel detailing and design, and maintain a close mentorship between students and industry personnel.
Supreme has become the largest privately owned steel construction company in Canada, delivering generations of trusted steel expertise throughout the country and into the United States. The legacy companies that form Supreme Group date back over 100 years to the early days of modern Canada. Our steel has been used in critical infrastructure projects, buildings, skyscrapers and major transportation arteries that have become the backbone of industry and commerce.
Epsilon Chemicals Ltd.
Epsilon Chemicals is a Canadian corporation since 1990 that researches and innovates specialized products and services to the industry.
Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd.
RJC Engineers specialize in structural engineering, consulting, building science and parking planning across Canada with over 65 years of experience.
ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd.
ISL is a collaborative dynamic of consulting engineers and land services professionals with the dedication to innovate sustainable transportation, land, and water resources for the public and private sectors.
Almita Piling Inc.
Almita is the largest and most experienced helical pile provider in North America with a passion for Shaping Communities by Creating Smart Foundations.
Canadian Institute of Steel Construction
he Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) is Canada’s voice for the steel construction industry. The CISC promotes dialogue, collaboration and commerce between industry stakeholders – advancing the benefits of steel to the consulting community, builders and buyers, academia and government.