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Industrial | MORRISON HERSHFIELD – NEWFOUNDLAND Putting Down Roots MORRISON HERSHFIELD IS TAKING A MAJOR ROLE IN A BOOMING CANADIAN REGION. BY JIM HARRIS The Hibernia project was Morrison Hershfield’s first work in the offshore oil drilling industry near Newfoundland. « A The drilling platform project, owned by n arrangement that started as a ExxonMobil, involves building a stand-alone partnership between a St. John’s, fixed concrete gravity based structure (GBS) in Newfoundland-based structural the Hebron oil field, located 350 kilometers southengineering company and a east of St. John's. The GBS is designed to withstand large North American multidisciplinary • Local Revenues: $2 million sea ice, icebergs and other weather and ocean conengineer on a single project has evolved into • Newfoundland Employees: 22 ditions and is designed to store roughly 1.2 million a permanent union. • Services: Structural engineering barrels of crude oil. The structure will extend 300 Morrison Hershfield, a firm with offices feet into the Atlantic Ocean and will support a topthroughout Canada and the United States, in side deck that includes living quarters and drilling 2010 acquired Structural Design Inc. (SDI) and production facilities. after initially approaching the company for Morrison Hershfield is involved in several help performing portions of a $6 billion offaspects of the project including serving as part of shore oil drilling platform project. The acquisi–Mike Brady, regional manager the design team redeveloping the Bull Arm fabrition gives Morrison Hershfield a permanent cation site in Newfoundland, where the GBS will base in the province of Newfoundland as well as the local knowledge and resources of a company with a long history that be constructed and the topside module will be assembled and mated with the GBS. This is Morrison Hershfield's second major entry in the offincludes work on similar projects, Regional Manager Mike Brady explains. Morrison Hershfield – Newfoundland “Finding a new home base locally and backing that up with our experience from across Canada has been worthwhile for us.” 100 CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2012 http://www.CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM

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Construction Today - September/October 2012
Construction Law
Green Construction
Best Practices
Lighting Technology
HDC Development Cos.
NorthPoint Development
Cornish & Carey Commercial Newmark Knight Frank – Moffett Towers
Demar Plumbing Corp.
Howard S. Wright – Tony Nelssen Equestrian Center
Rommel Cos.
NOW Specialties Inc.
NOW Specialties Inc.
Sioux Chief Manufacturing Co.
Victor International
Starwood Land Ventures
LaValley Building Supply
Congress Construction
McCormack Baron Salazar Inc.
Related California – The Village at Santa Monica
Ricco Construction
Taisei Construction Corp.
WPM Construction
WPM Construction – WR Sage West Apartments
Flagger Force
Miami International Airport – North Terminal improvements
Graham Construction and Engineering – Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade
Hydrema US Inc.
CARCON Industries
Dennis’ 7 Dees
G.W. Peoples Contracting Co. Inc.
International Airport Development Co. Ltd. – Argyle International Airport
TL Wallace Construction Inc.
TL Wallace Construction Inc.
Morrison Hershfield – Newfoundland
APEX Block Corp.
Teqton Inc. U.S.
Dakota Transload
Empyrean Services
West Side Tractor Sales Co.
U.S. General Services Administration/VCC – FBI field building
Kohler Ronan LLC
Turner Construction – Martin Army Community Hospital
Last Look

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