Tuesday, November 16, 2010

City Wins Three Project Management Awards

The City of Calgary has won three project management awards from the southern Alberta chapter of the international Project Management Institute.

Blue Cart Recycling implementation won the community advancement Project of the Year award, the Pine Creek Wastewater Treatment Centre was awarded under the Construction and Engineering project management category and the The People's Choice Award for Project of the Year went to the EMS IT Transition Calgary project.

“All of the project teams are very proud to be recognized by the Project Management Institute in this way,” said Darren Mondor, project manager for EMS IT Transition Calgary.

“The fact that The City claimed three of the four available 2010 Projects of the Year Awards is clear testament to the strength of project management skill and delivery within the corporation.”

According to its website, the Project Management Institute is the global advocacy organization for the project management profession with more than 265,000 members in over 170 countries.

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