B.C. bridge replacement and Ontario safety instructor win 2018 Canadian Electrical Awards

Peter Saunders
November 12, 2018
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Johnson Street Bridge fly-through
November 12, 2018 - An eye-catching street bridge replacement project in Victoria (pictured) and an arc-flash safety specialist based in Stoney Creek, Ont., are the big winners in Electrical Business Magazine’s 2018 Canadian Electrical Awards (CEA) program.

Congratulations to the 2018 CEA recipients:

• Johnson Street Bridge, Victoria, B.C. Winner in the Special category (over $1 million). Western Pacific Enterprises (WPE) served as electrical contractor. (SEE ALSO “Technical Safety BC’s…” https://www.ebmag.com/news/technical-safety-bcs-2018-awards-honour-electrical-contractors-20549)

• Jim Pollard, owner, Unlimited PPE, Stoney Creek, Ont. Winner in the Electrical Safety Champion category.

“The passion with which Jim and WPE approach their work makes them truly worthy recipients of these awards,” says Anthony Capkun, publisher of Electrical Business. “Congratulations!”

CEA is the first and only program of its kind to recognize electrical professionals for excellence in their work across Canada, with conspicuous attention paid to the health and safety of electrical workers.

More information about the winners will be featured in the December 2018 edition of Electrical Business.

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