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PEGNL 2017 Environment Award

On June 16, the Lower Churchill Project was presented with The PEGNL Environment Award by the Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Newfoundland and Labrador (PEGNL) for its application of the project’s LCP Powerline tool.

LCP Powerline is a web-based mapping application that provides online maps, geographically referenced data and hyperlinked documents to project staff, contractors, regulators and stakeholders of the project. The primary objective of the application is to support environmental monitoring of construction and clearing activities associated with the project and provide a tool for regulators and other stakeholders to obtain this information.

The PEGNL Environment Award recognizes the application of science, technology and engineering to human and resource environmental management in Newfoundland and Labrador so it’s no surprise that this application was such a successful contender.

The project is proud to receive recognition of its Environment, IT and Lands teams’ innovative work, which is also a constant drive for the Lower Churchill Project as a whole.

Dave Haley, Environmental and Regulatory Compliance Manager, Lower Churchill Project, accepts the 2017 PEGNL Environment Award with Neil Cleary, P. Eng., Chair, PEGNL Board of Directors, at the 2017 PEGNL Conference AGM.