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News: Lieutenant Governor's Award for Excellence in Engineering Award Ceremony

On April 8th, 2010, Richard M. Grant, M.Eng., P.Eng. of Grantec, was honoured with the 2010 Engineers Nova Scotia Lieutenant Governor's Award for Excellence in Engineering for the Design and Analysis of the Sequoia Detector Vessel for the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) Project, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The Sequoia Detector Vessel is considered one of the largest vacuum chambers ever built in North America and is the largest vacuum chamber at any Neutron Scattering Facility in the world.

Richard M. Grant, M.Eng., P.Eng. receiving the award from the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, The Honourable Mayann E. Francis, O.N.S., DHumL

Richard Grant Grantec Lieutenant Governor Nova Scotia

Richard Grant Grantec Lieutenant Governor Nova Scotia

From Left to Right: Jamie Hannam, P.Eng. (Chair of Award Committee), Dan MacDonald, P.Eng. (President of APENS), The Honourable Mayann E. Francis, O.N.S., DHumL, Richard M. Grant, P.Eng., MT Grant, P.Eng.

From Left to Right: Jack Hobbs, P.Eng. (Hobbs Material Engineering Ltd), The Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia The Honourable Mayann E. Francis, O.N.S., DHumL, Richard M. Grant, P.Eng. Jack contributed to the success of the Sequoia Detector Vessel with his expertise in Weld Engineering & Distortion Control

 

Richard Grant Grantec Lieutenant Governor Nova Scotia

We would like to express our most sincere gratitude to the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, The Honourable Mayann E. Francis, O.N.S., DHumL and her staff for the exceptional presentation ceremony at Government House. We would also like to thank the staff at Engineers Nova Scotia.

Photos by: Alex MacAulay, Alex MacAulay Photographers www.amphoto.com

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