Schlagwort: Schoeck Canada Inc.
Die erste Überraschung gab es schon, als ich aus dem Flieger ausstieg: es war wärmer als in Deutschland 🙂
Die ersten beiden Wochen Urlaub konnte ich super nutzen, um mir die Umgebung von Kitchener, meiner neuen Heimat für die nächsten zweieinhalb Monate, anzuschauen und mich langsam einzuleben. In kurzen Hosen und T-Shirt genoss ich die schöne Umgebung.
On November 6th 2012, Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO), Mississauga Chapter in joint efforts with Brampton Chapter, offered a Technical Seminar in the 244-seat Noel Ryan Auditorium at the Mississauga Central Library on Advancements in Glass Fibre Reinforcement.
The Central Library of the Mississauga Library System is one of the busiest libraries in Canada. The building officially opened on October 2, 1991 and was designed by Shore Tilbe Henschel Irwin Peters who also designed the Peel Board of Education headquarters and the police building in downtown Toronto.
VIP’s from Canada and Europe came to meet, tour and share in the festivities of the Kitchener – Waterloo Oktoberfest.
Border crossing North Channel Bridge and Canal Bridge are two projects in eastern Ontario highlighted today as well as ComBAR®’s application as part of Toronto’s LRT expansion project.
In our last Schöck newsletter Bonnechere Bridge was introduced. This project is now at phase two and is expected to be completed by fall 2012.
North Channel Bridge and Canal Bridge are both part of the Three Nations Bridge Crossing project in Cornwall, Ontario (also called the Seaway International Bridge). … weiterlesen
So comes an end to my work term at Schoeck Canada. Once again, I had a great time working there and learnt a lot. I had the chance to work on a number of ComBAR® projects. Furthermore, I had the opportunity to learn about the Isokorb®.
This term was especially exciting as I went on a solo site inspection. I visited the Eastgate Office Building in Edmonton, Alberta, to inspect the Isokorb® and answer the client’s queries.
Innovative Connections was the theme for the Schoeck Canada product launch held on May 31st. The event was held at a Toronto landmark location, the Atlantis at Ontario Place, offering the best view of the city.
My name is Zoha Bint Dawood. I am a 3rd year Civil Engineer from the University of Waterloo. I have previously worked at Schoeck Canada (Sept – Dec 2011) and am very glad to be back for another term!
Earlier this month, I visited Fairway Bridge with Angelo and Lena, who took some awesome pictures. It was nice to see the progress they had made since my last visit in November.
Hi, I would like to take the opportunity to introduce myself briefly. My name is Lena Helmts and I joined Schoeck Canada in April 2012. I am very excited about the opportunity to work for this great company and expand Schoeck’s market for ComBAR® in Canada as a Sales Representative. I am originally from Bremen, Germany and I moved to Canada about a year and a half ago. It has been a great weiter lesen ...
We are excited to announce our feature presentation: Schöck in Canada, the premiere installation of Isokorb® in the Canadian market.
During initial planning of the Beaver Barracks project, Kim was determined to find a solution to avoid costly balcony repairs and improve energy efficiency. … weiterlesen
“173 sky-scrapers are being built in Toronto, the most in North America. New York is second with 96” – The Economist, February 2012
Canada’s top builder of condominium communities, with over 20 new condominium communities currently under development in the Greater Toronto Area, with a long history of award winning excellence like: Ontario High-Rise Builder of the Year by Tarion, High-Rise Green Builder of the Year by Bild, etc.
Sounds like being part of Tridel developments in Toronto, would be a great start for Isokorb® in Canada!
It definitely is, and on the morning of February 10th, I was excited to be on the top of one of these high-rises, to assist on the installation of Isokorb® on the 17th floor of Ventus, as part of a pilot test project. … weiterlesen