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23
Apr
2018

DST and the Whitesand First Nation Career Fair

On April 18, DST Consulting Engineers attended The Whitesand First Nation career fair. This fair was hosted by Whitesand First Nation and held at their new multiplex facility.

 

The Whitesand First Nation is an Ojibwa First Nation with a land base of 615 acres. The community of Armstrong Settlement is the main community in the area. In June 2008, their total registered population was 1086 people, of which their on-reserve population was 311.

 

Bob Wright, Client Liaison from our Thunder Bay office, made the trip up to represent DST at the career fair. This was one of their busiest career fairs yet, with a huge variety of booths and many people in attendance. Plus, now many young people in Whitesand FN and Armstrong can be seen sporting DST sunglasses.

 

It was a wonderful opportunity to visit the community and share information with students and community members about potential future careers in the engineering industry.

 


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11
Apr
2018

RBC Future Launch Program at DST Thunder Bay

Over the past year, in partnership with Lakehead University and RBC, Amanda Sauermann, Senior Marketing Specialist at DST Consulting Engineers Inc, has had a placement student under the Future Launch Program. This program helps youth develop new skills, grow their network, and gain valuable work experience.

 

Robert Kopytek-Mackenzie is in his third year of the Honours Bachelors of Commerce program at Lakehead University with a major in Finance and a minor in Marketing.

Amanda giving Robert some tips on taking valuable marketing photos on a job site. 1/2

Amanda giving Robert some tips on taking valuable marketing photos on a job site. 2/2

One day a week over the course of the school year, he has worked alongside Amanda in the DST office helping with marketing projects, learning about the industry and different business practices, as well as experiencing work in an office setting. Robert has done research for trade shows, promotions, and the social media marketing side of DST.

The DST Marketing Team! Robert, Sheena & Amanda

Reviewing soil samples.

 

DST Consulting Engineers Inc. thanks RBC, Lakehead University and Robert for their partnership in this program!

 


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6
Apr
2018

Nanticoke Stack Demolition: 2 stacks, 650 ft, 10 seconds – HD Drone Footage

On Wednesday, February 28th, the Nanticoke, Ontario skyline was changed forever as the two 650 ft stacks at the Nanticoke OPG plant were toppled by a controlled explosive blast.  After months of preparation work leading up to blast day the stacks were down in a matter of seconds.  DST was part of the demolition crew working together with Delsan AIM and Rakowski Cartage & Wreckage to ensure the demolition was completed efficiently, precisely, and most of all, safely.

 

Nanticoke Stack Demolition: 2 stacks, 650 ft, 10 seconds – HD Drone Footage

 

Watch as the incredible planning process unfolds.  Covering the final stages of preparation, this video features technical experts from the project discussing the complex nature of explosive demolition projects and the challenge faced by the team with this project: demolishing two 650 ft stacks, each with four inner flues, located on the shores of Lake Erie.  Highlighting the extreme care for health and safety standards and the environment, and then finally the big event – demolition – this is an informative ‘how to’ on executing the perfect controlled, explosive demolition.   

 

DST would like to recognize the members of our expert blast and demolition team that helped make the successful completion of this project possible:  Ray Jambakhsh, Chief Technical Advisor (DST Sudbury), George Thomas, Director of Infrastructure (DST Ottawa), Amir Ghorbani, Project Manager (DST Mississauga), Andrew Naoum, Regional Manager of Infrastructure – Southern Ontario (DST Ottawa), Eric Gagne, Vibration and Noise Monitoring Specialist (DST Ottawa).

 

Nanticoke Blast Crew: DST Consulting Engineers, Delsan AIM, Rakowski Cartage & Wreckage

 


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