Opus DaytonKnight won an Award of Excellence at the 2013 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards Gala. It was honoured in the Environmental Remediation category for its work on the Harvest Energy Garden in Richmond, B.C.
The Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team (SCIRT) won an award at the Champion Canterbury Business Awards. The Awards recognise excellence, passion and success in the contribution businesses make to the vitality of the Canterbury region. The Champion Infrastructure Award recognises smart service providers of infrastructure or utilities in helping the community to thrive and prosper, and some of the criteria include their point of difference and people management.
Opus International Consultants was one of only seven global finalists for the Leading Consulting Engineers of the Last 100 Years Award at the 2013 International Federation of Consulting Engineers Conference in Barcelona, Spain.
Opus International Consultants (Opus) has completed the purchase of Canadian land surveying, engineering and environmental consultancy Stewart Weir. The acquisition, including all legal entities, will add some 550 staff and six offices in Canada, bringing the Opus Canadian team to around 700 staff in 16 offices, and the Opus global team to more than 3,000 staff and 91 offices worldwide. Opus first established in Canada in 2002.
Opus International Consultants (Opus) has reported a steady result for the first six months of 2013.
Opus International Consultants (Opus) announced today the appointment of Azmir Merican as a new director, replacing Suhaimi Halim who resigned from the Board in July 2013. Opus Chairman, Kerry McDonald said that Mr Merican will bring new expertise and provide international input to the Board’s decision making processes.
Opus was part of teams that won three Ingenium Awards.
Opus was part of teams that won at the ACENZ Innovate Awards
At the annual meeting of Opus International Consultants Limited (Opus) on 10 April 2013, Opus shareholders overwhelmingly supported the further development of Opus’ joint venture in the Middle East with Opus International (M) Berhad, with 97% of votes cast in favour of the transaction as a “Material Transaction” with a “Related Party” under the NZSX Listing Rules.
Opus International Consultants (Opus) has been shortlisted for two major infrastructure projects: Transmission Gully and the Ruataniwha Water Storage Project.