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Daniels-Wingerak Engineering Ltd.

posted Oct 3, 2011, 12:19 PM by ASHRAE Saskatoon
Daniels-Wingerak Engineering Ltd. (with its predecessor firm, Daniels Engineering Ltd.) has been serving the building mechanical industry in Saskatoon since 1980.  John Daniels and David Colquhoun formed Daniels Engineering in 1980.  Darren Wingerak and Bob Daniels joined the Firm in 1982 and 1987 respectively.  In 1997 Darren and Bob became majority shareholders and the firm name was changed to Daniels-Wingerak Engineering Ltd.  The Firm now has sixteen employees, and is the largest locally owned building mechanical consulting firm in Saskatchewan, working in the fields of heating, ventilation, plumbing, fire protection systems, controls, and building automation systems.  Recent achievements include the Premier’s Design Award of Merit and CES Brian Eckel Award of Excellence for the design of the Cameco Office Building. The design for the Cameco Office building also won the ASHRAE Region XI design award for best commercial building, and the Ralph Robson Plaque best overall design. The design for the Shaw Centre (the new City of Saskatoon leisure centre that adjoins two high schools) has won the ASHRAE Region XI design award for best institutional building as well as a CES Brian Eckel Award of Excellence. 

Daniels-Wingerak Engineering Ltd. has been very involved with the Saskatoon chapter of ASHRAE.  DWEL currently employs five past-presidents of ASHRAE Saskatoon: Darren Wingerak (1994-95), Bob Daniels (1999-2000, 2002-03), Kirk Campbell (2006-07), Ryan MacGillivray (2008-09), and Chris Conley (2009-10).  In addition, other employees have served on the Board of Governors, and the Daniels-Wingerak Engineering office has hosted many of the ASHRAE Saskatoon board meetings.  Daniels-Wingerak Engineering is a vital part of ASHRAE and HVAC industry in Saskatoon.  For a complete listing of projects, employment opportunities, or design philosophy, please give us a call, or visit our website, www.dwel.com.
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