Blue Max Drilling Awarded 1st Place in “Members at Work” Photo Contest
Congratulations to Stantec and Keystone Environmental for their 2nd and 3rd Place Photos!
The tenth annual BCEIA “Members at Work” Photo Contest received a number of high quality entries from amateur photographers within its member organizations. Qualifying photos encompassed a wide range of subjects and included any photos taken during work in the environmental industry in the past year.
1st Place – Blue Max Drilling
Environmental and geotechnical drilling in beautiful Kemano, BC, accessed only by boat or plane. This work is part of the ongoing upgrades to the Kemano hydroelectric power generation happening to help BC keep up with its renewable energy demands.
2nd Place – Stantec
This shot features me with a helicopter and mountain called “Anxiety” in the
background. The site was in the arctic circle with the nearest town being Kotzebue,
Alaska. Another coworker and I were flying around finding historical VWP boxes so
we could take them back to Canada and have the data removed as they were no
longer communicating with our new software or cables. Photo credit: Charlotte Adams
3rd Place – Keystone Environmental
Keystone Environmental field staff arrived at this beach in Nootka Sound during a February hailstorm to collect sediment and tissue samples, only to have the sun break through the clouds and give is a short reprieve from the rainy conditions