■ ATCO has been awarded two significant contracts to service projects in British Columbia. Through its wholly owned subsidiary, ATCO Structures LNG Limited Partnership, it has entered into a joint venture with a subsidiary of Bird Construction to design, engineer and construct a 4,500-person workforce accommodation centre, known as Cedar Valley Lodge, for workers involved in the new LNG Canada Kitimat terminal. ATCO has also secured a new three-year contract to provide camp support services to Coeur Mining’s Silvertip mine in northern B.C., just south of the Yukon border. As part of the contract, ATCO’s Frontec division will provide food services and commissary, housekeeping and janitorial, maintenance and front-desk management for the 300-person facility.
■ Carolyn Watson has moved from the Calgary Telus Convention Centre to the position of marketing and media relations manager with Hotel Arts Group. Her first task was to inform that executive chef Quinn Staple is an early adopter of the fresh greens picked every morning at Calgary’s new aquaponic Deepwater Farms.