Klohn Crippen Berger, an international engineering and environmental services firm, has been named a finalist for the BC Export Awards.
The BC Export Awards, which recognize the province's top businesses, named Klohn Crippen Berger one of three nominees in its Professional Services category.
Vancouver-based Klohn Crippen Berger has offices across Canada, with branches in Peru, England and Australia as well -- making it one of British Columbia's Top 25 exporters, according to the company.
The awards recognize excellence and achievements in 12 categories, with ten directed at firms and two at individuals. Objectives of the awards are to increase awareness among British Columbians of the important role exporting has in the provincial economy, identify and reward the most successful and innovative exporters, and promote the top exporters as corporate role models.
This year's BC Export Awards ceremony takes place Nov. 23 in Vancouver
HydroWorld.com reported in July that Klohn Crippen Berger is part of a consortium short-listed by BC Hydro to replace the 126-MW John Hart hydropower project. The utility says it will announce a contract award in Spring 2013.