(Source: CBC News)
A Calgary company — and its Paris-based partner — will build the new pedestrian bridge linking St. Patrick’s Island to the East Village development in southeast Calgary.
A plan submitted by Paris-based RFR and Calgary’s Halsall Associates Limited beat out two other finalists in the competition to design the new crossing.
“We’re elated,” said John Ford, an engineer with Halsall Associates Limited in Calgary. “We’re very excited to be part of East Village. We tried to capture what the community wanted and to reflect the unique characteristics of this location.”
Read the full article “Calgary-Paris partners to build St. Patrick’s bridge” in the CBC News (March 22, 2010)