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Latest news from Ready Engineering:

Technical Skills Coupled with Professional Project Management

August 5, 2011
To complement our established reputation as skilled technical engineering professionals, Ready is proud to announce that one of our experienced professional engineers has become a Project Management Professional (PMP) in 2011. Glen Nelson, P.Eng has successfully demonstrated superior project management experience and has done advanced study to complete the Project Management Institute (PMI) requirements for professional status in the organization.

DMI Engineering joins Ready

April 30, 2011
Fort McMurray-focused DMI Engineering Inc. has joined Ready Engineering Corporation to expand the depth of the electrical and control systems consulting expertise it offers to its industrial customers in Northern Alberta. Operating under the name DMI-Ready Engineering, the newly-acquired Fort McMurray business unit will take advantage of Ready’s business infrastructure to efficiently support its operations, allowing it to focus on offering a broader, more comprehensive base of expertise in a market with which it is intimately familiar.

Mature Fine Tailings Dewatering Pilot Plant Project

March 31, 2011
Ready Engineering Corporation has recently been engaged in undertaking an exciting new environmental initiative. In 2009, the Energy Resources Conservation Board issued Directive 074: Tailings Performance Criteria and Requirements for Oil Sands Mining Schemes. The directive requires oil sands mining operators to reduce fluid tailings through fines capture and disposal in dedicated disposal areas. The current project initiative involves scaling up a proven successful laboratory scale plant to a larger pilot plant.

Powder Activated Carbon (PAC) system Integration

March 3, 2011
Ready integrated carbon injection and mercury analyzer systems into existing multi-unit, coal fired power generation facilities to meet legislated mercury abatement deadlines. The work involved utilizing a combination of serial Modbus and Modbus TCP communication protocols through various gateway hardware, as well as developing PCV graphics and tag databases, and programming logic across MFP02 and BRC400 controllers.

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