Engineering, project delivery, and professional services firm Hatch celebrated its centennial in the field of hydropower. This occasion marked 100 years since H.G. Acres and Company was established in 1924. Acres joined Hatch in 2004 and since then, Hatch has continued the legacy as a leading force in the hydropower industry.

An industry event was at the historic Niagara Parks Power Station in Niagara Falls, Ont. The hydroelectric power generation plant, which is more than 115 years old, has recently undergone a remarkable transformation, turning it into an immersive experience for visitors.

Hatch was joined by a number of dignitaries: Niagara Falls Mayor Jim Diodati; Rudy Cuzzetto, parliamentary assistant to the Ontario Minister of Energy; Beth Dennahower from the office of Tony Baldinelli, MP for Niagara Falls; and David Adames, CEO of Niagara Parks Commission.

Niagara Parks Power Station. (Hatch)

“We are incredibly proud to reach this significant milestone in our journey,” said John Bianchini, CEO of Hatch. “For 100 years, Hatch and its predecessors have been instrumental in shaping the hydropower industry. We are excited to celebrate our achievements and look forward to a future where sustainable energy continues to play a vital role.”

Hatch chose to honor this centennial milestone with a celebration at the Niagara Parks Power Station as it serves to showcase the legacy of hydroelectric power in Niagara Falls while also shedding light on the broader engineering industry. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the fascinating stories behind the Niagara Parks Power Station and the significant contributions made by engineers throughout history.

Featured image: (L to R) Robert Francki, global managing director, Energy, Hatch; Amar Jolly, managing director, Power, Hatch; Jim Diodati, Mayor, Niagara Falls; Jim Sarvinis, Global Managing Director, Energy, Hatch; John Bianchini, chairman and CEO, Hatch; Rudy Cuzzetto, parliamentary secretary to the Ontario Minister of Energy; Beth Dennahower from the office of Tony Baldinelli, MP for Niagara Falls; Jim Law, global director, Hydropower and Dams, Hatch; and David Adames, CEO, Niagara Parks Commission. (Hatch)

See also  Senior leadership changes announced for the Canada Infrastructure Bank

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here