Winner of 5th Annual Best Civil Engineering Firm Logo Contest

April 10, 2014 at 11:22 am Leave a comment


We are pleased to announce the WINNER of the 5th annual “Best Civil Engineering Firm Logo” contest!  Every year we receive dozens of entries from firms big and small all across the country.  Each firm has their own meaningful story behind the development or evolution of their logo and they are always a pleasure for us to evaluate.   Beyond the visual elements of the logo, we also evaluate how well each logo is utilized in the overall branding of the company and how well it is incorporated  into social media.    We would like to thank ALL of those who entered this year’s contest, and at the end of the day, as long as your logo is something that you can stand proud beside that is really all that matters!

So, without further ado, we would like to extend an enormous round of applause to this year’s winner:

 

Stantec Logo


“Stantec is thrilled to have our logo recognized by CivilEngineeringCentral.com. We’re proud of our new logo and feel that it embodies who we are. As a lens, it evokes the creative way we see the world and the community-minded approach we bring to every project. The warm colors represent the warmth of our client relationships, while the S-shape builds on the heritage of our past logo in a fresh, new way, reinforcing our creative approach and our dedication to community and relationships.”

-Crystal Kerr, Director, Marketing & Communications, Stantec

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