Congratulations to Jarred Richter for Receiving BCIT Project Management Associate Certification

Today, we’re celebrating Jarred Richter, a technologist who has received his Project Management Associate Certification through BCIT.

Dr. Michael Wrinch Discusses Electrical Hazards for Pet Owners on CBC Vancouver

Founder Dr. Michael Wrinch sat down with CBC Vancouver to share his insight into the recent string of pets receiving shocks from sidewalks.

Matthew Keeler Promoted to Engineering Manager

We are thrilled to announce the promotion of Matthew Keeler, from Senior Electrical Engineer to Engineering Manager.

Hedgehog Tech Presented at AIMS SafeConnect 2023

Hedgehog Technologies presented at the safety conference with two educational sessions to highlight safety initiatives for amusement parks.

ACEC-BC Releases Bulletin Discussing a Path to Practice for Refugees

Hedgehog Technologies understands the impact of labour shortages within the engineering community and is looking to address this challenge.

Hedgehog Founder Michael Wrinch Presents EGBC Webinar on Electrical Engineering Considerations in Decarbonizing Existing Part 3 Buildings

Engineers play a crucial role in the effort of decarbonizing existing part 3 buildings which creates a more sustainable future.

Hedgehog Founder Michael Wrinch Offers Tips on Developing a Solar Maintenance Programs in Solar Magazine

Hedgehog was featured in Solar Magazine to provide tips on how to develop a solar maintenance program that will optimize energy production.

2022 CCE Awards & National Leadership Conference Event Recap

Hedgehog Technologies and the Fort Severn First Nation (FSFN) were honored with two awards at the 2022 CCE Awards in Ottawa.
CCE 2022 Award

UPDATED PRESS RELEASE: Hedgehog Technologies Wins Two Canadian Consulting Engineer Awards

Hedgehog Technologies, a multidisciplinary engineering firm, is thrilled to be receiving a 2022 Canadian Consulting Engineer Award.

Technologists John Hagerman & Jarred Richter Hosted a Student Presentation at ECET

John Hagerman and Jarred Richter took the stage to present as former students of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology program.