Associated has provided engineering services to the City of Calgary's Glenmore Water Treatment Plant for more than 30 years. Recent upgrades expanded the capacity of the plant to 550 ML/d. Process improvements included sand-ballasted flocculation for pretreatment, taste and odour control, filter upgrades, on-site sodium hypochlorite generation, and ultraviolet disinfection.
Teck Resources Limited is planning a new mine near it's Coal Mountain facilities, referred to as CMO 2. Associated Environmental is leading key elements of the vegetation, soil, and biodiversity assessments required for Mines Act permits.
The Design-Build project has been designed for an average wet weather flow of 4500 cubic metres/day. The treated effluent will be pumped from the new plant site and transported into a wetland area through a new pipeline/outfall. The plant is considered a Class I facility under the Municipal Wastewater Regulation application.
The Homer Watson Sanitary Pumping Station in south Kitchener is an integral part of the Doon South Community sewage collection system. The upgraded facility meets future service requirements, provides standby power, and peak flow storage management.
At Associated, we are passionate about building communities that are vibrant, healthy, and efficient, support economic growth, and improve the environment. We are a uniquely Canadian company that brings global perspectives to our clients from our international experience and technical involvement. Focused locally, we offer uncompromising service to public and private sector clients across Canada and abroad.
Sustainability is part of our business and every project we undertake. Our approach is to work with our clients to develop creative solutions that solve their problems, and also anticipate and address future challenges. Working together, we can build better communities -- communities of the future.
Associated Engineering has provided consulting services to the City of Prince Rupert for almost 60 years. To better serve the City and our growing number of clients in the surrounding area, we are very pleased today to announce the opening of our new Prince Rupert office.
Our new office is located in downtown Prince Rupert at:
344 2nd Avenue West
Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1G6
Do you use groundwater in BC for irrigation, drinking water supply, industrial use, or dewatering? Are you aware that on February 29, 2016, the BC Ministry of Environment tabled new Regulations that affect groundwater use? Associated Environmental can help you to interpret BC’s new Water Sustainability Act and associated Regulations and apply for licences.Read the news release
Associated Environmental, the environmental division of Associated Engineering, and A&H Drilling are pleased to partner on this initiative. We will bring together several experts to share insights on the history of the BC Water Sustainability Act, provide a pictorial story of what a well head completion should look like and why it’s worth the extra effort, and information on licencing existing groundwater wells. Register for free at http://www.ae.ca/act
The fire in Fort McMurray has devastated the community and displaced the residents of the city and surrounding area, including staff in our Fort McMurray office. To support the Fort McMurray Fire Relief, Associated Engineering is donating $25,000 to the Canadian Red Cross. Our team, including Edith Asselin, Jason Vanderzwaag, Owen Mierke, Steve Justus, Daniel du Toit, and Ryan Jalowica are providing assistance to the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo and City of Fort McMurray for emergency support of water and wastewater treatment infrastructure.
The Consulting Engineers of Ontario hosted their 2016 Ontario Consulting Engineering Awards Gala on April 16th. Associated Engineering received an Award of Excellence in the Transportation category for our work on the West Main Street Bridge. The decommissioned lift bridge is located in the heart of downtown Welland, Ontario. Built in 1929, the bridge is a designated Canadian Heritage Structure and an important transportation link and landmark in the Niagara Region.
At the 2016 Awards for Engineering Excellence Gala held on April 9th at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, the Association of Consulting Engineers-BC presented Associated Engineering with an Award of Merit in the Municipal and Civil Infrastructure category for Metro Vancouver's Barnston/Maple Ridge Pump Station, in Pitt Meadows, BC.
Since 2001, ACEC-BC has presented the Meritorious Achievement Award to a consulting engineer who has contributed significantly to the engineering profession, the development of the industry, and the community. Kerry received this prestigious award at this year’s ACEC-BC Awards for Engineering Excellence Gala held on Saturday, April 9th in Vancouver.
For the eighth consecutive year, Associated Engineering has been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for demonstrating outstanding business management and performance. The Best Managed program recognizes Canadian-owned and managed companies with revenues over $10 million demonstrating strategy, capability, and commitment to achieve sustainable growth.Read the news release
To accommodate our continued growth, Associated has moved our head office in Edmonton to 9Triple8 Jasper, a LEED Gold building. Moving to 9Triple8 aligns with our focus on sustainability; Sustainability is part of how we operate our business, and every project we undertake.
Our new Edmonton office address is: 500, 9888 Jasper Avenue Edmonton, AB T5J 5C6.Read the news release