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Stormwater management facility in Town of Claresholm reduces future flood risk
The Town of Claresholm retained Associated Engineering to conduct a stormwater management study and create a hydrologic / hydraulic model of their existing stormwater system.
Highway 7 Corridor Plan will guide future development in Town of Kindersley
In 2016, Associated Engineering completed a safety evaluation of 40 towns, which identified this location as a priority for safety improvements. The Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure engaged our project team to examine traffic operations and safety improvements, including service roads.
New facility for treating high-strength wastewater supports development of brewery in Chilliwack, BC
The Molson Coors Brewery in Vancouver is relocating to Chilliwack, BC, about 100 kilometres east of Vancouver. To accommodate the new business, the City of Chilliwack and Molson reached an agreement to construct a High-Strength Wastewater Pretreatment Facility for brewery wastewater at the city’s existing Municipal Wastewater Treatment Facility.
Edmonton’s climate change vulnerability and risk assessment sets the stage for Climate Change Adaptation Plan
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fifth Assessment Report, along with numerous studies from across Canada, provide evidence that climate change is unequivocal, already resulting in a range of risks to communities.
Pump Station upgrades improve operations, safety and reduce flood risk
The Region of Peel retained Associated Engineering to provide engineering services for detailed design and contract administration of five pump stations upgrades in Mississauga and Brampton: the Lakelands, Castlemore, and McVean wastewater pumping stations and the Finch and Malton Four Corners stormwater pumping stations.
Groundwater extraction system reduces leachate production at Hong Kong landfill
SUEZ NWS retained Associated Engineering to undertake a multi-phase hydrogeological assessment of the Pillar Valley Landfill in Tuen Mun (Hong Kong), and develop strategies to remove groundwater upgradient of the landfill to minimize leachate generation.
Climate change considered in restoring vital infrastructure following flood damage in Chippewas of Nawash First Nation
The Chippewas of Nawash First Nation sought a holistic drainage review of the area to identify necessary culvert repairs, ditching improvements, and channel alignment modifications to better match the natural flow paths of existing streams, minimize erosion, and improve surface drainage.
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