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Bioengineering is a cost effective means to build ecological resiliency after 2016 wildfires in Fort McMurray
The Region of Wood Buffalo identified more than 300 sites that were subject to soil loss and poor slope stability, and retained Associated Engineering to help prioritize wildfire-related erosion sites, develop and implement design solutions to address erosion and drainage issues.
New Dawson City Water Treatment Plant designed with resilience in mind, improves drinking water quality
The Yukon Government retained Associated Engineering to provide design and construction services for the new Greenfield water treatment plant with a capacity of 6 million litres per day.
Detailed investigation of Toronto’s Prince Edward Viaduct identifies safety improvements
The City of Toronto engaged Associated Engineering to perform a detailed inspection of the barrier system of the Prince Edward Viaduct bridge and design repairs resulting from the assessment report.
The Regina Bypass will save lives
On October 29th, the largest transportation infrastructure project in Saskatchewan’s history, the Regina Bypass, opened to traffic. This achievement caps nearly 6.5 years of work for the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure’s Owner’s Engineer team led by Associated Engineering with CIMA+ as a partner subconsultant.
Ice safety considerations support responsible operation of Lake Chaparral outdoor skating rinks in southeast Calgary
The Lake Chaparral Residents’ Association in Calgary engaged Associated Engineering subsidiary, NOR•EX Engineering to help them better understand ice safety and mitigate risks associated with the operation of skating areas on the frozen lake ice.
Eden Valley Water Treatment Plant upgrades help to meet current drinking water guidelines and increase capacity
A feasibility study of the Eden Valley water system recommended expansion of the existing system to include a new raw water reservoir and a new treatment train at the existing water treatment plant to provide redundancy and to meet the future needs of the community for a 20-year horizon.
Cost-effective deck rehabilitation and seismic retrofit extends the lifespan of the Alexandra Bridge in BC’s Fraser Canyon
The BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure retained Associated Engineering to carry out a detailed assessment of the bridge’s condition and provide renewal options.
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