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Northern Canada welcomes winter construction season
Construction season in the harsh winter climate of Canada offers exciting opportunities and complex technical challenges in the northern regions of our country.
Sound Business Decision-making in a Changing Climate
Malcolm Shield, P.Eng. Ph.D., PMP (Energy Planning and Emissions Specialist) and Jeremy Fyke, Ph.D. (Manager, Climate Services) discuss how the private sector has an important role in delivering effective solutions to a changing climate.
Overview of changes to Canada’s environmental legislation
Senior Environmental Planner, Richard Simpson, explains how recent changes to environmental legislation may affect a variety of projects across Canada.
Alternative Delivery 101
Alternative delivery is increasingly being adopted in the public and private sectors. Associated Engineering has participated on projects employing various modes of alternative delivery.
Building seismic resilience in our transportation network
Many earthquakes around the world have shown that rapid access to a functioning transportation network is among the most critical needs of a region, their businesses, and residents to respond and recover from a damaging earthquake. More work is needed in areas of high seismicity, like British Columbia, to understand seismic behaviour and any lack of resilience of our transportation infrastructure, and to conduct seismic retrofits and renewal of bridges, the key links in our transportation networks.
Climate Change Conversations - Considering climate change at the local scale
In the previous Climate Change Conversations, we described how we know with confidence that human activity is driving ongoing climate change, and how this change will accelerate in the future. In this edition, we will explore what this change means for climate at the local scale, how it relates to natural weather patterns, and how it can be integrated into engineering design.
Climate Change Conversations
In the second installment of our Climate Change Conversations, Climate Science & Modelling Specialist, Jeremy Fyke, explores what is causing current climate change, and how this change could accelerate in the future.
Bridge Rehabilitation & Retrofit
Seismic Evaluation & Retrofitting
Remote & Resource Bridges
Bridge Assessments & Analysis
Climate Change Adaptation & Mitigation
Weather Monitoring, Observational Data Products and Services
Climate Scenarios and Analysis
Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis
Container and Intermodal Facilities
Contaminated Sites Management
Disaster Planning and Recovery
Downtown and Main Street Revitalization
Electrical Instrumentation & Controls
Fish, Wildlife & Ecosystems
Information Systems and GIS
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Land Use & Community Planning
Parks & Recreation
Real Estate Development
Remediation and Reclamation
Urban and Rural Planning
Wastewater Collection & Storage
Wastewater Treatment / Water Resource Recovery
Water and Earth Sciences
Water Supply, Storage & Distribution
Finance & Banking
Forestry & Forest Products
Oil & Gas
Power & Energy
Research & Development
Corporate Social Responsibility