Associated assessed the vulnerability of the existing and proposed Engineering Building at the University of Saskatchewan to climate change, applying the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Risk Assessment Protocol. The project was a unique application of the PIEVC protocol on a future building.
Columbia Street Pump Station Vancouver, BC
The Van Kam terminal includes an 8500 square feet warehouse and 5000 square feet, two-storey office building. Associated's design of the office building leveraged the use of cross-laminated timber (CLT) for a cost-effective, robust structure. Our scope included design of structural, electrical and mechanical systems.
NT Energy's liquefied natural gas plant provides fuel for electrical energy generation in Inuvik. The facility includes two 68,000 litre vertical LNG tanks. LNG vapourization is achieved through a ballasted heat exchanger. Waste heat from the generators is used to heat hot water that feeds the heat exchanger. Associated provided civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical design.
Associated delivers complete mechanical engineering solutions for public and private sector clients across all of our sectors. We assist clients in all phases of a project, from concept development to detailed design, tender support, construction management, commissioning support, and optimization. Whether the project is a new facility or the retrofit or audit of an existing, our approach focuses on sustainable design, considering functionality, performance, comfort, and life-cycle costs. Our goal is to design functional and sustainable facilities that are user and operator-friendly, and enhance the community. We have a broad expertise in the building mechanical field, including:
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ACEC-BC 2015 Award of Merit
Wood Innovation & Design Centre
Net Zero Design - Mitigating Climate ChangeRead more
Reaching the tipping point of performance-based building designRead more
Continual evolution of technology improves engineering production processesRead more
Building the business case for energy efficient buildingsRead more
Proposed rainwater harvesting system at YVR strengthens Vancouver Airport Authority’s sustainable design leadershipRead more
On-site, high-voltage power system supplies power to Fort Hills Oil Sands Project in Northern AlbertaRead more
Treatment for glycol-contaminated stormwater at Calgary Airport reduces environmental impact of dischargeRead more
City of Edmonton
City of Richmond
Government of Nanavut
Royal Roads University
Saskatchewan Power Corporation