Associated Engineering was responsible for two projects related to Sewer System Vulnerability Assessments on behalf of Metro Vancouver. Both the Iona and Annacis Island Wastewater Treatment facilities within the Vancouver and Fraser Sewage areas respectively, were co-funded by Engineers Canada and evaluated using the PIEVC protocol.
During the 2016 Fort McMurray Wildfire, we provided technical support to the Water Treatment Plant operators to ensure the supply of firefighting water and helped execute the Water System Recovery Plan for disinfecting and flushing the water system to provide safe drinking water.
Blackadore Caye hopes to raise critical awareness for global issues, such as climate change, ocean acidification, and habitat loss. T he project will set new standards in leading green technologies and restoration strategies with a key objective of the resort being Net Zero Energy, Net Zero Water, and Net Zero Waste.
Recent extreme weather events have demonstrated that our climate is changing. At Associated, we believe we have a responsibility to consider climate change in our projects. Our experience includes designing sustainable buildings and other infrastructure, conducting climate change vulnerability assessments, and planning and designing infrastructure to adapt to our changing climate. Our goal is to continue our tradition of providing sound advice based on proven methods, while remaining leaders in understanding the climate change process and the associated risks to infrastructure and the environment, communicating climate change risks to clients, and incorporating climate change knowledge into our work in consistent and meaningful ways.
ACEC-BC 2015 Award of Excellence
Nanaimo South Fork Reservoir Energy Recovery System
Net Zero Design - Mitigating Climate Change
What is net zero design and why is it important?Read more
Reaching the tipping point of performancebased building design
Imagine a building that uses no more energy than the landscape that surrounds it.Read more
Leadership and responsibility in a changing climate
Across the world, including here in Canada, the climate is changing. In Canada, the average air temperature increased by 1.5°C between 1950 and 2010, which is about twice the global average increase over that period.Read more
Sustainable engineering integration helps mitigate climate change
The climate is changing. It is no longer a discussion of a future event, as we are already seeing the impacts of climate change on communities globally today.Read more
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City of Calgary
City of Toronto
Okanagan Basin Water Board
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
University of Saskatchewan
Vancouver Airport Authority