The Global Transportation Hub provides industries with state-of-the-art access to storage, distribution, logistics, communications, and multi-modal transportation options to support export of goods to market. Associated provided preliminary and detailed design, tendering, construction, and post-construction services for the roadways and underground infrastructure.
The Homer Watson Sanitary Pumping Station in south Kitchener is an integral part of the Doon South Community sewage collection system. The upgraded facility meets future service requirements, provides standby power, and peak flow storage management.
The Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan recognized the project with an Award of Excellence for its innovative and efficient intake design, integrating physical and computational modeling to comply with regulatory requirements while minimizing the impact on the sensitive aquatic environment.
Infrastructure development is the cornerstone of Associated’s business. We provide a wide range of services, from master planning and assessment to design, construction management, and asset management. Our expertise includes roads, bridges, water supply and distribution systems, wastewater collection systems, stormwater management systems, and solid waste management systems. Our approach is to work with our clients to understand your needs and project challenges, and apply proven and innovative technologies to develop environmentally-sound and cost-effective solutions. Our goal is to deliver infrastructure solutions that are sustainable and resilient.
ACEC-BC 2016 Award of Merit
Barnston/Maple Ridge Pump Station
Canadian Consulting Engineering 2015 Award of Excellence
Calgary International Airport Runway and Airport Trail Tunnel
Consulting Engineers of Alberta 2014 Award of Excellence
Wandering River Pipeline and Reservoir Design Build
Consulting Engineers of Ontario 2013 Award of Excellence
Avenue Road Watermain
Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan 2010 Award of Excellence (Municipal Infrastructure and Water Resources)
The Lac La Ronge Regional Water Supply System
Regina and Region Home Builders’ Association 2011 Best Subdivision Award
Greens on Gardiner
An Owner’s Engineer Perspective to project delivery via Public-Private Partnerships
Across Canada, we are facing the challenge of infrastructure deficit and aging infrastructure. Infrastructure expansion is required to accommodate growth and allow for economic development.Read more
Alternative project delivery methods - can they solve the infrastructure deficit in Canada?
In this ViewPoints, we will examine public/private partnerships (P3s).Read more
Infrastructure Asset Management: Our responsibility for the future
Our best opportunity to ensure that we as a generation are looked upon as having met our obligations to the future is to recognize the need and take action now to ensure that an efficient and effective infrastructure program is initiated and is based on sound asset management policy.Read more
New Building Canada Fund helps fund critical infrastructure
Our water, transportation, building, and energy infrastructure are critical to maintain our quality of life, our economic prosperity, and our global competitiveness.Read more
Continual evolution of technology improves engineering production processes
Today, we have a plethora of sophisticated tools at our disposal and possess the abilities and skills to leverage these for the benefit of our clients.Read more
Emergency planning identifies system strengths and weaknesses
Municipalities often prepare a Disaster Plan to prepare for different disaster scenarios.Read more
Mark Belanger finds consulting engineering a natural fit
Like most engineers, since an early age, Mark Belanger had a passion for building things.Read more
City of Burnaby
City of Lethbridge
City of Medicine Hat
City of Whitehorse
City of Yorkton
Global Transportation Hub Authority
Northern Health Authority
Region of Halton
Regional Municipality of Niagara
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Royal Roads University
TOTAL E&P Ltd.
Town of Kindersley
Town of Sylvan Lake
University of Victoria