Associated Environmental is leading the environmental program for the Regina Bypass, the largest capital project in the Government of Saskatchewan's history. Components include the Environmental Protection Plan and the environmental portion of the Integrated Management System .
Associated Environmental completed environmental baseline studies for a road extension for a proposed copper-molybdenum-gold mine northwest of Whitehorse. An Environmental Assessment (EA) was required to facilitate project approval by the Yukon Environmental and Socio-Economic Assessment Board and subsequent permitting. Studies included a spring breeding-bird survey, review and summary of existing fisheries information, fish and fish habitat assessment at more than 20 proposed stream crossings, and landform/terrain mapping.
The Johnson-Mariner Connector comprises a 245 metre long, four-lane bridge, an integral 100 metre long two-lane ramp, 300 metres of new road, 700 metres of improvements to the Barnet Highway, water main, streetlighting, and provision for pedestrian and bicycle traffic.
Total E&P Canada Ltd.'s Joslyn North Mine project required re-alignment of the existing access road. Associated Environmental provided regulatory advice and technical guidance to the construction and design team including regulatory approval applications and technical guidance for construction crews, a Wildlife Mitigation Plan, and recommendations for environmental mitigation measures.
Associated provides integrated planning and design services to build better transportation networks to serve communities and industries. Our team includes community planners, transportation planners, traffic engineers, roadway engineers, environmental scientists, and landscape architects. We work together to design roadways that are part of an active transportation network including pedestrian trails, cycling paths, and transit system.
Our team has planned and designed thousands of kilometres of heavy-haul roads in remote areas serving the forestry, mining and oil and gas sectors. We work with our clients to plan and construct economical roads, considering loads, traffic volumes, environmental considerations, operations and maintenance, long-term life, capital cost, and salvage potential and value. Whether the roadway is in rural, urban or remote environments, our focus is on designing robust and resilient infrastructure, considering potential environmental and climatic impacts.
Alberta Transportation 2011 Innovation Award
Callingwood Road and Lessard Road Interchanges
Strategic Project Management helps clients achieve long-term objectives
Associated Engineering is well known for its program management and project management skills.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
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
Every commuting day, we get into our vehicles, drive to the highway or through city streets and arrive at our offices and work sites.Read more
Complete Streets: Transforming our Cities
Since the days of the horse and buggy (not that I would know personally), streets have been planned and designed as a means of getting from Point A to Point B, thereby fulfilling the typical role of streets as a linear corridor.Read more
BC Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure
City of Burnaby
City of Lethbridge
City of Medicine Hat
City of Saskatoon
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Statoil Canada Ltd.
Suncor Energy Inc.
Teck Coal Ltd.
TOTAL E&P Ltd.