Highways

Transportation infrastructure helps to shape development and the economic well-being of a region.  At Associated, we understand the important role that our highways, roads, and bridges play in connecting people and communities, supporting industry, and improving the quality of life of residents.  We bring extensive experience in planning, design, and  construction of highways, roads, and interchanges in remote, rural and urban environments.
 
Our designs consider community needs, environmental impacts, safety, operational and maintenance requirements, as well as potential climate change risks, to provide infrastructure that is sustainable and resilient. Over the years, we have successfully designed and commissioned thousands of kilometres of roads and highways across Canada around the world.  Our work has been recognized with awards for environmental stewardship, sustainability, and technical excellence.
  • Patrick Stancombe

    Patrick Stancombe P.Eng.

    Transportation and Resource Infrastructure Engineer

    • I work on a variety of transportation projects in both busy urban centers and remote wilderness settings. I enjoy the diverse conditions of each project and the satisfaction of seeing the finished product come together.
    • I love spending time outdoors and enjoy the physical challenge and social connections I get from running, skiing, and playing team sports with my friends and family.
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  • Awards

    Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Alberta 2010 Environment and Sustainability Award
    Northwest Stoney Trail

    Canadian Consulting Engineering 2014 Award of Excellence
    Port Mann Highway 1 Onshore Works

    Consulting Engineers of Alberta 2015 Award of Merit
    Highway 40 Emergency Flood Repairs
  • Clients

    Alberta Transportation
    BC Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure
    City of Kelowna
    City of Niagara Falls
    Niagara Parks Commission
    Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
    Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways & Infrastructure
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