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.
KEYERA Corporation's midstream liquids fractionation and storage facility processes natural gas liquids. This 510,000 cubic metre containment brine pond with dual liner system is used to store brine displaced from the salt caverns during storage of liquefied petroleum gas products.
Associated offers a wide range of services to support academic and health care facilities. We work collaboratively with owners and project teams to design functional and safe facilities. Our experience includes planning as well as civil, structural, electrical and mechanical design for upgrades, rehabilitation, and new construction, including traditional and P3 projects.
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Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Northern Health Authority
Royal Roads University
Simon Fraser University
Thompson Rivers University
University of British Columbia
University of Regina
University of Saskatchewan
University of Victoria
Vancouver Coastal Health Authority