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This Engineering Consultants blog page provides updates to existing, and new, engineering technology and services content.  Binnie provides a wide range of civil engineering and consulting services in Western Canada including: transportation engineering; traffic planning; road and highway construction management services; municipal services; project services; landscape architecture; parks, sports and recreation facilities; Geomatics; land development; legal survey; and Northern services.

Last Updated: October 18, 2017

Binnie Shares Turf Expertise at WCTA Field Day

On September 20, 2017, Binnie participated in Turf Field Day in Aldergrove, BC. The event was hosted by the Western Canadian Turfgrass Association (WCTA). The WCTA is a 700+ member interprovincial not-for-profit industry organization interested in further education, research, and the exchange of information related to professional sports turf management. Members represent a diversity of […]
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Last Updated: October 4, 2017

Replacement of the Fort Nelson River Bridge

Binnie managed the replacement of the Fort Nelson River Bridge. The contractor built a temporary ice bridge to work from during the winter months.
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Last Updated: September 25, 2017

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Last Updated: September 21, 2017

Ladner Holds Street Dance to Celebrate Improvements to Arthur Drive

On September 15, the Ladner Business Association and the Corporation of Delta partnered up to host a celebration for the improvements to Arthur Drive in Ladner, British Columbia. The event showcased and promoted local retailers, and brought greater awareness to the Ladner Village area. This event was not just a celebration of the improvements to Arthur Drive, […]
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Last Updated: September 18, 2017

Arthur Drive Road and Utility Improvements

The Corporation of Delta enlisted Binnie to provide the engineering design and construction management services for roadway and utility improvements along 3.6 kilometres of Arthur Drive in Ladner, British Columbia. The project area lies between 28 Avenue and 44 Avenue and along 28 Avenue between 52 Street and 53 Street. The stretch is part of a main route […]
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Last Updated: September 14, 2017

Sports and Recreation

Communities are built around parks, sports and recreation facilities. Most Official Community Plans or Master Plans in Western Canada recognize the importance of open spaces in building engagement, improving livability, and creating a sense of community character and social identity through space.
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Last Updated: September 14, 2017

Landscape Architect Firm: Binnie

A landscape architect firm provides design and planning for exterior and open spaces. Binnie does more than that: we integrate our engineering services with landscape architecture to create exterior and open spaces that meet community needs and that work effectively in the environment. Binnie has an intimately-sized working group of eleven designers and technicians, led by […]
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Last Updated: September 14, 2017

Undergrounding Utilities in Fort Langley

Binnie and sub-consultants moved unsightly utility wires underground in historic Fort Langley. Binnie Engineers designed around existing business and historical features of the main street to improve pedestrian access and safety.
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Last Updated: September 7, 2017

Highway 29 Relocation – Design and Survey

Binnie was the Prime Consultant and Project Manager responsible for coordination of the Highway 29 relocation assignment in northeast BC. Binnie’s Project Manager oversaw this complex and multi-disciplined project, which included Environmental, Geotechnical, Structural, Geometric, Survey, Hydrological, Road Safety Audit, Multiple Accounts Evaluation, and Socio-Economic consultant team members. The project is 20 km in length with four […]
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Last Updated: September 6, 2017

Evergreen Extension Survey

Built in 2016, the Evergreen Extension was one of the largest transit projects in recent years. It was built to help meet the demands of a growing population, bringing rapid transit to the communities of Port Moody and Coquitlam, BC. The Evergreen Extension is an 11-kilometre SkyTrain expansion which links Coquitlam Centre to Lougheed Town Centre and […]
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