We work with municipal and provincial governments, developers, ports, transit, and hydro. Whether we’re working on a road, a park, or a hospital, we see beyond the engineering to the communities that will use them—now and well into the future.
We are committed to sustainable business practices with a social and ecological focus. We have developed project-specific sustainability practices, which includes designing and engineering sustainable urban drainage and water management and, where possible, sourcing supplies and materials for engineering projects locally.
Mobile and Agile
We understand the need for local and with numerous offices and over 300 employees throughout British Columbia and Alberta, we offer highly experienced and talented mobile teams and effective technology that can be deployed to areas that require on-site support and project management.
To deliver the best possible solution for each client, we build multi-disciplinary teams with experienced personnel best suited to the project. Our remote teams are completely integrated so the right person for the job is always the one assigned to it—no matter what office they work from. Our diverse team brings specialized experience working with First Nations communities, public-private partnerships (P3s) and environmental consultants.
To fully support your project needs, we bring in specialized consultants with whom we already have a strong relationship, including geotechnical engineering firms, structural engineers, electrical and lighting specialists, and environmental consultants. In addition to our core services, we offer contract administration services, including impact studies and analyses, public engagement support, procurement management, and siltation control planning.
The Best Work Starts With Building the Best Team
While we are known for our work in civil infrastructure, we also specialize in a wide range of disciplines and services that span the entire project lifecycle—from planning, to design, to construction, through to asset management.
Our resume includes some of British Columbia’s most high-profile transportation projects, including the Sea-to-Sky Highway, the Port Mann Bridge, and most recently, the Alex Fraser Bridge Capacity Improvement project.