Video explains environmental clean-up in Hamilton Harbour
A new video has been posted on Canadian Consulting Engineer's website featuring a project by Cole Engineering of Toronto.
A new video has been posted on Canadian Consulting Engineer’s website featuring a project by Cole Engineering of Toronto.
The video explains the engineering firm’s approach to remediating a wetland that was created in Hamilton Harbour in 1990 as a sediment trap to relieve the shipping lanes downstream. The ultimate goal of the $20-million project is to turn what was an open body of water with low diversity and limited fish and wildlife into a fertile natural gateway at the east end of Hamilton.
The video features Mark Bassingthwaite, P.Eng. of Cole Engineering, specialists in wetland restoration, and John Helka, CET of the City of Hamilton.
Robert Peace created the four-minute video for Canadian Consulting Engineer and Cole Engineering.
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