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Delcan is doing planning, environmental assessments and preliminary design for the central section of a transit way along the 407 corridor. Delcan's role in this planned 150-km. interregional transit way involves 23 kilometres between Highway...
Delcan is doing planning, environmental assessments and preliminary design for the central section of a transit way along the 407 corridor. Delcan’s role in this planned 150-km. interregional transit way involves 23 kilometres between Highway 400 and Kennedy Road north of Toronto. The transitway will be a grade-separated route for buses, with an option to convert to light rail in the longer term. It is slated for construction in 2023.
Summit Environmental Consultants, an Associated Engineering company, is helping Teck Coal to monitor wildlife habitats in five operating coal mines in the Elk Valley of southeastern B.C. Located in the front ranges of the Rocky Mountains, the Elk Valley is home to sheep, elk, moose, deer and carnivores such as cougar, black bears and grizzly bears. After the five mines cease operations Teck Coal has to restore their habitat to the pre-mining conditions. The study will help Teck Coal to design a program to guide its reclamation practices and set benchmarks to follow.
Enermodal Engineering, a member of MMM Group, has opened an office in Vancouver, its first in B.C. and seventh office nationally.
Andrew Stevenson, group manager of ATAP Infrastructure Management in Saskatchewan, has been named to the board of directors of the Canadian Public Works Association.
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