Protecting people and places
Sustainable synergy: Nurturing the equilibrium between green solutions and our clients and communities
Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant outfall project
The City of Toronto’s Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant is the largest of four wastewater treatment plants and serves more than 1.7 million residents. The new outfall project, which we managed, involved constructing an onshore shaft approximately 85 m deep with an internal diameter of 14 m, a 7 m internal diameter and 3,500 m long tunnel through bedrock beneath the lakebed, and 50×1 m diameter risers to convey treated effluent into Lake Ontario.
Fargo-Moorhead flood diversion project
The Fargo-Moorhead flood diversion initiative aims to safeguard North Dakota and Minnesota from frequent Red River floods, which have increased in frequency since 1990 and worsened since 2015. As part of a joint venture, we are leading the design of a transformative 30 mile diversion channel project that will route water around the Fargo-Moorhead metro area during flood events.
Prony Resources is partnering with us on a groundbreaking tailings storage facility for its Lucy nickel laterite operation in New Caledonia to ensure both safety and sustainability in a highly seismic region that experiences heavy rainfall.
Adaptive Phased Management Project
Canada’s Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) is executing a comprehensive plan for safe, long-term nuclear fuel management, involving deep geological repositories and a multi-barrier system, known as the Adaptive Phased Management Project (APM). The project positions Canada as a leader in nuclear waste management, addressing the imperative for secure, long-term storage of intermediate- and high-level nuclear waste.