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Project Awards

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Awards for Engineering Excellence

The Awards for Engineering Excellence demonstrate the value ACEC-BC member firms offer to clients as they celebrate technical excellence and recognize innovation in consulting engineering that is simply a cut above the rest.

Tank Hill Interim Detour Design

Tank Hill Interim Detour Design

After severe storms hit British Columbia in November 2021, AECOM provided emergency assistance to reinstate the Trans-Canada Highway at the Tank Hill underpass where road and rail infrastructure had been destroyed. AECOM mobilized a team to reinstate…

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McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant

McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant

The McLoughlin Point WWTP is providing wastewater treatment for the first time to the Capital Regional District population, using state-of-the-art tertiary treatment processes, in a highly compact facility. Marine works included a horizontally directionally drilled…

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Vancouver Island Coastal Vulnerability Study

Vancouver Island Coastal Vulnerability Study

First Nations communities on Vancouver Island are vulnerable to coastal storms and tsunamis, as well as to climate-induced sea level rise. Parsons created a unique hydrodynamic model covering 2,500 km x 2,100 km of the Pacific, superimposed with detailed local models, to identify tsunami…

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Maplewood Marine Restoration Project

Maplewood Marine Restoration Project

The Maplewood Marine Restoration Project restored over 4.5 hectares of marine habitat at a site which holds cultural significance & was identified as a priority by the Tsleil-Waututh Nation. The project involved more than 230,000…

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SFU Stadium

SFU Stadium

The new 1,800-seat stadium at Simon Fraser University is home to the SFU Athletics Team and a new facility for community and student events. The crowning piece of the design is a striking CLT canopy which cantilevers 16 metres, providing weather protection…

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Barnard Substation Upgrade

Barnard Substation Upgrade

Barnard substation was built in 1950/60’s and needed investment to meet energy demands of next 20 years and improve safety of workers and public. This project was more complex than normal because we encountered a number of significant challenges. Given the age of the facility…

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Canal Lachine Bridge

Canal Lachine Bridge

The Canal Lachine Bridge is a signature, curved, cable stayed bridge in downtown Montréal, Québec as part of the $1.5 billion Design-Build Turcot Project. The 350-m long structure uses an innovative, highly redundant composite steel grillage system…

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Fast-Track Barge Terminal Development

Fast-Track Barge Terminal Development

When a new temporary marine terminal on BC’s north coast had to be designed, permitted, and installed in only ten weeks, Westmar Advisors developed a unique design that combined offshore technology with floating components to meet the fast-track schedule. The reduced…

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Macaulay Point Pump Station

Macaulay Point Pump Station

The Capital Regional District’s new Macaulay Point Pump Station is BC’s largest municipal sewage pump station and, with a capacity of 400MLD, it can fill an Olympic size swimming pool in 9 minutes and is still optimized for daily flows. Rather than designing and selecting…

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