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Awards for Engineering Excellence

Chehalis Bridge

Chehalis Bridge

The Chehalis Bridge is an example of how to deliver better bridges; bridges designed to endure climate change without compromising performance, budgets, and schedules. Constructability, durability, and structural resilience are the cornerstones…

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ʔapsčiik t̓ašii (Upscheek Tashee)

ʔapsčiik t̓ašii (Upscheek Tashee)

The ʔapsčiik t̓ašii (pronounced Upscheek Tashee) is a 25-km bi-directional multi-use path with major bridges, boardwalks, highway culverts & extensions, amphibian crossings, pathway culverts, major walls, highway widening, Fisheries Enhancements, & switchbacks…

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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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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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Transportation Trade Network Analysis Study

Transportation Trade Network Analysis Study

Parsons

Parsons was the prime consultant and technical lead for the Transportation Trade Network Analysis Study (TTN), undertaken from 2016 to 2019. TTN was a BC-wide comprehensive multi-modal goods movement study…

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Regina Bypass Project

Regina Bypass Project

Parsons

The Regina Bypass Project was developed to satisfy several strategic objectives, including supporting the sustained population and job growth within Saskatchewan in general, and the Regina area specifically…

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Wharf / Humboldt Street AAA Bike Lanes

Wharf / Humboldt Street AAA Bike Lanes

Parsons

The objective of the Wharf/Humboldt All Ages and Abilities (AAA) Bike Lanes project was to improve safety and reduce the risks of the most vulnerable road users along the corridor with complete street enhancements to encourage more cycling, walking, and transit trips…

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