Saskatoon sits gracefully in a parkland setting, with the South Saskatchewan River meandering its way through riverbank trails and parks. Seven bridges provide easy access to any point in the city. Boasting the most sunshine days a year of any other city in Canada, people are naturally drawn to the myriad outdoor activities the city offers.
The name Saskatoon has a proud history – it is derived from the Cree word which refers to the indigenous blue-coloured berry that grows prolifically in the area.
Our office is conveniently located in Southeast Saskatoon (Stonebridge) south of Circle Drive and east of Clarence Avenue. The local Dillon team represents a wide range of disciplines including: environmental planning, regulatory approvals and stakeholder consultations, geoscience (investigations/remediation), natural science (aquatic and terrestrial), transportation engineering/planning (bridges and roads), water resources/hydraulics, environmental management and atmospheric services.