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Sustainable infrastructure engineering follows an inclusive, life-cycle approach to every-day components of cities and regions. It not only considers capital and operating costs, but the social and environmental issues and benefits across the facility life-cycle as well. From the planning and design stages through construction, our team develops unique solutions to meet our clients' infrastructure needs.

Our civil infrastructure team pushes the edges of conventional engineering to incorporate solutions which contribute to a higher degree of environmental sustainability and social benefits to the communities served. We adapt well-established engineering practices and emerging principles, such as Low Impact Development (LID) measures and leading-edge solutions in both urban redevelopment and “greenfield” applications.

In times of aging infrastructure and stronger emphasis on doing more with less, it has become essential for managers to make more informed and cost-effective decisions regarding the maintenance and renewal of their assets. Dillon is a key player in providing expert advice and proven services in the field of infrastructure asset management. Creating and managing public and private sector infrastructure is one of the pillars on which Dillon was founded more than 70 years ago. It remains a key component of what we do today.

Our services include:

  • Asset management
  • Construction administration and observation
  • Land Drainage Act expertise
  • Landowner consultation 
  • Low impact design
  • Presentation of reports to Drainage Boards
  • Recommendations to repair or improve existing drains 
  • Risk assessment
  • Road and highway drainage
  • Site servicing and grading 
  • Stormwater management
  • Surveying
  • Trenchless technology
  • Utility coordination
  • Watermain and sewer design

Related Clients

Federal Indigenous Communities Provincial and Territorial Municipal Redevelopment and Brownfields New Urban Land Real Estate Transportation and Distribution Industry Institutions Government

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