St. John’s

Arguably the oldest city in North America, St. John’s rises above a harbour carved from 500 million year-old rock. The natural beauty of the city, with spectacular vistas of the ocean, quaint side streets, legendary hospitality and a bustling economy, attracts some of the best and brightest from around the world.

St. John’s is a city with a past, a rich and colorful past, having been a destination for European explorers, adventurers, soldiers and pirates. It is a proud city that can boast the oldest roots in North America as the first permanent settlement, claimed by the British Empire in the 1400s.

St. John’s has a vibrant and exciting future. The off-shore oil, mining and renewable energy (wind/hydro) industries, as well as tourism, are now prominent players that fuel the economy of the entire region.

Our services include civil/municipal engineering, industrial/institutional/commercial electrical engineering, water/wastewater systems design, construction administration and on-site supervision, community/transportation planning, environmental assessment/remediation and management, hydrogeology, waste management, regulatory and program/project management, public consultation, and geographic information systems development and analysis.

Situated at 45 Hebron Way, our office includes engineers, environmental scientists, geoscientists and support personnel.

Chris Willette, Office Manager
45 Hebron Way
Suite 202
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
A1A 0P9


P: 709.754.2374709.754.2374
F: 709.754.2380

Map of Office

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