Alexandra Chan

Alexandra Chan

B.Eng., P.Eng.


Alexandra is an environmental engineer with experience in both hydrogeology and contaminated site work, having worked as an Environmental Engineer for over nine years. She is experienced in leading hydrogeological investigations to support linear and facility municipal infrastructure projects, development projects including PTTW/EASR applications, and long term groundwater monitoring. She also has experience coordinating detailed design, as well as conducting environmental construction monitoring, thus providing an engineering and construction understanding. She has developed a number of Environmental Management Plans for construction and acted as an Environmental Coordinator to liaise with regulatory authorities to obtain environmental approvals. She is also experienced in the completion of environmental site assessments (ESAs) including Phase One and Phase Two ESAs and record of site condition (RSC) applications. She also has experience in developing soil sampling plans for large-scale construction projects.


Finch West Light Rail Transit Design-Build - Toronto, ON

The Finch West Light Rail Transit Project (LRT) comprised the design, construction and maintenance of an 11.5 km Light Rail Transit corridor in the City of Toronto. The corridor will run along Finch Avenue West in an east-west direction between the intersections of Highway 27 and Keele Street, and southward along Hwy 27 towards the intersection of Humber College Boulevard.Read More

Eglinton Crosstown West Extension - Toronto, ON

As Technical Advisor (TA) to Infrastructure Ontario and Metrolinx and part of the Arup TA Team, Dillon provided environmental, permits, licenses, and approvals (PLA), and stakeholder engagement services in support of the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension (ECWE) light rail transit/subway project in Toronto.Read More
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On-Site and Excess Soil Regulation

On December 4, 2019 the government of Ontario announced that it has finalized and is implementing the On-Site and Excess Soil Regulation&...Read More