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Brian Davis

B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc., P.Eng.


Brian has over 10 years of experience in structural planning, design and rehabilitation of steel, concrete, masonry and timber structures. This includes reinforced concrete tanks and chambers, municipal water and wastewater facilities, industrial facilities, heavy equipment foundations, and soil retaining structures. Brian has extensive experience in condition assessments and developing rehabilitation strategies for municipal water and wastewater infrastructure.

Ridgetown-Thamesville Sanitary Forcemain - Chatham-Kent, ON

Upgrade of the Sherman Pumping Station, decommissioning of the Thamesville Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) and construction of a forcemain from the Sherman Pump Station to the Ridgetown Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP).Read More

Ridgetown-Highgate Watermain and Pumping Station - Chatham-Kent, ON

Dillon Consulting Limited (Dillon) was retained by the Municipality of Chatham-Kent to provide engineering services during design preparation, tender, construction and post construction stages of the 10 km long, 200 mm diameter Ridgetown to Highgate watermain and 320 m3 capacity ground reservoir, control building, booster pump station and treatment building at Highgate.Read More

Wastewater Collection and Treatment System - Dominion and Bridgeport, NS

Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) retained Dillon to complete the design, tendering and contract administration of this wastewater collection and treatment system constructed in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM). The system includes a SBR wastewater treatment plant producing a secondary level effluent. Other major components of the treatment system include fine screens, vortex grit removal, sludge dewatering and UV disinfection. The plant discharges to an existing outfall located in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Blackfriars Bridge - London, ON

Opened in September 1875, Blackfriars Bridge is a single span structure over the north branch of the Thames River, connecting Ridout Street North to Blackfriars Street near the northwest corner of the Central Business District of London, Ontario. It is the only bowstring arch truss of its kind in Canada, only one of four that still carry vehicular loads in North America and the only bridge of its kind open to two lanes of traffic. It is the oldest wrought iron or steel through truss bridge on the Ontario Heritage Bridge List. The City of London retained Dillon to complete a risk assessment, environmental assessment, as well as provide the detailed design and tendering services for the preferred rehabilitation option.

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Dundas Place - London, ON

The City of London had a vision to transform Dundas Street in downtown London, ON, into Dundas Place, a key public space and cultural hub that will encourage residential intensification in the core, showcase the built heritage of the area and shape downtown London for decades to come. The City of London is faced with the challenge of accommodating significant growth in high density development that is anticipated adjacent to Dundas Place, while protecting the street’s rich history, character and heritage. Being retained as the prime consultant, Dillon partnered with Gehl in the Class Environmental Assessment (EA) to provide the urban design, landscape architecture, placemaking, EA planning, consultation, and engineering expertise to turn Dundas Street into a flexible environment that is shared by pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.

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Boyne Trunk Sanitary Sewer - Halton Region, ON

The South Halton Water and Wastewater Master Plan identified the need for a trunk sanitary sewer that could convey existing and future flows to the Mid-Halton Sewage Treatment Plant in Oakville. The existing sewage pump station and forcemain conveying sewage from Milton was at its maximum capacity. The Boyne Trunk Sewer was commissioned to replace the existing system. In 2008, Halton retained Dillon to complete the environmental assessment (EA) and subsequent design and construction phases for the large diameter (up to 2400 mm) gravity sewer. 

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Wastewater Treatment Plant - Picton, ON

To accommodate growth in Picton, ON, replacement of the Picton Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) was required to provide additional treatment capacity. The existing plant was approaching its rated capacity and the site could not accommodate an expansion or upgrade. The new plant, commissioned and online in 2011, provides one of the highest levels of treatment in Ontario.

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Wastewater Treatment Facility - Halifax, NS

Dillon and Maple/Maxim Joint Venture completed the design, project administration, construction supervision and commissioning of the new facility under a design-build delivery model. The $64M Eastern Passage Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) provides for projected community growth, as well as an upgraded treatment system consistent with industry standards.

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Vauxhall Pollution Control Plant Upgrades - London, ON

The City of London retained Dillon to design plant upgrades for the Vauxhall Pollution Control Plant (PCP), which treats municipal wastewater. As a result of the combined sewer system, the Vauxhall PCP experienced periodic combined sewer overflow (CSO) by-pass events during wet weather conditions, where flows to the plant could exceed 100 000 m3/d.

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Lake Wilcox Park - Richmond Hill, ON

Lake Wilcox Park is 5.48 hectares of exceptional waterfront parkland reflective of the area’s cultural, historical, and environmental heritage. Nestled along the eastern shores of Lake Wilcox, within the Oak Ridges Moraine, the Park’s design is founded on principles of an ecologically driven approach that balances recreational parkland with built facilities and an accessible and connected waterfront. An extensive consultation process with the public and Indigenous communities confirmed an integrated design approach and inspired the detailed design of the park. As a result, the natural and cultural history of the site is celebrated via symbolic detailed design forms, materials, and public art intricately woven throughout the landscape.

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Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Parkway - Windsor / Essex, ON

The Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Parkway is the roadway component of the Detroit River’sNew International Trade Crossing. Federal, provincial and state governments in the United States and Canada partnered to find a solution that provides safe, efficient and secure movement of people and goods across the border. The project, previously called the Windsor Essex Parkway, has an anticipated capital cost of $1.6B (CDN) is being delivered as an Alternative Finance Procurement (AFP). Once complete the new parkway will provide uninterrupted traffic flow. This is the most significant highway investment being made in Ontario. 

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