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At Dillon, we’re not just consultants. We are owners who are passionate about building a better, smarter and more purposeful community, one that works better, functions better, and is efficient, safe and sustainable for future generations.
Dillon is at the intersection of planning, management, engineering, and environmental science and have never stopped innovating, continually growing and building and always leading towards a better tomorrow. We deliver the best total solutions to our clients, as well as the communities where we work and live.
Dillon is a proudly Canadian, employee-owned professional consulting firm specializing in planning, engineering, environmental science and management. We partner with clients to provide committed, collaborative and inventive solutions to complex, multi-faceted projects.
Jeff has over 24 years of experience as a transportation engineer. He has experience with transportation studies, functional planning, detailed design and contract administration for urban and rural highways throughout Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
The condition of the roadways in Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation (SBOFN) created a number of issues in the community including limited access for emergency vehicles. Dillon was retained by SBOFN to complete the preliminary design, detailed design and contract administration of approximately 5 km of road reconstruction. The project included complete roadway reconstruction, drainage improvements, as well as hydro, telecom, and water utility relocations.
Following the 1997 “Flood of the Century,” the Province of Manitoba studied a variety of options to improve Winnipeg’s flood protection facilities. The expansion of the Red River Floodway was the preferred option to best provide protection from the one in 700 year flood in the Winnipeg area. Replacement of existing railway and highway bridges was required to span the widened floodway channel and increase the clearance underneath each bridge.
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