Brobbel, Mark

Mark Brobbel

M.Sc., R.P.Bio., LEED AP
Operations Lead / Partner


Mark Brobbel has 25 years of professional experience, and as a consultant has provided environmental services across several sectors. He has managed and coordinated multi-disciplinary teams for a wide range of private and public sector clients, and has provided agency liaison services to help clients navigate through various regulatory processes. Mark leads Dillon's rail business line and is also the operations lead for our industry and real estate client groups. Mark's experience includes workshop facilitation and environmental training, species at risk, linear development services, site restoration, fish habitat offsetting, and environmental mitigation and monitoring services.  

Different families walk and bike across the bridge on a sunny day

Thames Valley Parkway - North Branch Connection - London, ON

The Thames Valley Corridor is one of London’s most important natural, cultural, recreational, and aesthetic resources. Located along the Thames River, the corridor is a complex system of sensitive ecological habitats, intensive public recreation areas, and developed urban lands that are interconnected by a municipal pathway system called the Thames Valley Parkway (TVP).Read More
Helicopter getting ready to lift top of radio tower with bottom of radio tower in background

Line 21 Replacement Environmental and Socio-Economic Impact Assessment - Northwest Territories

Enbridge Pipelines (NW) Inc. (Enbridge) recently completed the Line 21 Segment Replacement Project, which involved the installation of approximately 2.5 kilometres of new 323.9 mm O.D. (NPS 12) pipeline under the Mackenzie River using a Horizontal Directional Drill (HDD).Read More
Blackfriars Bridge by Tess Widdifield Photography

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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Boyne Trunk Sewer Preferred Alignment

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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Solar Farms

Solar Farms

Solar energy is seen as a part of the solution to society’s increasing dependency on energy supplies. These farms produce clean power during the hours of the day when it is most needed (on-peak) and do so in a way that is infinitely sustainable, supplying power at the utility level. Dillon has worked with firms throughout Canada that manufacture solar panels, including Canadian Solar Inc., farm developers, owners and operators of large-scale solar energy projects.

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Terry Fox Drive - Ottawa, ON

Terry Fox Drive - Ottawa, ON

Terry Fox Drive is a major arterial road in Ottawa, named for the late Canadian humanitarian, activist and athlete Terry Fox. Located in the suburb of Kanata in the city's west end, the road was initially a minor road that has become a major route for residents travelling to and from the north end of Kanata. Expansion was controversial as it cut through a provincially significant wetland affecting 20 species at risk in this area such as the Butternut tree, American ginseng and the Blanding's turtle.

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Fish under water

Fisheries Act | Fish and Fish Habitat Protection Program

On June 21st, 2019 the new Fisheries Act received royal assent and became law. On August 28th, 2019 Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) updated their...Read More