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Nicole Caza

B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc., P.Eng., ENV SP
Board of Directors / Operations Lead / Partner


Nicole is a municipal engineer with over 21 years of experience in the planning, design and construction of various types of infrastructure. She has been involved in projects at all levels, from the functional design stage right through detailed design, tendering and contract administration. Her experience includes the design and project management of water distribution systems, storm/sanitary collection systems, stormwater management, road improvements, active transportation facilities, and subdivision site servicing.

Lakeview Storm System Improvements - Calgary, AB

Flooding in the community of Lakeview has been a frequent and recurring problem. Like many older neighbourhoods in Calgary, Lakeview’s drainage system did not meet current service level expectations for stormwater drainage. An analysis of the storm drainage system in Lakeview revealed that the existing storm sewers provided inadequate conveyance resulting in less than a 1-in-2 year service level (50% chance of occurring) and that the overland drainage system was not designed to manage extreme events. As a result, recurring road flooding, sewer surcharge/backup and property flooding occurred during major storms. 

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Urban Revitalization - Lawrence Heights, Toronto, ON

Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) retained Dillon as part of an interdisciplinary consulting team for the Lawrence Heights community plan to redevelop the area. Lawrence Heights was developed in the early 1960s and at the time was the largest public housing project in Canada. The two phase study investigated alternative redevelopment options for this social housing community.

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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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