Land Development

Over the years, Dillon’s Land Development group has grown into one of Canada’s largest and most progressive professional development teams. In 2021, Dillon acquired Counterpoint Engineering, a Canadian engineering consulting firm based in the Greater Toronto Area that specializes in land development consulting and engineering.

We are dedicated to creating sustainable solutions and balancing environmental integrity for urban and rural communities of residential, retail, commercial and industrial facilities. We recognize that all communities are living organisms that require adaptive frameworks and flexible designs to achieve long-term social inclusion, economic prosperity, and environmental resilience.

Our combined depth and breadth of skills, along with our national exposure and ability to work in provincial, regional, city, neighbourhood and site specific levels have made our land development team an industry leader.

Rendering of Regent Park redevelopment

Key Contact

Patrick Turner
P: 905.326.1404

Our Land Development Service Offerings

Related Projects

Planning, Design & Advisory Services
  • Planning approvals and site plan design for development projects including:
    • Planning Justification Reports
    • Traffic Impact Studies
    • Parking Studies
    • Landscape Plans
    • Developer-led Secondary/Tertiary Plans
    • Developer-led Municipal Class Environmental Assessments
Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental engineering and site compatibility studies to support development projects including:
    • Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs)
    • Record of Site Conditions
    • Excess Soils support
    • Hydrogeology
    • Coastal Assessments
    • Air and Noise Assessments
Civil Engineering Design & Construction
  • Supporting development projects and construction administration/observation including:
    • Municipal Servicing
    • Site Development (storm, sanitary, water, road grading, electrical)
    • Stormwater Management Plans and Reports
    • Functional Servicing Studies/Reports
Natural Heritage Management
  • Natural environment studies to support development projects including:
    • Environmental Impact Studies
    • Master Environmental Servicing Plans
    • Subwatershed Studies
    • Arborist Reports (e.g., Tree Inventory and Preservation Plan)
    • Construction Monitoring
    • Species at Risk
    • Environmental Permitting support