At Williams Engineering Canada our environmental engineers are skilled at completing hazardous material building assessments and providing recommendations for the remediation of those materials. We perform Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, to CSA standards, to identify areas within a building or property that may be a potential concern. In our Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, we can delineate and measure on-site hazardous materials and provide solutions to mitigate any risks that may occur due to the presence of such materials. Our team of experts can also create a general hazardous material inventory that outlines possible hazardous building materials. We observe and conduct soil testing to confirm the presence or absence of petroleum hydrocarbon contamination. In addition, we have experience in the delineation of any associated contaminated soil and can provide supervision of contaminated soil removal activities, and confirmatory sampling after removal.
Capital Health, serving over one million Edmonton and area patients, provides various high technology services including organ transplants, inpatient acute care, rehabilitation care, extended care, and immunizations. Capital Health required the expertise of an engineering firm to guide the deconstruction of the existing Outpatient Resident Building located at 8315 – 114 Street in Edmonton Alberta.
One of Canada's richest gold mines begins an intense 10-year remediation process.
For the past 56 years, Giant Mine has been a major economic driver for the North. Since ceasing operations in 2004, remediation is now beginning at the mine to contain the arsenic trioxide waste.
Williams Engineering was retained to conduct Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) at four specific locations in the Northwest Territories. The Purpose of the Phase II ESAs was to identify any potential environment liabilities and concerns at the subject site and the adjacent properties.
Specifically, the Phase II ESAs were focused on the following buildings:
- Old Chief Albert Wright School; Tulita
- De Cho Hall; Fort Simpson
- The Leisure Lounge; Fort Smith
- The Old Weigh Scale; Enterprise
Rutherford Heights is a $14.5 million retirement residence recently completed in Edmonton, Alberta. Carefully designed to modern tastes, the new Rutherford Retirement Residence offers 170 first-class suites in a variety of layouts, plus a full range of services including a theatre, spa, workout gym, and internet lounge.
Located on the southwest side of Edmonton, Alberta, the Steppes Office Campus represents a step forward in sustainable site design. Certified to BOMA BESt Level Four, BOMA’s highest rating for a sustainable building, and winner of BOMA’s 2012 Earth Award, the Steppes Business Campus embodies a “green” building design. The campus showcases nearly 7,000 m2 of premium class A commercial space that spans across two buildings on a three acre site.