Resource Road Engineering and Environmental Management
Allnorth designed and replaced a number of bridges and culverts and provided related environmental services along a resource road. The bridges and culverts spanned or intersected the James River and various tributaries, so fisheries and aquatic environmental assessments were conducted before construction commenced. Allnorth conducted a variety of resource assessments of fish and aquatic habitat and prepared summary reports for submission to Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) and Alberta Environment. In addition, Allnorth provided environmental monitoring services for construction activities.
Allnorth’s responsibilities for this project included:
- Civil engineering
- Environmental monitoring
- Fish and fish habitat assessments
About this oil and gas project
The resource road is located north of Sundre, Alberta.
Services in this project
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