Beginning in July 2010, ParklandGEO undertook a large scale geophysical survey and geo-hazard assessment on a proposed new residential development area in Al Ain City, in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, UAE. Working with our geophysical consultant, we completed
In the summer and fall of 2008, ParklandGEO acted as the geotechnical consultant and provided materials engineering and testing for the site development of several CRUs in north-west Edmonton, AB. The project included...
In the winter of 2012, ParklandGEO was commissioned by Sobeys to investigate excessive settlement issues with a recently constructed parking lot in Beaumont, Alberta. The parking lot had been constructed in 2012, and due to thick peat deposits, in part..
ParklandGEO was retained by the City of Grande Prairie and two private landowners to assess the stability of a natural slope along the Bear Creek. A significant slope failure in the spring of 2007 lead to the removal of one mobile home & the potential...
In 2007, a large landslide occurred in the south hill area of Red Deer on the west bank of Piper Creek. This was a ravine slope that was subject to some industrial activity the early part of the 20th century. The top of bank and upper slope areas above...
ParklandGEO has worked closely with the Town of Three Hills throughout the life of the Three Hills Landfill to ensure the landfill meets the capacity of the neighboring communities.
ParklandGEO was retained to design, supervise the construction and monitor the performance of a methane recovery system at the Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School. During the construction of a building addition, an old sanitary landfill ...
In November 2008, ParklandGEO began working as a sub-consultant to ISL Engineering to help create an area structure plan for the Weberville and DMI Joint Development Areas. Key tasks in this project were to identify the possible geotechnical concerns..
ParklandGEO undertook a comprehensive Phase 1 ESA on the City of Wetaskiwin’s Main Street as part of their Street Revitalization and infrastructure upgrading program.
ParklandGEO undertook a detailed erosion assessment on three separate erosion sites in Whitecourt, Alberta. The erosion sites included approximately 350 m of erosion in natural drainage channels downstream of two separate stormwater outfalls into...
ParklandGEO has worked closely with the Town of Whitecourt and the Whitecourt Regional Waste Management Commission to provide long term planning and consulting for the Whitecourt Landfill. ParklandGEO has completed a hydrogeological study of the...
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