Description: Westview Crescent loop was identified to be reconstructed in an attempt to lower the impacts of infiltration as the Town moved towards a regional sanitary system. Westview Crescent had broken curbs and sidewalks on the surface, while the deep utilities (water and sewer) mains were aging, allowing excess infiltration of ground and surface water.
Description: Tagish Engineering was commissioned to design, tender and inspect the construction for this infrastructure replacement, roadway rehabilitation, and beautification project through the Town of Innisfail's downtown core.
Description: Two residential roads in Bowden were identified for infrastructure replacement of underground water and sanitary services. In addition, surface improvements were completed by way of replacement of the road structure, concrete curb / gutter, asphalt, and drainage improvements.
Description: In 1996, Red Deer County was gifted the infrastructure of the abandoned Department of National Defense air base, formerly known as Mynarski Park from the Federal Government. Tagish Engineering was retained to perform a full infrastructure assessment over the next two years which resulted in an eye opener for the County in respects to having acquired ownership of now municipal utilities which had greatly exceeded their lifespan.
Description: Tagish Engineering was commissioned to design, tender and inspect the construction for 2014 Community Center Upgrades in Sylvan Lake, Alberta. The project included a full rebuild of the roadway entrance coming in and out of the Community Center.
Description: Downtown Streetscape and Road Reconstruction, project consists of removing and replacing all of the existing concrete sidewalks, curbs and gutters and paved surfaces. The existing concrete /paving stone sidewalks were replaced with traffic calming with Allen Block planters and benches at ends and midpoints of each block and sidewalk replacements that consist of an elaborate train track design.
Description: In 2012 the existing 50th Avenue Bridge crossing the Battle River in Ponoka was deemed structurally unsafe and should be replaced as soon as possible. The project included the construction of a new bridge to cross the Battle River able to withstand industrial loads as well as the realignment of 50th avenue. Tagish Engineering assessed, develop cost effective solutions, assisted in securing funding and all approvals, tendered and facilitated construction for all phases of two construction seasons it took to complete the project.