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New projects with York Region, Build Toronto and more

November 25, 2016
TMIG is proud to announce our newly acquired projects to add to our current undertakings:

Build Toronto – Traffic Engineering Services for Kingston and Dale Site:   Build Toronto intends to develop the currently vacant site into a residential development consisting of a mix of townhomes and two mid-rise buildings. In order to move forward, TMIG was retained to prepare a Transportation Impact Study that examines the traffic impacts from the proposed development and considers the City’s Traffic Demand Management Strategies and parking requirements for the subject site. The Final TIS is expected to be delivered by the end of this year. 

§   York Region – Contract Administration, Site Inspection, and System Integrator Services for the Aurora Sewage Pumping Hauled Wastewater Receiving Facility: In 2013, TMIG was retained by the Region to design facility upgrades to the Aurora HWWRF. We have also now been retained to carry out the construction administration and site inspection services for the construction of the facility, which will include site civil, architectural, structural, process, building mechanical, electrical, SCADA, and instrumentation and control services. The construction period is expected for January to August of next year. 

East Gwillimbury Green Lane Master Environmental Servicing Plan:   TMIG was retained to provide an MESP to identify infrastructure works needed to support the urban structure framework defined by the Town’s Official Plan as part of the Green Lane Secondary Plan. This project will focus on an ‘environment first’ approach that incorporates the use of sustainable development techniques, such as green infrastructure, low impact development measures, and energy conservation. The Plan is expected to be complete by August of next year.

York Region - Engineering Services for Improvements to Rutherford Road:  A stretch of Rutherford Road, between Jane and Bathurst streets in the City of Vaughan, has been identified for improvements as part of the Region's 10-year Roads and Transit Capital Construction Program. An Environmental Assessment suggested Rutherford be widened to six lanes to accomodate HOV/transit lanes, cycle tracks and other improvements. TMIG will complete a detailed design for this preferred plan.