On Tuesday, November 26th ISL won a Award of Merit at the ACEC-SK Brian Eckel Awards
There was a clear safety issue with the barriers and handrails connections. ISL considered options with an in-house tool based on a probabilistic approach to intervention. After demolition a significant amount of the concrete had been discovered as damaged by freeze thaw deterioration. ISL addressed the deterioration within the construction budget.
ISL’s rehabilitation plan brought the infrastructure up to code, accommodated safety requirements; and recommended a long term maintenance strategy.
ISL Adapt, an Edmonton infrastructure technology start-up, with the help of a variety of local innovation partners, is piloting a novel machine learning water treatment process in Canada.
On February 21, 2020 the Consulting Engineers of Alberta (CEA) awarded ISL with the Award of Merit in the Transportation Structures category for our...
The 2013 flood was among the worst in Calgary’s history, causing $50 M of damage to the Calgary Zoo. The joint team of ISL and Associated...