Hazardous material abatement and demolition of 317 houses and 455 other flood-damaged structures at the former Hidden Valley Golf Resort on the Siksika Nation near Cluny, AB
Demolition and hazardous abatement of Osman Auction, Union Tractor, and City Maintenance building in preparation for new LRT route
Removal of 17 flood-damaged houses along Elbow River in Calgary and site remediation
Hazardous material abatement and demolition of former Greyhound station (2016) and Staples (2014) as part of ICE District development
Demolished 15 bridges (many with 24-hour highway or 6-8-hour rail closures) and 100+ houses and farm structures to accommodate construction of ring road.
Hazardous material abatement and demolition of 4 buildings on former Griesbach Base
Hazardous material abatement and demolition of former Fort Saskatchewan Hospital
Demolition of 6 buildings at the former Red Deer Civic Yards
Demolition of former Central Post Office as part of Royal Alberta Museum development.
Concrete LRT station removals along Jasper Avenue
Phased demolition of sections of school to accommodate new construction schedule
Bridge removal of Fox Drive overpass on Whitemud Freeway.
30 acres of corrals and buildings
Demolition of 200,000 sq. ft. and 45-foot tall mine in Dawson City, Yukon.
Demolition of one wing to accommodate Lois Hole Hospital for Women, included 60,000 sq. ft. of asbestos contaminated rubble.
Demolition of 20,000 seat facility, former home of Edmonton Eskimos.
Demolition of grain elevators located in Cereal, Consort, Hanna, Hobbema, Oyen, Sibbald, Skiff, Taber, and Vauxhall.
45-foot-high sulfuric acid converter (completed in 14 days in operational plant).
Removal of 25 10,000 Barrel oil tanks in Whitehorse, Yukon.
Demolition of 6,500 seat facility, home field for the AAA Edmonton Trappers of the Pacific Coast League.
1936 building, including 1.1 million bricks, 600,000 board feet of lumber, 220,000 sections of tile, 14,000 tons of concrete, 22,000 feet of pipe and 50 miles of electrical wire in 12 miles of conduit, and included preservation of historical landmark Smoke Stack.
2,000,000 sq. ft. of building, 8 acres of concrete pads and road, 30,000 m3 of contaminated soils.
Demolition of the jail built in 1915.
Demolition of the 1906, 8-storey, 2,000,000 sq. ft. landmark hospital, adjacent to new hospital build.
Demolition and removal of 10-storey building on Jasper Avenue.
Demolition of plant.
Demolition of original brick 10-storey building.
Demolition of building and site preparation for new build.
Demolition of United Cigar Store and Western Surplus buildings on Jasper Avenue.
Predominately water and sewer installations, as well as tunneling sewer shafts for University of Alberta, pedestrian tunnels under Jasper Avenue, and excavation for Edmonton Centre foundations.