Urban & Rural Developments

Limitless solutions for urban and rural settings.

With extensive knowledge of municipal and provincial land use procedures, processes, policies, and bylaws, our team members are ready to assist both private and public sector clients with wide-ranging land development and planning needs. We work in government, real estate, commercial, petroleum, and utility sectors, offering innovative and customized solutions for every rural or urban project, big or small.

Products and solutions for the municipal sector.

From the preparation of single-lot subdivisions to multi-lot developments, we understand the complexities that can come with municipal projects and have been mastering the regulatory and, at times, lengthy approval process for years. We know you don’t rush things and neither do we. We’re in it for the long haul, here to support your project from start to finish.

When it comes to rural and urban municipal projects, conventional survey methods can often be tedious. With the benefits of improved safety, compressed schedules, and reduced costs, we use advanced technologies, like laser scanning and mobile mapping systems (MMS), for data capture and asset management. Our Cartography, GIS, and CAD experts can provide a wide range of maps, reports, visualizations, and applications to support your decision-making process and help you design and build with confidence.

Some of our municipal services include:

  • Boundary determination and interpretation
  • Registered land titles plans
  • Real Property Reports and Building Location Certificates
  • Right-of-way surveys
  • Topographic surveys
  • Indigenous land claims and settlements
  • Residential, commercial, and industrial surveys
  • Construction layout
  • Canada Land surveys
  • Building and structure monitoring
  • Subdivisions and condominium/strata
  • Line locating

District of Kitimat Landfill Upgrade

The District of Kitimat is a community of about 8,200 people located on the north coast of British Columbia. It sits at the head of the Douglas Channel and has a long history of industrial development from aluminum in the 1950s, to forestry and methanol and the current LNG export facility currently being built.