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BIM / QUALITY MANAGER
BIM / QUALITY MANAGER
There’s more to roads than asphalt. The arteries of a city or community form an intricate system of technology and function that requires care and good design from many engineering disciplines. Consider all that lies within a road corridor – pipes in the ground, electrical and communications wires, drainage, culverts, and sidewalks. When civil systems come together well, cities operate efficiently, and people move throughout the community safely. The end-goal of civil systems, beyond the obvious time/cost balance, is predictable, reliable community services that is designed and built in a sustainable way.
The Cadet training camp in Gagetown, New Brunswick, houses as many as 600 cadets in three similar units. This design build project included 2-storey accommodation buildings, with all the surrounding roadwork, fire control, sewage, surface runoff control system, power systems, water systems, pedestrian walkways, underground gas service, vehicular access and egress.
A coastal community of prestigious waterfront properties in Aspotogan, Nova Scotia. EastPoint designed the site and its roadways, underground services, and storm water management, and managed development approval and construction estimating, tendering, and supervision.
Bridgeview Drive, a public residential street in Halifax, required an extension to accommodate a new housing development. EastPoint designed an asphaltic surface, curbs and gutters, stormwater management, sewage, potable water, fire hydrants, underground and above ground power distribution systems, natural gas piping, and street lighting—all incorporating ’complete street‘ methodologies for green features such as trees, landscaping, low-impact stormwater features, walking and bike-oriented streets.
EastPoint designed site plans, stormwater management, grading, roadways, pedestrian pathways, sidewalks, parking areas, and underground services for a $95M casino, theatre, and hotel complex.
CFB Halifax’s seven sites required assessment of all major asphalt and concrete surfaces including parking lots, roadways, and pedestrian pathways. Following this assessment, EastPoint designed the realignment and upgrade of six roadways and parking lots, with improved municipal services, stormwater management, and lighting.
Royal Oaks is a premier, award-winning community of single and multi-family units built around a new golf course in Moncton, New Brunswick. EastPoint designed roadways, storm water management, curbs, gutters, sidewalks and pathways, intersections and traffic lights, and water and sewer service, as well as supervising construction and delivering topographic surveys, cost estimation, and tender support.