-Private residential houses (timber, concrete, steel)
-Institutional, and commercial (timber, concrete, steel)
-Different types of retaining walls, and
-Septic system design and responsible of taking approval
-Maintenance inspections of structures with stamping
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SUBDIVISION DESIGN SERVICES / PLANS
SEPTIC SYSTEM DESIGN
HOUSE AND BUILDING STRUCTURAL DESIGN
EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL DESIGN - Best Management Practices (BMP)
During erosion, soil particles are detached from the ground surface by the forces of wind, water, ice, and gravity. There are different types of erosion associated with flowing water and blowing wind. Among these types, to name a few are: saltation erosion, shoreline erosion, snow melt erosion, splash or rain drop impact erosion, etc.
Sediment is sand, silt, clay, or gravel that is detached from the ground surface during erosion and transported by wind and water. Sedimentation occurs when water picks up sediment and transports it down gradient. Sediment is deposited when the water slows. The amount of sediment that can be carried is dependent on the velocity and volume of water. Sedimentation can also occur through wind. Windblown particles are deposited as wind speed slows.
Erosion and sedimentation are natural processes that help to shape rivers and valleys. However, land-disturbing activities, such as construction, can speed up this process. Construction activities can compact soil and increase paving and other impermeable surfaces, preventing rain and snowmelt from entering the soil. This can increase the quantity and velocity of storm water runoff, which then increases the potential for additional erosion. Construction activities can also temporarily increase the risk of erosion by removing vegetation that holds the soil in place. Sediment is transported in storm water runoff, which may eventually make its way to a waterway or a storm sewer system which discharges into a waterway. During a short period of time, construction activities can contribute more sediment to waterways than is naturally deposited over several decades.
Suspended sediment in storm water runoff is a leading cause of water quality impairment in Montana. Excess suspended sediment can degrade the quality of aquatic habitat by increasing water temperatures and decreasing habitat quality for cold water species like trout. When sediment settles on the bottom of water bodies, it harms fish spawning habitats. Excess sediment can fill rivers, lakes, and water storage facilities, and clog catch basins and storm drains, causing flooding and resulting in higher maintenance costs. In addition, sediments can transport other pollutants that can be toxic or harmful to humans and aquatic or other wildlife.
Water Pollution Control Strategies
Erosion control practices protect the soil surface against erosion mechanisms such as wind and water using soil stabilization BMP's. The goal of erosion control is to keep the soil in its original location.
Sediment control practices trap soil particles after they have been dislodged and prevent or minimize their movement off site through storm water discharge.
Sediment control BMP's are generally not as effective as erosion control BMP's and are typically considered secondary practices installed after all opportunities for erosion control have been implemented.
Erosion control practices are preferred over sediment control practices because they are a preventative measure focusing on the cause of sedimentation.
CPR Dam construction (including tunnels, retaining walls and fish way), East water feeder line (600mm HDPE), Different Residential and Commercial subdivisions (storm pond, storm, sanitary, and water distribution system), Civic centre plaza (storm pond, storm, sanitary, and water distribution system)
Different residential and commercial subdivisions (storm pond, storm, sanitary, and water distribution system), water reservoir, Lift stations, Sanitary sewer trunk lines, Regional Water Line, Rainbow road and Merganser Dr., East and West Chestermere Dr. widening. Our completed projects included the following:
HWY 11 service road widening, Residential/Industrial subdivisions, NS River park road, and Spay park services
PROJECTS: Toronto, Ontario
• Oshawa recreation Centre
• Victoria Park Substation
• Finch Avenue extension
• Revlon Industrial Buildings
• Ajax public school
Mengkabau Water Treatment Plant, Pintu Malim Sewerage treatment plant, Tutong Petroleum Building Project, Oil refinery – Seria, and Bukit Barun Sub Station, 18 storied petroleum building.
Ghorasal Power station (Unit -5) - Pump house, Boiler house, Turbine house, Foundation of Turbo Generator, Discharge Channel with outfall structure, Bank protection, pre-cast piling, Cast-in-situ piling, Rural Electrification Board complex, 12-storied BADC building, Urea fertilizer projects (Residential, and commercial buildings)
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