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Geotechnical Engineering is a branch of Civil Engineering that deals with the characteristics and behavior of Earth materials. The word ‘Geo’ means Earth which itself explains the formation of the term ‘Geotech’ which can be also stated as Earth Science....
  Generally Safe Work Practices (SWP) are written procedures that outlines how to perform a task with none or minimum risk to people, equipment, materials, environment and processes. But when it comes to driving, the procedures need to be strictly...
  Flooding due to heavy rainfall, melting of snow, or surface runoff can a big issue for all kinds of properties. Since private property is the responsibility of the owner, City of Edmonton encourages all homeowners to take preventive measures...
Concrete works for new houses is usually done by the builders prior to selling house to the homeowner. On the other hand, it is quite intimidating for existing house owners to construct/ renovate old garage pad, driveway and walkway. Selecting...
As per Alberta Land Surveyors’ Association, Real Property Report (RPR) can be defined as a legal document in the form of plan that clearly illustrates the various physical features of the property and the location of significant visible improvements relative...
Lot Grading can be considered as one of the very important components of construction. The main purpose of lot grading is to ensure better drainage around the properties so that the owners of these surrounding properties are all benefitted from...
What is Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA)? Traffic Impact Assessment is a report that is prepared to better understand, assess and mitigate any identified traffic and transportation issues associated with the proposed development. How is Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA) Conducted? For...
Construction monitoring under the supervision of an engineer is typically required in commercial and industrial building projects. The residential home builders generally do not retain an engineer for construction of residential houses unless the engineer or builder feels the necessity...
Tenant improvement commonly refers to the interior changes made within the commercial or industrial property but not the changes made on base building. Tenant improvement can be carried out by the owner or tenant; however, the tenant must pay out...
What is Infill Development? Most neighborhoods, both older and newer, within city limits have significant number of vacant lands or older structures. Infill development is the process of developing vacant land or land with older structure within existing urban areas...
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