The City of Fredericton
Fredericton, New Brunswick

HILCON completed the consulting engineering services for this project over two years, in two, approximately 240m in length, phases. The work involved decommissioning of the existing storm sewer (removal and filling), and installation of a new 375mm diameter storm sewer. The storm sewer stretched from Charlotte Street, 470m through downtown Fredericton, to the outfall into the Saint John River. This project included installation of several storm manholes, a flap gate to prevent backwater from the Saint John River and all associated asphalt, curb, sidewalk and green space restorations.

HILCON completed the engineering survey, prepared the design and tender package for the City, and managed the construction, including site inspection, progress claims and project close-out.

The City of Fredericton
Fredericton, New Brunswick

The Parklyn Court Infrastructure Renewal involved upgrading the water, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer as well as the associated service laterals and appurtenances. HILCON also repaired and replaced 150m of roadway, curb, and gutter on the Parklyn Court site. This project also required the use of a temporary water supply.

HILCON completed the engineering survey, prepared the design and tender package for the City, and managed the construction including site inspection, progress claims and project close-out.

St. Marys, New Brunswick

HILCON was engaged to design the new Austin-Hall Estates subdivision, connecting Killarney Road to Copperhill Lane. The subdivision, which contains 22 residential building lots, required roadway design according to provincial standards, the design of two cross culverts, hydraulic improvements to an existing culvert under Killarney Road and the design of a storm water attenuation feature.

The design packages submitted, by HILCON to regulatory agencies included construction plans and a drainage report. The construction plans, included roadway alignment, layout data for the contractor, drainage plan, and cross sections. The drainage report included details on the hydraulic design of the culverts, with all the relevant computer modelling results for the stormwater management (attenuation pond).

Provincial regulations to mitigate increases in stormwater runoff are very stringent and an essential component of the design of all new subdivisions. Communication with regulatory authorities is an important part of the approval process and HILCON worked with both the developer and the authorities to expedite the approval