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​Oakville’s Wastewater System is Getting a Modern Makeover

Published September 15, 2015 in Projects

Oakville is taking some serious steps to revitalize the city’s water systems in the wake of the increasingly frequent local floods...

Project Update: Vaughan Metropolitan Centre

Published June 16, 2015 in Projects

We are excited to announce that Cole Engineering, in partnership with Diamond and Schmitt Architects has been awarded the design phase of the new York Regional Transit Bus Terminal, to be built at the corner of Millway and Portage in the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre.

York Region Retains Cole Engineering to Reduce Roadside Crash Risks

Published April 03, 2015 by Noris Bot in Projects

When we think about crash risk in road use, we generally think about collisions between road users, ether as vehicle occupants or as cyclists and pedestrians. Collision statistics however, suggest we must think more broadly.

Peterborough's Flood Reduction Strategy

Published April 02, 2015 in Projects

On July 15, 2004 a severe rainfall event occurred in the City of Peterborough which resulted in a record 175 mm of rainfall, including 78 mm within an hour...

Supporting Metrolinx to improve the Barrie Corridor

Published January 06, 2015 in Projects

The Barrie Corridor has been identified as one of the fastest growing Rail Corridors in the GO Transit system. The Barrie GO Train serves 7,500 passengers per day

OPWA Project of the Year

Published February 07, 2014 in Projects

The Ontario Public Works Association (OPWA) recently announced that The City of Hamilton’s ‘Enhancement of Windermere Basin’ has been named the 2013 Public Works Project of the Year in the Environment $10 Million to $50 Million Category.

Canada's Largest Man-made Coastal Wetland

Published April 30, 2013 in Projects

The Hamilton/Halton Engineering Week committee has selected the City of Hamilton, Cole Engineering, and Metric Contracting team as the recipients of the 2012 Environmental Engineering Project of the Year for The Enhancement of Windermere Basin.