Easily installed and economical, short-span bridges up to 25 metres are constructed from various CSP shapes and sizes.
In The Trenches
Alberta Flooding: Local Knowledge and Intelligent Design of Culvert Structures Yield Improved Efficiency and Durability
In late June of this year, record flooding in Alberta washed out the Trans-Canada Highway where it crossed Cougar Creek, in Canmore.
In 1990, the Brenda Mine was abruptly closed as a result of seriously depleted ore deposits, as well as grave geological concerns about the incurrence of further damage to the mountain strata. Site reclamation activities had already commenced in 1988, and included contouring and terracing of rock piles, aerial seeding and fertilization, as well as irrigation of newly planted areas.
The Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code (CHBDC) is Canada’s design standard document for designing bridge structures with spans exceeding three metres.
Fish “Ladders” and Other Creative/Technical Innovations Keep CSP On the Leading-Edge of Water/Soil Management Solutions
Executive Director, Dave Penny, was one of four “innovator” presenters, vying to convince a panel of soil/water industry experts to award a hypothetical $100 thousand budget to fund their proposed new – and real – technical innovation.