Underground utilities — including natural gas, water and sewer lines, electrical conduits, and communication lines — lie hidden beneath our streets, sidewalks, and even the lawns of our homes. If contractors or homeowners accidentally contact these utilities while digging, the consequences can be costly and dangerous.View All
Congratulations to our client, the Lower Nicola Indian Band, for winning the BC Aboriginal Business Award for Joint Venture Business of the Year with LNB Construction Inc.View All
McElhanney is honoured to have received the 2013 David Thompson National Geomatics Award in the category of Contribution to Society, and to have been shortlisted in the category of Unusual Applications in Geomatics.View All
McElhanney's Indonesia branch has acquired LiDAR data and digital aerial photography to assist archaeologists working in the Angkor region of Cambodia. Preliminary results point to important new discoveries and spectacular insights into the former Khmer civilization.View All
Vancouver is truly a beautiful place to live. Vancouver, also known as the "Gateway to the Pacific Rim", regularly ranks as one of the best cities to visit and to live in the world. To celebrate the City and it’s beauty, McElhanney designed an aerial view poster of Vancouver.
At the 23rd Annual Awards for Engineering Excellence Gala, McElhanney was recognized for their unique and innovative mobile mapping technology used to map the South Fraser Perimeter Road project.View All