Penticton Team

Penticton: Get to Know the Team

Since opening in 2001, our Penticton team has grown to 19 people. Here’s a glimpse at the work our Penticton branch does and why our employees love calling Penticton home. As our home base in the Okanagan Valley, our Penticton team provides survey, engineering, planning, and environmental services to local clients. From local wineries and…

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McElhanney 6 days of givig

Giving Back for the Holidays – McElhanney Cares

As the holidays approach, McElhanney has been reflecting on some valuable lessons learned from those in our communities. Most importantly, the values in strength, resiliency, and creative adaptation that have allowed us to come through this year together. To celebrate and encourage those who need it most, we decided to give back by donating to…

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McElhanney is now in Kelowna and Vernon

McElhanney expands to Kelowna and Vernon

McElhanney Ltd., is pleased to announce our expansion into Kelowna and Vernon. We look forward to delivering creative technical solutions to our clients based in Kelowna, Vernon, and the Southern Interior of BC as of December 16th, 2020. In the coming months, our new Kelowna and Vernon offices will offer our full suite of services…

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McElhanney wins national transportation award for Plus 15 Network Study in Calgary

  We are excited to reveal McElhanney has been awarded the 2020 Stan Teply Outstanding Technical Project Award. Along with subconsultants Level Playing Field, Dialog, and Entro, McElhanney developed a long-term network plan for the City of Calgary’s Plus 15 – a 16km-long network of climate-controlled, above ground pedestrian corridors and bridges in downtown Calgary, named…

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Malahat Hwy 1 Safety Improvements

Take a tour of Hwy 1 through Goldstream Provincial Park

With the Malahat Corridor Improvement Project, the BC Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure has been improving the safety of Hwy 1 by installing a median barrier and other upgrades. The stretch of highway which runs through Goldstream Provincial Park is challenging to design solutions for, as it is constrained by the river immediately running next to it, and by park lands on both sides.

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