The Nisga’a Village of Gitwinksihlkw was ready for a Trail Master Plan and Detailed Design for their Saasak Hills Trail and River Walk.
McElhanney used innovative mobile laser scanning to complete the Valleyview Airport runway study, resulting in cost savings for the Town.
RVC needed someone to guide their efforts as they developed Fredericton’s Woolastook Mountain Bike Trails into a premier riding destination.
By expanding its summer operations to include a mountain coaster, Cypress Mountain aimed to further secure its reputation as a summer destination.
Because of the Watson Island Redevelopment Project, the Prince Rupert community has witnessed a new beginning for the site of a former pulp mill.
This free, outdoor, public skating rink in downtown Penticton would add vibrancy to the community. Could McElhanney be involved?
McElhanney’s province-wide presence and knowledge of local requirements offered a blend of expertise and familiarity that supported project success.
This multi-family housing would fill the gap between high-density townhomes and expensive single-family homes, but there was a time-sensitive challenge.
McElhanney’s familiarity with the Ministry of Forest’s approval requirements translated to a streamlined reporting process.
McElhanney contributed to the protection of at-risk ecosystems and species, while allowing a new housing development to move forward.