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.
With a site including both a floodplain and a creek, the success of this development was contingent on the results of McElhanney’s engagement.
McElhanney performed survey layout, survey as-built, private utility locates, and drone flights prior to demolition.
McElhanney completed work on the Hinton Disc Golf course at a reduced cost, in support of the Hinton Disc Golf Association.