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Land Development

New development (greenfield), re-development (brownfield), dense high-rises, rural estates, community parks and natural corridors all require diverse engineering services. They also demand complete comprehension of the municipal and provincial protocols, by-laws and policies required to get the project approved and ready to build.  

  • ​Functional Servicing Plans
  • Site Plans and Subdivision Design
  • Detailed Grading and Drainage Plans
  • Design of Water, Sanitary and Drainage Infrastructure
  • Roadway Design
  • Coordination of Planning, Geotechnical, Architectutural and Environmental Services
  • ​Permits and Approvals
  • Due Diligence Analysis and Review - Regulatory Setbacks and Constraint Mapping
  • Environmental Assessment and Public Consultation
  • Construction Administration and Inspection
Urban Drainage

Stormwater management is continually evolving with the advancement of regulatory policies, new technologies in software modelling, infrastructure and climate change.  The design of resilient urban drainage systems is paramount in protecting our communities from flood hazard and maintaining and improving watershed health.

  • Floodplain Analysis, Flood Risk Assessment and Flood Proofing
  • River and Stream Crossing Analysis and Design (Bridges and Culverts)
  • Hydrologic Analysis and Watershed/Subwatershed Management Studies
  • Dam Breach Analysis and Decommissioning
  • Low Impact Development (LID) 
  • Stormwater Facility Analysis and Design and Maintenance
  • Water Balance Analysis and Design
  • Phosphorus Loading Analysis
  • Erosion and Sediment Control Design and Implementation
  • Class Environmental Assessment and Public Consultation
Flood Hazard &
Urban Drainage

Stream resto
Stream Corridor Restoration

Our rivers and streams are dynamic systems. As landscapes evolve, so do rivers and streams. Understanding how river systems function prepares us for the challenges that arise when new or existing developments encounter the intricacies of stream corridors. Specialized services related to preserving, restoring, retrofitting, and creating natural corridors and engineered systems are key to protecting and maintaining our communities.

  • River/Stream Erosion Control
  • Natural Channel Design
  • Environmental Restoration and Enhancement
  • Fish Habitat Analysis and Design
  • Hydraulic Analysis
  • Coordination of Fluvial Geomorphological, Geotechnical and Structural Services
  • Environmental Assessment and Public Consultation
  • Permitting and Approvals
  • Construction Inspection and Contract Administration

As our communities grow, so must our infrastructure. Challenges arise when existing services reach their life cycle, become overburdened, or simply fail. To meet these challenges there needs to be a complete understanding and undertaking of existing conditions and future needs. Any new or retrofit solution requires consideration for public safety, value engineering, time management, improved performance and longevity.

  • Stormsewer and Sanitary System Analysis and Design
  • Stormwater Management Facility Analysis and Design
  • Basement Flood Relief and Pollution Control
  • Combined Sewers Systems Analysis and Review
  • Facilitation of Pipeline Inspection and Condition Assessment
  • Cost Estimation and Value Engineering
  • Advisory Services and Contract Administration
  • Pipeline Rehabilitation - Assessment and Trenchless Lining 
  • Environmental Assessment and Public Consultation
  • Construction Administration and Inspection
  • Permits and Approvals
Municipal Infrastructure

Fish Passage
Peer Review and Training

Greck offers peer review services to regulatory agencies, consulting peers and contractors to ensure deadlines are met and a quality product is achieved. Founded from years of practical experience, training services are available upon request for those interested in strengthening their knowledge of "tried and true" techniques, modern software solutions, and engineering methodologies used in Canada. 

  • Watershed Hydrology and Hydraulics 
  • Municipal Design
  • Erosion and Sediment Control
  • Stormwater Management
  • Channel Erosion Control and Stabilization 
  • Fundamentals of Open Channel Hydraulics 
  • Natural Channel Design
  • Hydraulic Modelling
  • Hydrological Modelling
Peer Review
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