XCG has completed a wide range of environmental engineering projects for a diverse group of clients across North America. 

Monitoring, Reporting, and Assessments

XCG was retained by the City of Red Deer to undertake the annual environmental monitoring programs for both the Waste Management Facility and the 1972 Landfill for the years of 2008 to 2017.

Environmental Monitoring, Reporting, and Training

XCG was retained by the Regional District of North Okanagan in 2009 to develop a Hydrogeological Performance Assessment and Design and Operations Plan for the Armstrong Spallumcheen Recycling and Disposal Facility. As a component of this work, XCG developed an Environmental Monitoring Program for the site, which included groundwater, surface water, and landfill gas sampling. This Environmental Monitoring Program was updated in 2012.

Phase I/II Lateral Expansion, Harmac Pulp and Paper Mill Landfill

The Harmac Pulp and Paper Mill Landfill is owned and operated by Harmac Pacific, A Division of Nanaimo Forest Products. The site includes a pulp and paper mill, pulp and paper waste landfill, and operational infrastructure. The landfill accepts the solid waste produced by the pulp and paper mill processes.

Landfill Closure Design Brief & Approval of Evapotranspiration Final Cover System

The Cherryville Recycling and Disposal Facility is located within the Regional District of North Okanagan. XCG prepared the landfill closure design brief, including final contours, evapotranspiration cover, soil balance, erosion and sediment control, surface water management, leachate management, landfill gas management, end use, and environmental monitoring program.

North Berm Lateral Expansion – Nanaimo Regional Landfill

XCG was retained by the Regional District of Nanaimo to undertake the detailed design of the North Berm Lateral Expansion at the Nanaimo Regional Landfill.

Risk Assessment for Residential/Commercial Mixed Use Centre Suites on 3rd Ave.

When redevelopment plans for a former three-storey printing plant building identified the need for a Record of Site Condition (RSC), XCG was called upon to complete the required assessment activities leading up to the RSC. The property was originally developed in 1922 as a major printing factory. When the printing operation moved to a new facility circa 1972, an office conversion occurred in the mid-1970s.

Oshawa Harbour Risk Assessment (2017), City of Oshawa

In the period between 2014 and 2017, XCG was retained by the City of Oshawa to obtain a Record of Site Condition (RSC) for the former Marina Lands and West Wharf Lands located at the southeast corner of Harbour Road and Simcoe Street South (subject site). This former industrial/commercial site is intended to be converted to parkland and therefore triggers the requirement for a RSC.

Landfill Gas System Main Header Extension and Perimeter Road

XCG undertook the design and construction project management of a landfill gas well field and perimeter road expansion project. The project included the detail design of the berm, perimeter road (constructed of native pit run gravel excavated from on-site quarry), landfill gas header extension, and condensate knockout.

Delineation and Remediation of Soil and Groundwater Impacts

XCG was retained by Barnes Group Inc. (BGI) to conduct site assessment and remediation activities at a former automotive component manufacturing facility located at 3100 Mainway, Burlington, Ontario.

Groundwater Remediation and RSC Filing

In 2009, XCG Consulting Limited (XCG) was contracted by Ontario School Boards’ Insurance Exchange (OSBIE) and the Durham District School Board (DDSB) to peer review the investigation and remediation activities at the Sunderland Public School (PS) in Sunderland, Ontario.

Phase I and II ESAs, and Indoor Air Quality Sampling at a Multi-Tenant Medical Building

XCG was retained to complete a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) to secure financing for a multi-tenant medical building in the Edmonton, Alberta (subject property or site).

Due Diligence to Obtain Record of Site Condition

In July 2016, XCG was retained by The Tricar Group to conduct due diligence activities to support the purchase of the commercial properties identified as 32, 36, and 40 York Street in London, Ontario (subject site) and future submission of a Record of Site Condition (RSC).