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).
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).
XCG completed an updated Phase One Environmental Site Assessment of this former federally-owned waterfront property in Kingston. The property had been used in the past for a variety of industrial activities including a dry dock, a shipyard, a military reserve with an artillery battery, workshops, a marine railway yard, a foundry, and a sawmill.
In 2008, XCG was retained by the City of Red Deer to prepare a Storm Water Management Plan for the Waste Management Facility (WMF). XCG also conducted the detailed design, specifications, tender documents, and construction inspection for the storm water pond for Phase 1 of the WMF landfill.
In 2008, XCG was retained by the City of Red Deer to complete annual monitoring for the Waste Management Facility (WMF). The WMF includes a Class II landfill, a leaf and yard waste composting area, a public drop-off facility, and a household hazardous waste facility. Also situated on the WMF property are a snow storage area, an aggregate storage pad, stockpile areas, maintenance building, scale house, and an office and interpretive centre. In addition, a portion of the property is used for agriculture.
XCG completed an updated Design, Operations and Closure Plan for the Sicamous Landfill. The plan was updated to meet the current Landfill Criteria and includes a detailed landfill filling plan, surface water management infrastructure, access roads, landfill gas assessment, soil management plan, and a closure plan (including final contours and cover design and post closure plan).
XCG currently provides Comprehensive Engineering Consulting Services for the Sechelt Landfill.
XCG was retained by the Regional District of North Okanagan to provide engineering services for the development of a landfill development plan and Landfill Gas Management System at the Greater Vernon Recycling and Disposal Facility. Prior to undertaking detailed design of the Landfill Gas Management System, a fill plan was developed in order to facilitate the installation of the well field by focussing on optimizing airspace consumption and progressive closure of the site.
XCG was retained by Matrix NAC to provide a Site Specific Environmental Management Plan (Environment, Traffic, Ecological, Archaeological) for the Napanee Generating Station (NGS).
XCG developed the Closure Plan for the Valemount Regional Landfill.