Getting from “point A to point B” in difficult geography or urban sprawl is never as easy as it sounds. With over 50 years of experience, RESPEC is well acquainted with this fact and our transportation engineers are prepared to take on the challenge.
We have designed for every land and air-based transportation project you may have. Getting our start in the extreme geography and difficult weather of the arctic and sub-arctic, we excel in project work involving remote airports, roadways, rail systems, and pedestrian zones. We are no strangers to designing brand new airports in wilderness or developing 20-year rural transportation plans for areas encompassing over 200,000 square miles.
The other side of RESPEC’s transportation experience spans the urban environment. Our team is more than proficient in designing for busy, complex traffic corridors requiring utilities relocations, pedestrian route planning, and rail crossings. Major international airport upgrades ranging from tarmac improvements to terminal construction and renovations are well within our capabilities.
Due to RESPEC’s multidiscipline nature, clients have access to the civil engineers and planners of its transportation division with the addition of engineers and surveyors from its facilities, land development, and utilities groups. This internal collaborative approach provides clients with a holistic manner of executing their project, reducing time spent on meetings and communication as well as adding value to the process.
Whether you need an expansion of a busy highway corridor requiring the rerouting of millions of dollars in utility infrastructure or you need a runway built on layers of delicate permafrost miles away from any road system, RESPEC has the background and expertise needed to make your project a success.
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RESPEC utilizes a variety of cutting edge technologies to enhance project delivery and add value to the final product. These tools can give our clients a more holistic view of their project than ever before possible, when compared to traditional methodologies.