The following typical projects indicate the range of services provided:
Design of culverts, small bridge improvements, stream diversions and enhancements for several watercourses on the road network in the Range and Training Area of Canadian Forces Base Gagetown.
Preparation of Long Term Master Plans for Bicycle and Hiking Trail Development in the Towns of Quispamsis and Rothesay.
Traffic studies for the Town of St. Andrews.
Analysis and Recommendations regarding proposed signing changes on the New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island (Confederation) Bridge.
Evaluation of Tourism and Agricultural impacts of proposed revisions to the P.E.I. Confederation Bridge Toll Sctructure.
Strategy on the Future Direction for the location and construction of Heavy Vehicle Enforcement/Inspection Facilities throughout the Province of New Brunswick.
Transportation / Distribution / Logostics study for Atlantic Yarns Inc. manufacturing plants in Atholville and Pokemouche, NB.
Preparation of Tentative Subdivision Plans for two Developers in the St. Martins Area.
Precise Monitoring Surveys for Settlement of the wetland Abutments for the major Route # 2 Bridges over the Saint John and Jemseg Rivers.
Detailed hydrographic surveys to monitor scour at the abutments and piers of four major bridges on the Fredericton to Moncton Highway (Saint John River, Jemseg River, Canaan River and Swan Creek Lake).
Independent Review and Expert Testimony relating to Two claims before the Arbitration Panel regarding Owner / Contractor dispute resolution for the Fredericton to Moncton Highway Project.
Fundy Trail Parkway preliminary planning and Environmental Impact Assessment.
Detailed design and construction of Phase I (13 km) of the Fundy Trail Parkway including the parkway road network, layby/lookout facilities, parking lots and access roads, observation facilities and interconnecting trail networks. This project included an on-going advisory construction services role for the 13.0 kilometres of Parkway and associated facilities currently operating during the summer tourist season. Mr. Fiander also was Project Manager for various non-roadway aspects for Phase I of the Fundy Trail Parkway development including design and construction for: a campground, the Parkway maintenance facility and the primary Interpretive Centre building at Big Salmon River.
Control surveys, centerline layout and preliminary design for Phase II (20 km) of the Fundy Trail Parkway.
Detailed Engineering Surveys and Design for a major portion of the 20 km roadway and lookout facilities forming the core of Phase II of the Fundy Trail Parkway.
Management and design for 28 km of the 4-lane toll highway project for Highway 104 bypassing the Wentworth Valley in Nova Scotia.
Survey management for 100km of the Fredericton to Moncton 4-lane Highway.
Design for the 7km arterial highway for the NB approach to the P.E.I. Confederation Bridge.
Design supervision and direct design input for numerous highway projects for the New Brunswick Department of Transportation. This work spanning the past 25 years includes numerous projects totalling in excess of $350 Million worth of highway construction. Although most of this work related to arterial highway construction (including 4-lane and 2-lane facilities and associated interchanges), designs for upgrading of existing roads have also been done. Some recent projects done by A. D. Fiander Associates Ltd. for the NBDOT in the survey and design category include:
Similar survey and detailed design projects for the Maritime Road Development Corporation for the Fredericton to Moncton Highway Project include:
Designs of approximately 32km of mainlanes as well as three interchanges, four side roads and eight access roads between Woodstock and the Big Presque Isle Stream for Brun-Way Construction Inc., the successful consortium awarded the contract to design, build, operate, maintain and rehabilitate 275 kilometres of Route # 2 Trans Canada Highway between Edmunston and Longs Creek, as well as Route # 95.
Master plans for the seven New Brunswick Public Harbours operated by the Ports and Harbours Directorate of the Canadian Coast Guard.
Feasibility Study for the $2 Billion (1,800 km) Trans Labrador Highway (including corridor location for about one-third of this project between Goose Bay and the Strait of Belle Isle and preliminary environmental assessment for the entire length of the project).
Senior Engineering Analysis and Project Management (including report preparation) for the following component Reports on the Environmental Impact Assessment for the Trans-Canada Highway from Fredericton to Moncton (1995):
This work included participation in Public Information Sessions and a key role in the formal Public Hearings near the completion of the EIA process.
Precise Monitoring Surveys for the retaining walls at 12 concrete arch locations along the Fredericton to Monton Highway for Maritime Road Development Corporation - Operations Corporation.