Kitchener Culvert Engineering
Have you ever been to Medina, New York? There’s a place there called Culvert Road, where visitors can actually drive underneath the canal. It was built in 1823, and today remains the only place on the entire canal system that allows visitors to freely pass under the canal.
As far as we know, there’s nothing like this along the Grand River—we have a lot of bridges, sure, but no underground culverts—but that hasn’t stopped G. Douglas Vallee Limited from becoming a leader in structural engineering in Kitchener! Culvert engineering is an area of our expertise, and our familiarity with the local environment and landscape gives us an edge over our competitors.
Getting the needed culverts in place, and building them to be stable and enduring, requires the use of excellent planning, design, and the right materials. The G. Douglas Vallee Limited team has over 300 combined man-years of experience—we know what it takes to build a culvert that will reduce costly erosion and potential structural damage.
If you’re in the market for Kitchener culvert engineering, give us a call! We may not have built any underground drive-through culverts, but we understand the importance of culverts that protect the health and wildlife of the Grand River’s streams and habitats.