Our News
A proposal for a mixed-use building to be built on Queensway West in Simcoe was well-received by Norfolk County councillors after G. Douglas Vallee Limited presented plans on behalf of HFW Holdings Limited at a recent public hearing committee meeting, adding further support to the development. Read the full story from the Brantford Expositor here.
We're proud to announce that Joseph Thomas has earned his Engineering Intern (EIT) designation from Professional Engineers Ontario!

Joseph is an internationally trained graduate with a Bachelor's in Civil Engineering and Master's in Structural Engineering, and has completed several Canadian training programs. He joined our Structural department in April and has been an important and welcomed addition to the Vallee team.

Congratulations, Joseph!
A major housing development has been approved by Norfolk County council, allowing a local developer to proceed with the 256-unit subdivision in Waterford's west end. Read more from the Simcoe Reformer here.
Our very own Director of Structural Engineering, Ryan Elliott, spoke to Rotary Club of Norfolk Sunrise last week in hopes of garnering some support for the future development of the Cst. John Verral Memorial Bridge on Queensway East and our local parks and trail systems. Read more about the presentation here.
After a Smiths Falls heritage building destroyed by fire earlier this month was initially recommended to be demolished, Vallee's Ryan Elliott was called in to provide an inspection and a second opinion. Read more about his findings and the results here.
G. Douglas Vallee Limited proposed a new residential project was presented to Norfolk County councillors on Tuesday on behalf of Verlinda Homes. Silos of Waterford, a 272-unit housing development, has been proposed for the former agricultural depot at West Church and McCool Streets and includes plans for single-family homes, single-storey, studio and one-bedroom units, as well as some accessory dwellings. Read more from the Simcoe Reformer here.
We are honoured to have been awarded the full reconstruction of Ann and East Streets in Delhi by Norfolk County. The design phase is scheduled to be completed this year and construction is scheduled to begin in 2024, including the removal of the railway bridge over East Street. 
More housing is coming to Norfolk County, as plans for a 68-unit subdivision were brought to Council by Vallee. The residential development will  be built at Charles and Washington Streets in Waterford and include a mix of detached, bungalow and townhomes. Read more here, from the Simcoe Reformer.
A new residential development is moving ahead in Simcoe, as Norfolk County councillors approved a zoning amendment and plans for the project at Wednesday's council meeting. The condominium project by Boer Homes Construction will consist of six semi-detached units built at 210 Argyle Street, with construction slated to begin later this year. Read more here, from the Simcoe Reformer.
This holiday season, G. Douglas Vallee Limited decided to give back to the community by supporting local families and donating to the Salvation Army's Christmas Hamper program. This program partners with community-based organizations, service groups, and churches to ensure individuals and families throughout Norfolk County are supplied with the food needed to prepare a festive Christmas meal.

The Salvation Army, which began its work in London, England, in 1865, has grown substantially since its first endeavours and continues to have positive effects within our local community. We thank all of those who are part of this organization and wish all of its members a Merry Christmas and all the best in 2023.
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