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A ground breaking ceremony for the new London-Middlesex Emergency Medical Services building was recently attended by John Vallee of G. Douglas Vallee Limited.  The Vallee Group is Prime Consultant for this new 2500 sq ft standard two bay EMS station that is being built in response to the needs of the County’s growing population.  The design of the structure will include the ability to expand to a 4 bay 4000 sq ft facility.  The new EMS station is being constructed in Dorchester, Ontario.



Starting October 10. 2017 until May 13, 2018 our office hours are as follows:
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

In Memoriam
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of G. Douglas Vallee, founder of G. DOUGLAS VALLEE LIMITED.  Doug graduated from the Faculty of Applied Science (Civil Engineering) at Queen's University, Kingston in 1959.  In 1964 he established G. DOUGLAS VALLEE LIMITED Consulting Engineers in Simcoe, Ontario.  Over time, Doug became a fully licensed Architect as well and the company then grew to include Architecture.
Doug will be fondly remembered as a gifted mentor and genuinely kind person, respected in all facets of his life.


We are currently looking to add a Civil Engineering Technologist to our team.  for more information please visit our Career Opportunities page.  We look forward to hearing from you!

G. DOUGLAS VALLEE LIMITED is pleased to welcome Architect Melissa Stickl BAS, M. Arch, OAA, MRAIC to the Vallee team of professionals.  Melissa Is a graduate of the Master of Architecture program at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism, Carleton University, Ottawa.

Melissa is an architect with over 10 years’ experience with a prominent architectural firm working on projects throughout Ontario.  She is accomplished in managing and coordinating cultural heritage projects.  Melissa specializes in the restoration and rehabilitation of designated heritage buildings.  In this role, she has been responsible for preparation of building condition assessments, heritage records, heritage conservation plans, and heritage interpretation plans.  Melissa believes in conservation and sustainability, and encourages clients to fully utilize existing structures and architectural features.






John Vallee and Mark Martynowicz of G. Douglas Vallee Limited were pleased to attend the recent groundbreaking ceremony for the new Coldstream Fire Station of Middlesex Centre Fire Services.  The Vallee Group is proud to be the Architect and Prime Consultant for what is believed to be Canada's First Net Zero and Carbon Neutral Fire Station. This progressive and sustainable building is located on Ilderton Road in the hamlet of Coldstream.
The Structural team at G. Douglas Vallee Limited is pleased to be selected as the Engineering Consultant for Brant County's OSIM Inspection Services.  The Vallee Group will provide the County with structural inspection services for a four year term, which will include over 180 structures!

The team at G. Douglas Vallee Limited congratulates Bob Hunter on the official launch of The Flats of Black Creek. This 39 unit freehold condominium complex is located along the banks of the beautiful Black Creek in Port Dover. The Vallee Group is pleased to be extensively involved in the development process of these condominiums.

 Representatives of G. Douglas Vallee Limited recently
attended the Opening Ceremony of Hambleton Hall in
Simcoe, Ontario.  The former St. John's United Church
Sunday School and ministry building has been
transformed into supported, affordable apartments by
Indwell, a Christian Charity, in response to the need
for attainable housing in Haldimand/Norfolk County.
The Vallee Group's Planning, Structural and Civil
Engineering Departments participated in the
development of this caring, community minded project.


G. Douglas Vallee Limited congratulates our client, Middlesex Centre, on receiving funding approval for their new fire station from the Green Municipal Fund.  The funding announcement states in part that:
Application, 'GMF 15103 Proposed Construction of 9,900sq/ft Net Zero Energy (NZE) Carbon Neutral Fire Hall in Coldstream, ON' was approved for a loan up to a maximum of $2,621,500 and a grant of up to 15% of the loan amount, to a maximum of $393,200!
Peer reviewers commented that there is an excellent consulting team along with a senior interdepartmental municipal team in place to  monitor and guide the project.  They noted that the project will be an excellent example of net zero energy building for other communities locally through a sustainability alliance and also at a national level for other communities.  This initiative will also, in the long term, contribute towards the Ontario Long Term Energy Plan regarding conservation demand management.  Finally, they said that the project is well linked with existing plans, policies and programs and showed solid support from the Municipality's Council.  The project will also demonstrate that net-zero buildings are possible in the commercial sector with minor incremental cost.
Once again, congratulations to Middlesex Centre!  

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