G. Douglas Vallee Limited is currently working on the rehabilitation of Dennis Bridge in Walpole, Ontario. This project is in progress with Haldimand County as the client. The rehabilitation is underway, with bridge jacking and bearing replacement already complete! Recently, the rehabilitation of the concrete deck and the deck overlay pour were completed (pictured). Work to be completed includes asphalt laying, barrier installation, expansion joint installation, steel beam painting, and other finishing items. Construction is generally on schedule with an expected completion date this fall.
Congratulations to Andrew for earning his E.I.T. designation!
A ground breaking ceremony for the new London-Middlesex Emergency Medical Services building in Dorchester, Ontario, was recently attended by John Vallee of G. Douglas Vallee Limited. Vallee is the 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 four-bay, 4000-sq.ft facility.
Doug will be fondly remembered as a gifted mentor and genuinely kind person, respected in all facets of his life.
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 Carleton University's Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism in Ottawa.
Melissa is an architect with over 10 years of experience with a prominent architectural firm working on projects throughout Ontario. She is accomplished in managing and coordinating cultural heritage projects and 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.