TULLOCH Engineering is excited to announce that we have expanded into Western Canada and are now ideally positioned to partner with our clients no matter where in Canada their projects may be located. Our partnerships succeed not only because we offer technically superior solutions that assist our clients in meeting their project objectives, but also…
TULLOCH Engineering is pleased to announce the opening of its new office in downtown Toronto’s vibrant Liberty Village neighbourhood. Our partnerships succeed not only because we offer technically superior solutions that assist our clients in meeting their project objectives, but also because the TULLOCH team is passionate about delivering exceptional, integrated and responsive client service.…
TULLOCH performed annual dam safety inspections of 66 dams and water management facilities at 12 mine sites across the Sudbury Basin, including closed mine tailings dams and concrete control structures. Our services included site inspection of the various structures, review of the existing instrumentation systems and historical studies and preparation of dam safety inspection reports.
TULLOCH performed a dam safety review for the 244 m high Mica Dam, the tallest dam in Canada. Our services included site inspection and engineering assessment of the dam and appurtenant structures, evaluation of the existing instrumentation systems, review of historical design and dam safety studies, and action plan recommendations.
TULLOCH is the Geotechnical Engineer of Record for the 1.2 km long bridge, the first infrastructure project in Canada to be delivered using an Integrated Project Delivery model. Our expertise and services provided to the design-build team includes on and off-shore site investigations, foundation design, embankments, retaining walls and causeways, instrumentation and seismic site response analysis.
Acting as the Owner’s Engineer, TULLOCH was responsible for the delivery of surveying services, geotechnical and civil design components of a 100 MW wind farm. Our services included substation and collector system design, hydrogeologic study, traffic studies, road condition survey and road design, and foundation design.
TULLOCH provided civil and structural engineering services throughout the planning, design and construction of the replacement aqueduct, which is a key component of the City of Sault Ste. Marie’s drainage infrastructure.
As part of the Design-Build team, TULLOCH provided preliminary civil design, stormwater management analysis and foundation design for the construction of a 54 MW solar farm.
Tulloch designed and implemented an in situ and contactless monitoring program that allowed vertical and horizontal monitoring of a 170 m tunnel under 21 lanes of traffic. Real-time monitoring data was provided to the Client.