The Canadian Underground Infrastructure Innovation Centre would like to welcome BGC Engineering as a CUIIC Member. BGC Engineering is an international consulting firm that provides professional services in applied earth sciences in five main sectors: Mining, Pipelines, Transportation, Communities, and Energy. With over 700 professional engineers, geoscientists, technicians, and support staff, they provide a full range of investigation, design, and construction review services in the applied earth sciences.
About BGC Engineering:
We currently operate from more than 16 offices across North and South America, Australia, and the Caribbean. As a complement to our consulting services, BGC also operates a state-of-the-art soil and rock testing laboratory, offering a range of advanced geotechnical testing services to our clients.
BGC is a private, employee-owned company, with a flat management structure. Although we are spread across offices, we work together as one team, coordinating our staff and integrating our technical disciplines. This approach gives our clients access to all BGC’s resources and allows us to assemble the best team for each and every project, regardless of the project location. We are committed to one-to-one communication between our staff and our clients, to understanding our client’s needs and goals, and to service their projects with high-quality work delivered on time.
To learn more about BGC please visit www.bgcengineering.ca.
The Canadian Underground Infrastructure Innovation Centre (CUIIC) was established in 2022. CUIIC is a cross-Canada initiative located at the University of Alberta. We have partners at the University of Waterloo and members across Canada. CUIIC focuses on providing stakeholders with opportunities to collaborate on research and training opportunities in underground infrastructure. Together, we foster innovation to provide cost-effective, sustainable solutions to the challenges involved in building, assessing, and rehabilitating underground infrastructure.
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Alberta