Challenger surveyed numerous landfill disposal facilities across Western Canada using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) to support our client’s volume calculations and annual reporting
Challenger performed a deformation monitoring survey and displacement analysis on the Twin Valley Dam southeast of Calgary.
Challenger supported the construction of the 17 story Drake Condominium Tower in the Connaught neighbourhood of downtown Calgary by providing control surveys and deformation monitoring during construction.
The Shepherd’s Gardens Heritage condominium is a 15 story, 13-unit condominium tower in the Heritage / Century Park area offering independent living services and amenities.
Engineering survey from Mile 80 to Mile 100 (32km in length) along the CN Edson Subdivision to allow for the development of an additional track along the south side of the existing mainline.
Challenger provided construction survey services for the detailed design of grading and trackwork for 10 km of new track.
Situated on the Hangingstone River, Hangingstone Landing is a 139 unit residential development in Fort McMurray. The development included ground floor commercial space and a heated underground parking garage.
Enbridge’s Cheecham Terminal, south of Fort McMurray, needed new tank, pump, and pipeline infrastructure to accommodate increased capacity associated with the Wood Buffalo Extension project. Challenger provided Enbridge with construction survey support.
Challenger has provided local geomatics support for the design of the remediation and the ongoing care and maintenance of this large-scale mine reclamation project.
Challenger Geomatics provided a broad range of survey support for the construction of transmission and distribution lines between Carmacks and Stewart Crossing.
The New Afton copper-gold-silver mine is located approximately 10km from Kamloops in the central interior of BC. Challenger provided survey services in support of a spike in development activities to take the project to production.
The North West Redwater (NWR) Sturgeon Refinery is Alberta’s newest stand-alone refinery. The project is located about 45km northeast of Edmonton and is the first new refinery to be built in more than 30 years.
Challenger provided survey services including topographic surveys, control surveys, deformation monitoring and layouts to support the construction of the Bow Building proposed by Encana in downtown Calgary.
Challenger provided survey and mapping services related to the new construction and later the expansion of an open pit mining operation located 70km north of Fort McMurray in the Athabasca oil sands region.
Challenger provided topographic surveys for the development, planning, quality assurance program, and quality control program for the South Hangar Development of the Edmonton International Airport.
During and immediately after the 2013 Flood, Challenger provided digital aerial survey and mapping support for the City of Calgary. Included data collection for shoreline features along the Elbow River and Bow River water edges.
After the 2013 flood, the town dike, west town dike, NW dikes, golf course dike, and Lineham Canal dike were all constructed to provide protection from future flooding.
Challenger provided survey and mapping support for the exploration and appraisal of the Duvernay resource formation near Fox Creek, Alberta.
Challenger developed a new methodology for automatic identification of infested trees from airborne multi-spectral images and generated a GIS dataset that could be used by researchers.
The Kudz Ze Kayah project is a zinc mine located in the northern Pelly Mountains, 115km south of Ross River in the Yukon. Copper, lead, gold, and silver are also present on the site.
Construction survey support for the construction of a new rail terminal in Bruderheim, Alberta.
Challenger provided survey and mapping support for the exploration of this open pit and heap leach gold mine located approximately 130km south of Dawson.
Challenger provided survey support for the construction of Keyera’s 92km Wapiti multi-pipe right-of-way and various other pipeline projects in the Wapiti and Pipestone areas, near Grande Prairie.
Challenger executes regular bathymetric and topographic surveys along the Mackenzie River crossing near Fort Simpson as well as Great Bear River crossing near Tulita to confirm pipeline integrity as part of Enbridge’s monitoring program.
Operating as one of our majority aboriginal-owned partnership companies, Inukshuk Geomatics Inc., Challenger provided survey support for km 52-138 of the Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway (ITH) project.
The Southeast Stoney Trail Project involved the construction of a six-lane 25km section of expressway from Peigan Trail to Highway 22X.
Challenger provided consulting services for Southern Alberta Aerial Survey Project. The project included digital aerial survey and mapping support for 41 hamlets, air photo acquisition, photogrammetry DEM data collection and maps.
North LRT expansion (Metro Line) including track replacement and reconfiguration for Churchill station and tunnel.
Though the project ultimately did not go forward, Challenger provided survey and mapping support for the exploration and definition of new oil sands resources in the Northern Lights area.
Bathymetric survey of the Mackenzie River Delta at a proposed offshore well site to be drilled atop an ice-pad.
Challenger provided survey and mapping support for the exploration and definition of oil sands resources and also for the staged development of the steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) facility and associated infrastructure.
Lewis is a proposed in situ oil sands development approximately 25km northeast of Fort McMurray. Meadow Creek is a proposed steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) development located 45km south of Fort McMurray
Challenger provided aerial photography and mapping to support route analysis for a proposed transmission line from Wild Rose Wind Farms near Medicine Hat to a substation near Empress Alberta, approximately 120km.
Challenger provided a variety of survey services and support for the construction of a replacement bridge over the Smith River in northern BC as part of the Alaska Highway project.
The pilot project is located approximately one mile southeast of the Fort McMurray Regional Airport. Challenger provided survey and mapping support to define and assess oil sands resources and related infrastructure.
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