We believe civil spaces must be accessible in their design, representative of their communities, and respectful of the public dollar. Few projects are viewed with closer scrutiny. We understand just how important it is to arrive on time and on budget, ensuring accountability and accordance with all policies and procedures required at the local level.
Highway and Road Design
IBI has successfully designed and delivered civil works on major infrastructure and transportation networks all over the world, for both public and private sectors.
Water/Wastewater is another component of the work we do under Municipal Infrastructure. A growing focus on environmental protection can place pressure on municipalities to ensure proper treatment of water and wastewater.
Associate Director | Practice Lead, Planning
Associate | Manager, Design Technology
Associate | Manager, Transportation Engineering
Designing in the public’s best interest
With extensive in-house engineering capabilities to complement our field experts, our role in municipal infrastructure projects include full life-cycle services, from research and planning through to the design and construction of roads, bridges, tunnels, water/sewer mains, and industrial systems. We also lead public consultation efforts to gather valuable community input and support.
Blacklick Creek Greenway Trail & Bridge
Franklin County, OH
The trail winds along 12 miles of Blacklick Creek, from Blacklick Woods Metro Park in Reynoldsburg, to Three Creeks Park. IBI Group designed a one-mile segment of the trail as well as an eight-span pre-fabricated pedestrian bridge over US 33 and Blacklick Creek.
Rebecca Sanitary Trunk Sewer
IBI Group was retained to provide engineering services for the Rebecca Trunk Wastewater Main, which provides an upgrade to Halton’s wastewater network to service future growth and relieves previous constraints along the original trunk sewer.
Highway 406 Expansion
As Project Manager, IBI Group provided the detailed design of the Highway 406 twinning from Port Robinson to East Main Street, including the 11-span bridge over Welland Canal, Merritt Island and Welland River.