A growing focus on environmental protection can place pressure on municipalities to ensure proper treatment of water and wastewater. With an integrated and sustainable approach, our team delivers cost-effective, beneficial solutions and results that you and the public can rely on.
Our regulatory compliance is a given, but we believe reliability of a plant begins with proper design. We provide full life-cycle services for water/wastewater facilities including planning, design, and construction management.
Water/Wastewater is only one component of the work we do under municipal infrastructure. Our municipal projects include roads, bridges, tunnels, pipelines, and other heavy civil systems.
Water resources management
IBI Group also develops strategies for water resources and stormwater management.
Innovation in water and wastewater education
We offer expertise from trainers who have in-depth knowledge of Ontario’s drinking water regulations, operations of municipal and First Nations water and wastewater facilities, and significant experience in operator training.
Associate | Manager, Water/Wastewater
Associate Director | Practice Lead, Managed Services
Associate | Manager, Land Engineering
Director | Office Lead
Our water supply network
Our engineers, hydrologists, technologists, and technicians are ready to support your water/wastewater facilities. Whether it’s an expansion, asset condition analysis, or an improvement to your plant process, we’ve got you covered.
City of Toronto Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant Physical Space Roadmap
IBI Group was retained by Toronto Water to develop and complete a master plan of physical space for the next 20 years, focusing on the needs of Toronto Ashbridges Bay and City staff, and other vendors and contractors.
East Trunk Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation
IBI Group delivered a conceptual design, complete with drawings and cost estimates, enabling the Region of Peel to move into the detailed design and construction phase.
Lake Hope Wastewater Treatment Plant
IBI Group worked with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources on a cost-effective solution to replace three existing wastewater treatment plants with one new facility and a sewer force main under Lake Hope.