The Sabre Jet located on the waterfront in Brockville, Ontairo is a memorial to Royal Canadian Air Force Members and was built in 1968.
The monument requires a new pier to support the Golden Hawk jet. Instead of doing a costly replacement, our team recommended it be reinforced with a Carbon Fibre wrap.
The monument was built in Continue Reading Project Profile: Using Carbon Fibre to Restore Brockville’s Sabre Jet Memorial
What is a Severance (Consent)? A century ago, landowners were free to divide their property—an act called “severing” —in almost any way they wished. Times have changed and severances are now highly regulated and require government approval. The Ontario Planning Act requires that permission (consent) be granted before a parcel of land can be divided… Continue Reading What is Severance Consent?
Andrew Melchers, President of IN Engineering + Surveying was interviewed by Susan McReynolds on CBC Ontario Morning about the reconstruction of the Five Mile Light. Not many engineers get a chance to design a historic lighthouse, listen as Andrew talks about the challenges of the project. Continue Reading CBC Ontario Morning Interview – Reconstruction of the Five Mile Light
Construction has begun for the replica lighthouse on Cole Shoal in Brockville, Ontario. The lighthouse is nicknamed the Five Mile Light since it is five miles from Brockville’s City Hall. In July of 2018 the lighthouse was struck by lighting and burned down. A committee was put together to help fund raise to replace the… Continue Reading Five Mile Lighthouse – Under Construction
The 1863 building on the corner of Market Street and Water Street in Brockville, Ontairo is set to be demolished. The City of Brockville Council has decided that they rather make the property vacant for a future development instead of preserving our built heritage. This is an unfortunate decision and will result in the irreplaceable lost of our community’s defining feature of well preserved historic buildings. Continue Reading 1863 Market Street Building To Be Demolished in Favour of Potential Development