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AL-Terra Engineering (Red Deer) Ltd. AL-Terra is a civil engineering consulting firm specializing in Project Management, Infrastructure Rehabilitation, Transportation Engineering, Contract Management, Water Resources Engineering, Municipal Engineering, Land Development Engineering, Contract Management, and Surveying.
AL-Terra has been operating in Central Alberta since 1989 and has grown into an office consisting of eight professional engineers and one professional licensee, employing between 25 and 30 employees during the construction season, and with a permanent staff of 18 employees.
AL-Terra works with clients to plan and supervise a wide range of construction projects from start to finish. AL-Terra strives to organize and oversee construction procedures and ensure they are completed in a timely and efficient manner.
AL-Terra has experience on transportation projects ranging from performing operational analysis on a single intersection, to creating Transportation Master Plans for municipalities.
WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING
AL-Terra provides a range of water resources services including modeling and studies of water distribution, sanitary sewer and stormwater management systems.
LAND DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING
AL-Terra has a wealth of experience in residential, commercial and industrial developments. AL-Terra provides services from the preliminary planning stage to the finished project.
AL-Terra has completed a large variety of infrastructure rehabilitation focusing on roadways and underground utilities.
Clear and effective contract management is key to having any project finish, on time and on budget. Our experienced project managers and field personnel work closely with contractors to deal with any issues that arise during, and if possible, prior to the beginning of construction.
AL-Terra has several successful partnerships providing engineering services to municipalities. Services range from area structure plans and functional planning, to utility modeling and construction management.
AL-Terra prides itself on providing accurate and efficient survey. Services include topographic, stake-out and stockpile survey. AL-Terra is also capable of providing a point cloud survey to provide more detailed information on any site.
Due to increased residential growth in the southeast quadrant of the City, the City of Red Deer
decided that 19th Street, from 30th Avenue to Vermont Avenue should be upgraded to a four lane
divided arterial roadway from a two lane undivided arterial roadway.
Sunnybrook South Residential Subdivision
Sunnybrook South is a large mixed density residential subdivision located in south east of Red
Deer. It contains approximately 319 homes, several parks, a roundabout and a storm water detention
facility with enhanced features. Construction took place over six years.
The development straddles Piper
Creek and several natural features were preserved in this development.
Gasoline Alley Infrastructure Study
As part of a larger overall infrastructure study for Red Deer County, the transportation system in Gasoline Alley was modeled to determine what improvements to the roadways and intersections were necessary at the current date, and as Gasoline Alley grows in the future.
This project was done in conjunction with the Highway 2 overpass project.
Town of Innisfail
61st Avenue in Innisfail was upgraded in 2020 from a gravel roadway to a paved industrial collector road, servicing a dozen local businesses. The entire 650m of the existing roadway was widened, curb and gutter were installed, and asphalt paving was completed on the roadway and the approaches into all businesses that line the road. Drainage improvements were also included in the project to eliminate ponding water along the edge of the roadway.
Town of Innisfail
Water/Sanitary Sewer Calibration
The Existing Water Model for the Town of Innisfail was updated based on Flow Testing performed throughout the Town.
A sanitary sewer model was created to determine the capacity for future development within the town. Current issues with the sanitary sewer system were identified in this study.