Taking a lifecycle view

Population growth and rapid urbanization are placing pressure on the maintenance of existing infrastructure, while aging assets and underinvestment call for a renewed focus on the construction of new infrastructure. At the same time, the scale, duration, and complexity of infrastructure projects are growing, as are expectations for value and control. In this landscape, the need for cities and governments to find new paths to value is more than just good business: it’s about driving sustainable and inclusive growth that builds communities, drives economies, and changes lives. From utilities, pipelines, roads, electric grids, and rail systems, decision-makers need a partner who can help them minimize disruption, de-risk execution, chart a clear path forward.

Maximizing the returns and outcomes throughout the lifecycle of an asset requires an established and experienced team of professionals with a reputation for service excellence, analytical rigour, and absolute discretion. Having worked on some of the largest and most complex infrastructure projects in Canada and beyond, we take a pragmatic, hands-on approach to provide clients with end-to-end solutions to the challenges facing them today, as well as the strategic vision to address those yet to come. Our infrastructure renewal team works with highly experienced sector specialists to bring together world-class best practices and in-depth knowledge of local markets and a wide range of infrastructure asset types. Across economy, mobility, security, education, living, and environment, we can help you maximize returns on your most critical assets as we speed into the future.

What RVA can do for you

  • Alternative service delivery
  • Climate change mitigation and adaptation
  • Erosion control and naturalized channels
  • Federal and provincial funding programs
  • Infrastructure and facilities management
  • Master planning
  • Multi-year program management for road reconstruction and resurfacing
  • Multi-year program management for watermain and sewer replacements
  • Municipal management and advisory
  • Storm, sanitary sewers, and forcemains  
  • Storm sewer outfalls, culverts, and headwalls  
  • Stormwater quality control
  • Traffic management plans
  • Trenchless technology
  • Tunneling
  • Watermains

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