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Sustainable urban infrastructures

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Urban development puts great pressure on the environment. Urban agglomerations are part of this development, which requires the creation of infrastructures that harmonize with the environment but above all respect it. Take the case of drainage plans: in Quebec, rain and sleet are part of the setting of the buildings which they wrap in their seasonal coat. On average, , precipitation generally totals around 1,000 millimeters annually and snow is omnipresent during the winter months (Source: Ministry of the Environment and the Fight against Climate Change). Monumental volumes of rainwater fall all over the territory. The water runs off the parking lots and the roads. It is therefore with good reason that the management and flow of rainwater or wastewater is a major societal problem and an issue for environmentally responsible society. ProspecPlus is committed to being part of the solution by taking these parameters into account during our urban designs.

Calling on our experts therefore means providing you with an integrated solution that takes into account the increasing rate of human activities, aging facilities and related environmental issues.

WHAT WE PROVIDE

Each request relating to a sustainable infrastructure begins with a discussion between you and one of our structural engineers. The goal is to understand your project, your priorities and consult any documentation of the existing building if necessary. Field visits will also be planned to gain a full understanding of your project and provide you with the best solutions guaranteed by an engineer who is a member of the Order of Engineers of Quebec (OIQ).

Our team of engineers are attentive to your projects relating to:

Our solutions include:

Supporting your project from A to Z, ProspecPlus is the Total Solution for your building !

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MILLIMETERS

Average precipitation for the city of Montreal with the lowest precipitation in February and the highest in October.

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CENTIMETERS

Snow accumulated in annual averages in Lac-Jacques-Cartier, Quebec region over the past 30 years and recorded by Environment Canada. This is the highest accumulation of snow on the Belle Province. For comparison, the city of Longueuil records 221 cm.

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BILLION OF $

Amount of investments by the Government of Quebec between 2020 and 2022 to provide road users with “safe, efficient and sustainable infrastructure”.

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