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IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 5ETHANOL BIO REFINERY, VEGREVILLE ABIBI GROUP’SCONTRIBUTIONTO THE RESOURCEINDUSTRYIBI Group is a recognized world leader in providingcomprehensive consulting services, from conceptionto implementation to the resource industry sector. Weunderstand the issues facing our clients, and recognizethat the best value is provided through detailed researchand analysis to select simple options that reduce capitalmaintenance and operating costs and ultimately theimpact on our environment. We specialize in managing theeconomic, community development, strategic planning,energy and infrastructure and industrial developmentdimensions of resource industry projects, and in helpingour clients to understand and meet their social andenvironmental responsibilities, both in the corporateenvironment and on site. We have the capacity to takeprojects from the earliest stages of strategic planning & riskassessment and planning through to implementation andevaluation. Our services span beyond:• Strategic Planning and Risk Assessment• Pre-feasibility, Planning and Environmental Assessments• Town and Master Planning• Housing, Institutional and Community Facilities• Municipal Planning and Approvals• Land Acquisition and Resettlement• Influx Management and Community Development• Sustainable Resources - Energy and Water• Infrastructure Planning and Engineering• Industrial Development• Capacity Building• Systems and Communications Implementation• Post Operations Planning Dismantling, Disposal andAlternative UsesCREATING VALUEThe resource industry plays a critical role in defininga country’s economy, energy, security, environmentalprotection and community development. This is in additionto the spin-off benefits that flow from its day-to-dayoperations – including jobs and business opportunities,contributions to public infrastructure, support for education,training and apprenticeships amongst others.IBI Group recognizes that taking great ideas and turningthem into reality requires the application of globalexperience backed with a thorough knowledge andunderstanding of the local conditions and a high levelof organization. The firm strongly believes in creatingsustainable, synergistic solutions, which becomeincubators for supporting industries, community buildingand human resource development with eco-efficiency asthe key priority. Our general strategy to value creation isbased on following the key steps:• Perform needs assessment for the client• Establish a sustainable and self-sufficient visionof the project• Analyze opportunities for synergy• Recommend technology choices• Perform feasibility studies with financial analysis• Ensure eco-efficiency - assess, minimize, and mitigateenvironmental impacts• Assess approval issues• Assess stakeholder and communication issues


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 7ECONOMY,ENVIRONMENT &SUSTAINABILITYWe recognize that traditionally resource industry projectshave not had a good reputation for social responsibility,environmental stewardship and sustainability. This couldbe the case even with leading industry and operators whohave demonstrated a commitment of being socially andenvironmentally responsible and have spent substantialsums to assist communities with development projectswhile reducing environmental impact. IBI Group iscommitted to assisting resource industries and operatorsin designing self-sufficient and sustainable projects thatprovide communities with long-term growth and selfsustenancepotential. Our focus is to ensure that resourceprojects uphold lasting social progress and economicgrowth for all stakeholders throughout the active life of theprojects and well beyond. We promote the developmentand implementation of effective, realistic systems tominimize risks to health, safety and the environment. Inaddition, we ensure the use of the best technologies tocontinuously improve the safe, efficient use of resources,processes and materials, safe handling, use and disposalof all materials, resources and products to minimizeenvironmental footprint.“Sustainability – a series of great opportunities disguised asinsoluble problems.”—John Gardner


IBI GROUPCOMMUNITYDEVELOPMENTSECTION1Expert community development and developmentplanning skills gained through extensive global experienceare essential to successful project planning, construction,operation and legacy building. IBI Group providescommunity planning and development services to thenatural resources sector in North America, South America,Europe, the Middle East and Asia. The firm is known for itswork in addressing complex social, consensus-building,economic and housing challenges at natural resourcedevelopment projects around the world.IBI Group offers clients a comprehensive range ofservices, including social impact and risk assessment;capacity building; feasibility studies; resettlementplanning; implementation; design and construction ofworker housing communities; related facilities such asschools, hospitals, community services and relatedinfrastructure. Building a successful community requiresextensive community consultation, negotiations, anddevelopment planning. It generally involves design ofcomplementary programs in capacity building, institutionalstrengthening, training, knowledge transfer, land tenureadministration, and livelihood restoration initiatives.We have extensive experience in undertaking regionaland community master plans to guide investment ininfrastructure, community facilities and housing. We havedeveloped community plans for existing towns and fornew towns in high growth regions impacted by rapidexpansion of resource extraction activities.


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 11PLANNINGIBI Group’s Urban Land practice is central to ourcontribution to the built environment through a holisticapproach to land use planning and development thatinvolves urban design and architecture, transportationand systems design into a single, seamless, built entity.IBI Group has undertaken numerous integrated planningstudies and master planning exercises which have guidedand shaped major built projects globally. Our strengthlies in methodically evaluating and understanding thecontext, developing innovative planning concepts, andimplementing the vision.Our extensive community development experienceincludes:• Master Planning• Land Use Planning• Recreation Plans• Regional Plans• All-Seasons Resort Development Plans• Mixed-Use Developments• Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)• Brownfield Redevelopment & Urban Intensification• Urban Design• Design Codes and GuidelinesGoldcorp Mining Community VisionZACATECAS, MEXICOIBI Group was retained in 2011 to create a community visionfor the mine, including an existing camp analysis and threeoptional design methods for growth.The purpose of this visioning exercise was to developprinciples and mining community options that improve thequality of the accommodations and social / recreationalservices associated with the Peñasquito camp. This will helpto improve conditions for the workers, improve quality oflife, support the mandate of the company and improve livingconditions for the local people. In addition, it is anticipatedthat the other long term benefits may be legacy-relatedinfrastructure that can survive past the longevity of theactual active mine as well as help Goldcorp build strongerand lasting relations with local government agencies andstakeholders.Goldcorp Influx Management PlanPERITO MORENO, ARGENTINAGoldcorp is working with the IBI Group team to develop anInflux Management Plan (IMP) to service its Cerro Negromines located approximately 1.5 hours away from theTown of Perito Moreno in Santa Cruz Province, Patagonia,Argentina. The objective of the IMP is to provide guidanceto Goldcorp as well as the Town of Perito Moreno inplanning for the envisioned project-induced growth andmanaging the environmental and economic impactsassociated with this influx.Goldcorp’s intent is to develop a sustainable community,which is well integrated in the town’s existing urban fabricfor its senior and management staff and their families. Asa part of the IMP, IBI Goup also designed (up to tenderphase) the senior management housing complex and thenew Goldcorp office complex in Perito Moreno.1.0 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | PLANNING


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 13Le plan imageQuarry Park Mixed-Use PlanCALGARY, ALBERTAIBI Group was retained to create a master plan toresurrect a 315 acre former LaFarge gravel pit into astate of the art, mixed-use development, anchoredby a series of innovative storm water managementfeatures connecting to the Bow River that also doubleas public pathway connections. This was a demandingproject that required careful management of significantenvironmental challenges that influence acceptableland uses, interface treatment and programming.For example, proximity to a landfill site, internalmethane contamination remediation and floodplainmanagement were some of the key issues that weresensitively and successfully addressed.Azueï CommunityCROIX-DES-BOUQUETS, HAÏTIThe Azueï Community project requires the pairing of asizeable textile manufacturing sector (over 50,000 sqft of factories) with more than 2,000 residential units.IBI Group approached the development of this projectfrom a fresh and innovative perspective. The firm’sconcept for this mandate is framed within the parametersused to govern the creation of a sustainable district. Itsprofessionals wanted the development program to beoutside the local norm for such projects and to becomea veritable model for future projects in the decadesto come. Sustainable development is critical to Haiti’soverall rebuilding efforts and it is with this in mind andan eye to the future that IBI Group has established thedevelopment principals of the Azueï Community.Thetford MinesTHETFORD MINES, QUEBECThe town of Thetford Mines, in association with theMineralogical and Mineral Museum, Thetford Mines, retainedIBI Group to develop a master plan which would leverage thepost-mining / industrial potential of the KB3 site in downtown ofThetford Mines, and focus on adaptive re-use for recreationaland tourism uses. The history of the town of Thetford Mines isclosely related to exploitation of chrysotile since 1878. Sincethen, mining has influenced the city’s character and planning.Mining, which has now ceased, has left its traces in the urbanlandscape through mining dumps, huge craters, industrialhangars and machinery, which frames the urban landscape.The proposed master plan focuses on the issues of urbanintegration and provides urban design guidelines along witha preliminary cost estimate to revitalize the KB3 site as athematic museum.1.0 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | PLANNING


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 15INSTITUTIONAL FACILITIESIBI Group provides a full service of architectural / designcapability. The firm has designed and supervisedconstruction of a wide variety of building types,including residential, hospitals, schools, hotels,transportation stations and mixed-use developments.We combine solid design fundamentals with visionand a clear understanding of business practice andeconomic restraint.IBI Group’s facility design capabilities include:• Architecture• Interior Design• Construction Administration• Permitting and Public Consultation• Communications• 3D Computer ModelingIBI Group has developed expertise working withinstitutional clients such as educational, civic, healthcareand municipal institutions to provide long range planningfor expansion and development. Work ranging frombusiness plan development, site selection, planning forphased development, detailed design and constructionsupervision has been undertaken, bearing in mindconcerns of ease-of-use balanced with beautiful designand of course, solid economic decisions. IBI Group strivesat creating successful institutions and open spacesthat encourage a sense of community and a socialatmosphere, while considering humanistic elements suchas the integration of nature, privacy, comfort, warmth, andserenity that extends from the larger master plan into thepublic open space within the facility.IBI Group’s experience with Institutional clients includes:• Schools• Healthcare Facilities and Hospitals• Recreation Facilities• Municipal Facilities• Institutional Residential PlanningCaliente / Piute MountainCALIENTE, CALIFORNIARCMP ‘V’ Division Iqaluit FacilityIQALUIT, NUNAVUTActon / Agua DulcePublic Library ProjectSANTA CLARA RIVER VALLEY, CALIFORNIALocated in a rural community in the Santa Clara RiverValley, the small town of Acton is the home of this new10,875 sq ft public library, as part of the California LibraryBond Act. Serving five area schools, none of which haveschool libraries, this library will become the heart of thecommunity. With an emphasis on California native andenvironmental concerns this project will be a demonstrationof sustainable design.The design objective is to create an energy efficientelementary school for a small, rural mountain district,where students ride horses to school, but utilize advancedtechnology once there. The Board’s desire was tohave the building disappear into the beautiful, nativesurroundings rather than the institutional look of mostschool buildings. The solution is an underground schoolcarved into the hillside, the roof covered with pasturegrass. The south-facing glass wall opens classrooms tovistas of the mountain setting eliminating any sense ofbeing underground. The operable clerestory windowswork in conjunction with the venting, southern glassfaçade to create full daylighting and natural “solar chimney”ventilation. In addition, wind-generated power and solarheating panels have created a school that is comfortableeven in its 100 degree days, without mechanical HVAC,and a utility cost of less than $100 per year.IBI Group are the Design Architects on the RCMP ‘V’Division Headquarters facility in Iqaluit, Nunavut. Thisnew 3,500 m 2 facility consists of cell detention areas,detachment offices, forensic services, investigative units,exhibit storage, training facilities, dormitories, administrativefacilities, firing range and community services. The projecthas some unique challenges of severe climatic and siteconditions, as well as transportation and constructionlogistics. The Federal Government has committed tomaking this project Canada’s most northerly LEED®facility. The ‘ice and snow’ imagery inspired the jaggedwedge / iceberg-like building massing, the translucent blueinterior colour scheme and drifting snow motifs that framethe public interior spaces. FSC is the Architect of Recordon this project.1.0 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | INSTITUTIONAL FACILITIES


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 17Strathcona Community HospitalSHERWOOD PARK, ALBERTAHealthcare design and construction of the StrathconaCommunity Hospital, Health Services Building and CASAHouse are located on a 20 acre site in Sherwood Park.IBI Group are the architects for the new 72-bed acute carehospital (expandable to 108-bed) serving Sherwood Parkand Strathcona County. IBI Group is also providing the civiland landscape design services. The hospital is designedas a four story building with diagnostic and treatment areason the ground floor and three inpatient floors above.Afton Mine PropertyKAMLOOPS, BRITISH COLUMBIATamale Regional TeachingHospitalTAMALE, GHANAThe Tamale teaching hospital is a response to Ghana’sMinistry of Health proposal call to replace the existingregional hospital. The program calls for a fully servicedteaching hospital of 1,000 beds. Instead of introducing awestern style hospital, we proposed a new, sustainable,design concept.The building is designed to be a health village, formedby series of one and two story components connectedwith open air corridors and ramps. Its modular design ishighly repetitive, and designed to be prefabricated andexpandable to suit local economics.Fort Saskatchewan Health CentreFORT SASKATCHEWAN, ALBERTAIBI Group are the architects for the new 38-bedreplacement acute care hospital for the City of FortSaskatchewan. The hospital program includes surgicalservices (two ORs and two ophthalmology ORs), daysurgery, emergency, diagnostic imaging (with CT Scanner)and support facilities.The inpatient unit has 38 beds, including: two palliativecare beds, two LDRP beds, two special care beds, andone isolation bed with the remainder as medical / surgerybeds. The majority of the rooms are single patient rooms,all with a family area. The facility also has an ambulatorycare support building which houses public health, childand family services, mental health / AADAC, rehabilitationservices and other functions.The Afton Mine comprises 22,000 acres in the Kamloops,B.C. region. After the mine’s closure, IBI Group wasretained to examine the development potential of the sitefor three broad types of use: residential, industrial, andrecreational / tourism resort. A demographic forecast anddetailed market analysis for each land use was conducted.A review of applicable provincial and municipal plans andpolicies was prepared.Frank Slide Orientation CentreCROWSNEST PASS, ALBERTAThe site of the Frank Slide Orientation Centre is apromontory overlooking the Frank Slide. The perimeterof the slide area is within meters of the Centre. Hugeboulders in the foreground frame the view to the valley andmountains beyond. The architects commissioned IBI Groupto prepare site design and landscape drawings for theproject. Responsibilities included design of the interpretivetrail layout, a cantilevered boardwalk overlook, picnic areas,outdoor display area, and general landscaping.1.0 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | INSTITUTIONAL FACILITIES


IBI GROUPSample Size: ? Survey Applications%)Mode: Randomlys (1o.1%)Gender%83%a %4.4%8.8%1o.1%1o.1%1.1%2.2%4.4%2.2%25.25%17.17%17%16.17%33Project378.8%Preferences55Serv. (14.3%)Male (83%)Female (17%)282622 19 13555589556857781 152 2222 Women1o59258 8 Convenience store (15)8 To build a chapel (1o)Air conditioning (9)SECTIONLandscape architecture (8) STRATEGICMovie theater (8)To improve lunchroom facilities (8)WC divisions 100’s (5)PLANNINGTo improve all lunchroom facilities(5)Convenience store (89)Chapel (68)Landscape architecture (57)Football field (55)Air conditioning (55)WC divisions 100’s (55)To have a movie theater (55)To build another module 100 (37)To purchase musical instruments for workshops (33)To improve all lunchroom facilities (28)To build a baseball field (26)To put a roof on a basketball court (22)To have lunchroom # 4 suited for special events (19)To change the color in modules (13)To purchase musical instruments for workshops (2)To have lunchroom # 4 suited for special events (2)To change the color in modules (13)(2)To put a roof on a basketball court (2)Football Field (2)To build a baseball field (1)31IBI Group provides comprehensive strategic planning2o 17 11services 73to our clients. Our work ranges from small23 independent assignments to complex studies within a25 broader geographic or multi-disciplinary framework.294647531Men57We work with private developers and public agencieson developments ranging from small in-fill sites tolarge mixed-use 53communities. We provide land anddevelopment economics analysis including feasibilitystudies, market research, demographic analysis,5ogrowth49management, land needs, highest and best use,financial feasibility / development pro-formas, municipalfinance, development charges, economic impact, realestate disposition strategies, strategic advice, economicdevelopment, public private partnership, and experttestimony.Convenience store (73)To build a chapel (57)Football field (53)Shower divisions 100’s (5o)Landscape architecture (49)Movie theater (47)Air conditioning (46)To purchase musical instruments for workshops (31)To build another module 100 (29)To build a baseball field (25)To improve all lunchroom facilities (23)To put a roof on a basketball court (2o)To have lunchroom # 4 suited for special events (17)To change the color in modules (11)The following list includes some of the additional servicesthat we provide:• Financial Analysis• Business Planning• Concept Development• Program and Project Management• Research and Policy• Planning and Environmental Assessment• Public Consultation• Municipal Planning and Approvals• Land Use Planning


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 21LOSSAN North Strategic PlanSOUTHERN CALIFORNIAOn behalf of the California High-Speed Rail Authority,IBI Group leads a team of 10 subconsulting firms inpreparing a Program EIR / EIS for the Los Angeles to SanDiego via Orange County region of the proposed 750-mile, $25 billion statewide high speed rail network. Theprogram-level environmental process analyzed the impactsof high-speed train corridor alternatives, different operatingsystems and technologies, alternative station locations andtheir relationship to land use, and coordination with othermodes of transportation, in order to assist the Authority inseeking the most appropriate alternatives for the system.Broadband NetworkFeasibility StudyVANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIAPacific Northern Gas (PNG), a Vancouver B.C. basedcompany, employed IBI Group to perform a feasibilitystudy on the prospect of building a fiber basedtelecommunications backbone along its gas lines, to providevarious telecommunications services to PNG’s customers.The activities comprising the study included:• Identification of existing infrastructure, routes andproposed service offerings• Identification of existing PNG customers, including:business, government and residential; estimation ofservice penetration; and churn (customer turn-over) ratesfor each of several types of services• Development of a 10 year financial model, incorporatingcapital and operating costs, and revenue estimates forthe different service packages• Presentation of findings and recommendations to PNG,which allowed PNG to make the decision not to proceedwith network implementation2.0 STRATEGIC PLANNING


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 23Wolfe Island Wind PlantLand Use PlanningGRCA Snyder FlatsBLOOMINGDALE, ONTARIOSouthern Ontario:A State of the Resource StudyLakehead University Multi-UseSports and Entertainment CenterFRONTENAC ISLANDS, ONTARIOIBI Group was retained by Canadian Renewable EnergyCorporation (CREC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of CanadianHydro Developers (CHD), to undertake the land use planningapprovals for a wind plant located in the western portion ofWolfe Island, being the western portion of the Township ofFrontenac Islands. The wind farm is comprised of 86 windturbines with a production capacity of 197 MW.The project is now approved and under construction.In securing approvals for the Wolfe Island Wind Plant,IBI Group prepared a background planning report andinformation for submission to the Municipality. IBI Groupalso attended public meetings and meetings to council,provided expert evidence for Ontario Municipal Boardhearings, and was involved in the approval of an officialplan amendment, and approval of the zoning by-law.Since the implementation of the Aggregate Resources Act,IBI Group has been responsible for bringing the site plans forthis innovative joint venture project, “Bringing Nature Backto the River”, up to the current standards, and working withthe operator to determine a long term strategy for when thematerial has been exhausted in this pit.This project has been a model example for aggregateoperators, public agencies, and environmental groups tofollow over the last number of years.SOUTHERN ONTARIOThis study undertaken by IBI Group involved a detailedassessment of the unlicensed aggregate resources,licensed aggregate reserves, and aggregate relatedoperations in seven major market areas of SouthernOntario (including parts of Wellington County). It alsoentailed interviews and surveys of aggregate operators andassessments of the overall “state of aggregate resources”in several key market areas. Extensive computer modellingwas undertaken to determine future demand, by marketarea, and conclusions regarding the demand / supplyrelationships in each of the market areas, and SouthernOntario as a whole. Numerous study findings werediscussed, and a number of the initiatives recommendedare already being implemented.THUNDER BAY, ONTARIOIBI Group was retained by Lakehead University to establishthe potential for a 4,000 to 6,000 permanent seat multi-usesports and entertainment center in Thunder Bay. Theassessment included a full market and financial businessplan as well as site plans as a basis for discussion withadministration potential partners in the financing of a newmulti-use Centre. The analysis included assessment ofthe potential for one or more anchor tenants including theThunder Bay Thunderwolves and potential for universitybasedtenants. The resulting capital cost and operationsplans were translated into a detailed financial feasibilitymodel for several options related to the size of the facility.2.0 STRATEGIC PLANNING


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 25DEPA Oil Pipeline Browser andAsset Management SystemRideau Regional CentreAlternative Use StudyGREECETOWNSHIP OF MONTAGUE, ONTARIOWinterburn Industrial AreaStructure PlanEDMONTON, ALBERTAIBI Group prepared and Area Structure Plan (ASP) onbehalf of the City of Edmonton for the Winterburn IndustrialArea. The Winterburn Industrial Area comprises over 1,000hectares of land in northwest Edmonton. Key features of thisplan are planning for business and industrial components,recognizing long-term land use opportunities and devisinga conceptual servicing scheme for long and short termdevelopment. In support of this ASP, IBI Group alsoprepared an Area Master Plan (AMP) and TransportationImpact Assessment (TIA) for this project. An extensive publicconsultation program was implemented for this project,involving land owners and the general public.IBI Group was commissioned by the Greek PublicGas Company (DEPA) to develop a browser and assetmanagement system to record and manage details of anexisting oil pipeline in Greece and the land immediatelyadjacent to it. This browser integrated airborne data witha mapping location database.The Rideau Regional Centre (RRC) was scheduled to fullyclose in 2009. The RRC was a major employer of the Townof Smiths Falls, the Township of Montague and surroundingmunicipalities. With financial assistance from the Ministryof Economic Development, the area municipalities retainedIBI Group to examine the feasibility for alternative uses for the354-acre RRC site and its 50 buildings, and identify the mostlikely redevelopment opportunities; prepare a risk-minimizingstrategy to achieve re-use/redevelopment of the RRC.IBI Group identified training/conference centre, government‘swing space’, multi-use offices/service campus,healthcare, and recreation/tourism as the most feasiblepotential uses for the RRC site.2.0 STRATEGIC PLANNING


IBI GROUPENERGYSECTION3Providing safe, reliable, and economical energy is one ofthe great challenges of the 21st century. Extreme weatherevents and climate change, energy security, and highenergy prices are now the focus of both the developedand developing worlds. There is no simple solution tothe growing demand for clean sustainable energy, asthe answers will come in a variety of renewable formsincluding water, solar, wind, biomass, alternative fuelsand geothermal energy. Emphasis must be placed onenergy conservation and energy efficiency in the gradualtransition to energy and environmental sustainability.IBI Group has significant experience providing consultingservices to the public and private energy sector. Thisincludes such groups as power generating operators,local distribution system operators (LDC), industrialoperators and local governing authorities. Consequently,we understand the issues facing our clients, andrecognize that the best value is provided through detailedresearch and analysis to select simple options that reducecapital maintenance and operating costs, and ultimatelythe impact on our environment.The following list includes some of the servicesthat we provide:• Feasibility and Planning Studies• Policy Development and Project Review• Permitting and Approvals• Environmental Assessments• Conceptual Design• Power Systems Engineering / Design• Equipment Selection• Detailed Design• Contract Administration• Dismantling and Disposal• Construction Management• Factory and Site Inspection• Testing and Commissioning Monitoring• Post Construction


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 29Renewable Energy Waterpower,Trent RapidsEnbridge Wind Power ProjectBRUCE COUNTY, ONTARIOHydro One Kingsville TSGeneration ConnectionKINGSVILLE, ONTARIOHydro One awarded Giffels Associates Limited / IBI Group(GAL / IBI Group) this fast track assignment to provideconsulting services for the connection of natural gasgenerators totalling 12 MW connected at 27.6 kV.GAL / IBI Group performed detailed design for utilityconnection of the generation project, as well as detaileddesign for the protection and control. Protection andcontrol design included a radio link for the transfer tripfunction. GAL / IBI Group also provided constructionsupport and record drawings.The project had a compressed schedule to satisfy therequired in-service date.PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIOThis 8.0 MW project is being developed on theOtonabee River portion of the Trent Severn Waterwaynear Peterborough, Ontario, jointly by Shaman PowerCorporation and Peterborough Utilities Inc. As this isa federal waterway, an environmental assessment hasbeen undertaken under the Canadian EnvironmentalAssessment Act (CEAA). A 1,200 metre long powercanal will be constructed to by-pass dams 22, 23 andassociated locks to consolidate the hydraulic head inone location.IBI Group’s responsibility as prime consultantincluded hydrology and energy production modelling,preliminary engineering, environmental assessment(CEAA) detailed engineering acquisition of approvalsand supervision of construction.As a result of Ontario Provincial policy initiatives regardingdevelopment of renewable energy resources, Canadian andinternational energy companies have been at the leadingedge of developing large scale wind farms throughoutsouthwestern Ontario.In 2006, IBI Group was retained by Enbridge Ontario WindPower LP to undertake land use planning approvals for theKincardine Wind Farm that involved 120 wind turbines andthe production of 181.5 MW of power on 4,100 hectares offarm land located east of the Lake Huron shoreline.3.0 ENERGY


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 31Solar Strategy for MontenegroMONTENEGROIBI Group has recently been retained by the Ministryof Spatial Planning and Environment in Montenegrofor the creation of a solar energy strategy. Two pilotdemonstration sites will be developed – one in an urbanlocation, and the other in a rural location showcasingoptimum design and layout.Bubunawan FallsGenerating StationBUKIDON PROVINCE, PHILIPPINESThe Bubunawan Falls Generating Station is a run-of-theriverhydroelectric power project on the Bubunawan Riverin Bukidnon Province, Philippines. This is a private sectorpower project that delivers energy to the Cagayan de OroElectric Power and Light Company (CEPALCO), a privateelectric utility. The project incorporates 34 metres of grosshead and utilizes a flow of 23.5 cubic metres per second togenerate the maximum plant output of 6.5 MW.Services provided by IBI Group included reconnaissance,a pre-feasibility study, an environmental assessment, afeasibility study, detailed design, procurement, tenderingand construction supervision.Transformer Station Designsand StudiesONTARIOIBI Group provided engineering and constructionmanagement of a 230 kV–27.6 kV standard DESN typetransformer station to supply power to the municipal 27.6kV distribution system. Studies include environmentalassessment, certificate of authorization report, ground Gridstudy, ground potential rise study, fault current study, andthe protection relay co-ordination study.Studies were also performed to review system controls,stability, load flow and capacity to plan renewable energygeneration connections. Protection, control and revenuemetering design for generator connections were alsocompleted.Ethanol Bio RefineryVEGREVILLE, ALBERTAManure will be used in anaerobic digesters to producemethane that in turn is used to produce steam andelectricity. Energy will be used to fuel a 40-million litre / yearethanol plant that produces ethanol and distillers grains.The ethanol will be marketed to oil refiners and other usersof fuel ethanol.Facilitate stakeholder engagement was necessaryto ensure transmission design considers end usersrequirements.3.0 ENERGY


IBI GROUPINFRASTRUCTURESECTION4IBI Group provides a full range of services related tothe movement of people, goods and information withinand between facilities. Our multidisciplinary teaminteracts with land use and transportation planners,traffic and infrastructure engineers amongst others andapply an integrated approach to solving the problemsof our clients and the demands of our ever-urbanizingplanet. Clients include public and private agenciesresponsible for the design, construction, operation andmanagement of transportation infrastructure, transitagencies and other service providers, truck, rail, air andmarine operators, port authorities, intermodal terminaloperators, and private developers. IBI Group is also aleader in the application of technology and information,offering intelligent transportation systems (ITS) andadvanced public transportation solutions to effectivelymanage and operate transportation systems. The firmworks comprehensively on international projects, fromthe planning and project development stages through toimplementation and operations – including participationin public-private partnerships to facilitate advancement ofproject realization.Design Expertise / Services:• Urban and Regional Transportation Planning• Traffic Engineering• Transit Planning• Highway Design• Bridge Engineering• Electrical Engineering• Environmental Assessment• Civil Engineering• Urban and Intercity Transit• Marine Transportation• Air Transportation• Freight Transportation and Logistics• Financial / Economic Analysis• Intelligent Transportation Systems• Sustainable Transportation and Energy AnalysisMarkets include:• Road and Highways• Rail• Transit• Ports and Airports• Communications• Water Resources


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 35ROADS AND HIGHWAYSIBI Group provides services to a broad array of internationalroad authorities responsible for the planning, development,operations and maintenance of road and highwayinfrastructure. Our clients include municipal / county publicworks, state and provincial departments of transportation,federal transport authorities / regulators, bridge and tunnelauthorities and private sector infrastructure developmentand operations concessionaires.We are accustomed to working under a variety ofprogram delivery mechanisms including design-bid-build,design-build, P3 and other forms of alternative financeand procurement mechanisms.Mersey Gateway Sub ConsultancyServicesLIVERPOOL, UNITED KINGDOMThe Mersey Gateway is a project to build and operate anew tolled bridge over the Mersey River between the townsof Runcorn and Widnes in the Liverpool region. The newbridge is just one part of a major investment in transportinfrastructure across the north west. Combined with plansto develop the region’s ports and a proposal to increasethe capacity and passenger numbers at Liverpool JohnLennon Airport, it makes up a coordinated investment instrategic transport facilities.The Mersey Gateway is intended to operate as aconcession. It is to be located to the east of the existingSilver Jubilee Bridge, where traffic has reached saturationflow. To fund the estimated capital cost of circa £350million, the scheme will establish a toll regime embracingthe existing bridge together with the new crossing.Fairway BoulevardHILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDAA new bridge, seawalls, and roadway approaches weredesigned for a bridge replacement on Fairway Boulevardover Flamingo Canal. IBI Group provided surveys, rightof-waymaps, plan preparation, and drainage design.Relocation of a 12 foot sanitary sewer force main and an8 foot water main was included. An extension effort wasneeded to complete permitting with Hillsborough County,the Southwest Florida Water Management District, theTampa Port Authority, and the U.S. Coast Guard. Severalpublic meetings were held due to high local interest.4.0 INFRASTRUCTURE | ROADS AND HIGHWAYS


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 37RAILIBI Group has provided services to many different typesof rail systems, from mainland railways to metro and LRTsystems. We have worked with freight and passengersystems and public and private sector clients in manycountries around the world. Intercity and local systemshave been planned and designed. We pride ourselveson our ability to completely understand the needs of ourclients and to develop solutions that meet and surpass theexpectations.Alameda CorridorLOS ANGELES CA4.0 INFRASTRUCTURE | RAIL


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 39TRANSITIBI Group has worked in the public transit market in manyparts of the world, covering all types of transit systems.We provide all types of services from operational planningto design of facilities. Transit facilities have been plannedand designed in North America, South America, Europe,the Middle East and Asia. In addition to providing frontend planning and design, IBI Group has been responsiblefor many reviews of the way systems are operating,providing advice for improvements and upgrades.Grand Canyon National ParkTransportation Master Planand Environmental AssessmentTUSCON, ARIZONAIBI Group was retained by the National Parks Serviceto prepare a Transportation Plan and EnvironmentalAssessment for the South Rim of the Grand CanyonNational Park.The purpose of the project was to review alternatives andrecommend a plan which will increase the quality of thevisitor experience while decreasing the traffic congestionand parking problems that are inherent during times ofpeak visitation at the Park.The plan considered a number of design alternatives thatachieve the following:• Improve the visitor entry experience and decrease waittimes by means of improved entry lanes and park entrycollection alternatives, and by considering the use oftechnology for electronic entry payments• Provide for adequate parking within the Grand CanyonNational Park, specifically at CVIP, where the recentlyconstructed visitor plaza was completed• Enhance the visitor experience by reducing the numberof private vehicles and increasing shuttle servicesthroughout the Canyon, with a number of new shuttleroutes providing direct access to trail heads anddestinations throughout the Park• Provide alternative parking areas and connections toshuttle services both outside and inside the Park, toreduce private vehicular traffic and congestion4.0 INFRASTRUCTURE | TRANSIT


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 41PORTS & AIRPORTSIBI Group has international experience in port systemplanning and operations, systems, and waterfrontstructures, as well as marine structural design,inspection, and repair. This experience includes a broadrange of public and private sector clients throughoutNorth America and overseas. The scope of practiceaddresses the full lifecycle of deployment, from policydevelopment to design, to operations, to inspections, andrepairs. IBI Group has undertaken projects for a varietyof ports on the Great Lakes situated on the Canada– United States border and also on the east and westcoasts of Canada and the United States, concerned withthe planning and development of their facilities. Thesehave included market studies, traffic forecasts, physicalplanning studies, and operational analyses.Our staff has also been very active in the development ofairports, from minor remote facilities to major internationalairports. Services have included planning, operationalanalyses, engineering and architecture.Strategic Plan for theDevelopment of Industrial PortSites on the Saint-LawrenceQUÉBECIBI Group was mandated by SODES (Société deDéveloppement Économique du Saint-Laurent) to create astrategic plan for the development of a network of industrialand port sites on the eastern Saint-Lawrence.In Quebec, the ports of Baie-Comeau, Gaspé, Gros-Cacouna and Matane are managed by Transport Canada.The Quebec Government recognizes the importance ofthese ports and supports their development through theforum focusing on maritime transportation. The four portsare located in regions facing economic slowdown of majorindustrial activities, forestry manufacturing and energy, thatare users of shipping.The objective of this project was to develop a strategy tosupport the development of a network of industrial sitesin the eastern St. Lawrence which would complement theport network and support regional economic development.Maersk Pacific LimitedTERMINAL ISLAND, CALIFORNIAThe Pier 400 site at the Port of Los Angeles comprisesover 500 acres of landfill within the harbor at San Pedro.This terminal development assignment for an internationalshipping company is currently the largest independentcontainer terminal operating in the United States. Nineteenseparate buildings and structures were designed withinthe terminal site by Tetra-IBI Group. These are highlyfunctional and energy efficient facilities with clean moderndesigns using durable and economic materials. Thebuildings include a 3-story 62,250 sq ft Administrationand Gate Operations Building, a 2-story 27,300 sq ftTerminal Operations Building, a 2-story 15,600 sq ft RailOperational Building, and a 88,300 sq ft Maintenance andRepair Building nearly 500 feet long. The terminal was builtunder very tight time constraints utilizing the design / buildmethod. Tetra-IBI Group successfully designed the biddocuments and was also invited by the winning contractorto become the Architects of Record. This project wassuccessfully completed in record time and below budget.4.0 INFRASTRUCTURE | PORTS & AIRPORTS


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 43Transport Canada Assessmentof Access to IntermodalTerminals and DistributionONTARIOTransport Canada retained Giffels Associates Limited / IBIGroup (GAL / IBI Group) to carry out a comprehensiveassessment to support Canada’s global competitivenessby pinpointing existing and / or planned principal pointsand identifying options that will facilitate efficientmovement of international goods and domestic inputstoward foreign trade. The study was carried out in twostages. Phase 1 involved identifying the key facilities,ports, airports and other transportation related facilitiesin the Province which have significant volume oftransportation. GAL / IBI Group surveyed and profileddata in the context of demonstrating road and accessissues, and engaged regional municipality planners andeconomic development groups.Quito International AirportQUITO, ECUADORCorporación Quiport S.A., Quiport engaged NORRLimited, with Giffels Associates Limited / IBI Groupproviding civil and controls engineering services, as theemployers engineer on a new greenfield airport facility.As the employers engineer, the consultant will review alldesign and construction documents as well as monitorconstruction over a six year period. The work involvesthe construction of an entirely new airport facility on aGreenfield site outside of Quito, Ecuador to replace theexisting airport facility.The project is being carried out in association withCAMINOSCA Caminos Y Canales C. Ltda. Theemployers engineer’s team will be responsible to reviewand act on the employers behalf during the entireduration of the project.Imperial Oil Limited Dock Repair and MaintenanceSARNIA AND NANTICOKE, ONTARIOIBI Group has been retained by Imperial Oil Limited, throughstanding offer contract, to complete designs for repairs andmaintenance of the docking structures at the Sarnia andNanticoke Refineries. Imperial Oil Limited’s marine facilitiesrepresent a vital supply link for the distribution of petroleumproducts to heavy industries with dock facilities on the GreatLakes. In addition, lake freighters are refueled at the docks.In effect, the refineries are also “gas bars” for ships.The most recent involvement by IBI Group’s structural / marinedepartment has been the upgrading of the dock fenderingsystem at the Nanticoke Refinery and a remedial worksprogram for the timber and steel access walkway and servicesupport systems at the Sarnia Refinery.4.0 INFRASTRUCTURE | PORTS & AIRPORTS


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 45COMMUNICATIONSIBI Group’s communications systems engineeringpractice was born out of IBI Group’s involvement in thedesign and integration of freeway traffic management andtolling systems, and grew quickly in late 1990s to supportan expanding and increasingly diverse client base inthe areas of strategic planning, design and constructionadministration. Communications systems have evolvedconsiderably over the past 15 years, and IBI Group’scommunications systems engineering practice hasdriven that evolution. The emergence of low-costand robust fiber-optic and microwave ethernet basedsystems has transformed the industry and acceleratedconvergence. Our communications engineering practiceembraces this transformation, broadening its expertiseto include an in-depth understanding of a broad range ofcommunications technologies and hardware.Glacier National Park ITSGLACIER NATIONAL PARK, MONTANAGlacier National Park in Montana is part of the US NationalPark System. The rehabilitation of the historic Going-tothe-SunRoad is underway and will continue for eight toten years. As part of the effort to mitigate the effects ofrehabilitation activities, Glacier National Park is providing afree shuttle bus service, has opened a new transit center,provides temporary traffic control at the constructionsites, and will deploy a variety of Intelligent TransportationSystem (ITS) applications to monitor travel conditions anddisseminate information to visitors.A team of transportation systems / software specialists led byIBI Group implemented an integrated ITS solution for the parkthat includes, but is not limited to, the following components:Conditions Information System, Transit ITS Application, ITSand Visitor Information Components. IBI Group also installedupgraded highway advisory radio stations at the two mainentrances on the Going-to-the-Sun Road.Road Weather InformationSystems (RWIS)ALBERTAIBI Group assisted AIT in the development of terms for arequest for proposal for RWIS services including proponentproposal evaluation and RWIS service provider performanceauditing. The RFP was for a design, build, finance, andoperation of the province-wide RWIS network. It includedrequirements and detailed specifications for design,procurement, installation, integration, commissioning,operation, and maintenance of 75 RWIS stations on thenational highway system throughout Alberta with the optionof additional stations in the future. IBI Group assistedAIT in developing the appropriate business model for thechosen contract approach. The RFP also included detailedrequirements for road and meteorological forecastingservices. IBI Group is also providing on-going audit servicesof the performance of the contract on behalf of AIT .4.0 INFRASTRUCTURE | COMMUNICATIONS


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 47WATER RESOURCESOur expertise in water resources engineering addressesa variety of needs. We provide methodologies for floodprevention and control, erosion control, watershed andstormwater management, improved drainage and waterconveyance, and the management of river ice. We haveengineers, hydrologists, technologists, and techniciansusing state-of-the-art techniques to supply accurateanalysis of data and to assist in the problem solvingprocess. Our experts develop strategies for resolvingwater resources issues, discharge engineering designexpertise, and manage the construction of stream or riverchannelization, dike projects, drainage culverts, shorelineprotection, dams, and other hydraulic structures.IBI Group’s goal is to achieve a proper balancebetween appearance, cost effectiveness, and operatingcharacteristics while remaining responsible to thenatural environment.Navet Water System,Programme ManagementTRINIDAD AND TOBAGOIBI Group provided assistance to WASA in themanagement of replacing the Navet trunk watermain (35km) and upgrading the distribution systems. The systemwas built in 1960 and is currently in poor condition with40% leakage and losses and the distribution is severelyundersized to serve the current demands. Water wasavailable to customers on a rotating basis 2 to 3 days aweek, with insufficient storage to provide adequate fireprotection.The intention was to replace and add pipes, pumps andstorage facilities to provide water service 24 / 7 and as wellas fire protection. IBI Group was responsible for overseeingthe design phase and then implementing, on WASA’sbehalf, the construction. The system analysis and designphases have been completed.Ranger Drainage DistrictORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDAIBI Group has been the consulting engineer and G.I.S.provider for the Ranger Drainage District since 2003. TheDistrict is located in central Florida, East Orange County,and is approximately 15 square miles. The District consistsof 17 miles of main canals, 33 control structures, 29 milesof secondary canals, 73 miles of roadway and five lakes.IBI Group’s responsibilities include reviewing activities forall building permits and construction sites, and overseeingthe operation and maintenance of the Storm WaterManagement Program.We are currently working on hydrologic modeling of Canal3 and Canal 6 basin as part of the St. Johns River WaterManagement District (SJRWMD) permit condition for theplan of reclamation.4.0 INFRASTRUCTURE | WATER RESOURCES


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 49Flood Control ProjectOropouche RiverTRINIDADThe main objective of the North Oropouche River BasinDrainage Study was to reduce the potential for future flooddamages. The main tasks associated were as follows:• Basin Mapping and Sub-Basin Delineation• Field Studies• Establish Drainage System Inventory• Identify Flood Prone Areas• GIS Applications• Hydrological and Hydraulic Analysis• Integrated Watershed Needs and Opportunities• Formulation and Analysis of Alternatives• Preliminary Design• Environmental Impact• Public Consultation• Draft Final Design• Final DesignSandy Hill Flood ControlOTTAWA, ONTARIOAs subconsultant for this project, IBI Group providedexpertise in hydrological and hydraulic modeling to producea comprehensive model of the trunk sewers and secondarylaterals for an area in downtown Ottawa of approximately 90hectares (220 acres). In recent years, the Sandy Hill area ofthe City of Ottawa experienced severe flooding which taxedthe storm, sanitary and combined system and caused streetand basement flooding. The purpose of the flood controlstudy, completed for the City of Ottawa, was to design amulti-million dollar underground and surface storage systemto allow slower release of the water in the combined system.In conjunction with that analysis, the secondary laterals wereevaluated for capacity concerns and recommendationswere made on improvements.4.0 INFRASTRUCTURE | WATER RESOURCES


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 51Bearinger RoadWATERLOO, ONTARIOIn an effort to stimulate the national economy, theGovernment of Canada invested in new major publicworks projects such as roads, bridges, highways andpublic transit. As part of the campaign of creating jobsin Ontario, the City of Waterloo received funding throughthe Infrastructure Stimulus Fund (ISF) that enabled themto reconstruct a number of roadways including BearingerRoad. Recognizing the time limitations of the funding, IBIGroup fast tracked the design, approval and constructionprocesses to allow the roadway to be reconstructedto base course asphalt in 2009. During the winter IBIGroup assisted the City in evaluating the Bearinger Roadcorridor from a “Complete Streets” perspective leadingto a recommendation for a “road diet” from four lanes totwo lanes in the western portion of the project.Stoney Creek TrunkSanitary SewerLONDON, ONTARIOThe project consisted of a Class EnvironmentalAssessment for the routing of the Stoney Creek TrunkSanitary Sewer and for a watermain crossing to developlands to the north and south of Stoney Creek, west ofHighbury Avenue. The purpose of the study was to fullyevaluate alternatives for this sewer and watermain crossingto accommodate pending and future development withinthe Stoney Creek East Area. The Class EA for the StoneyCreek Trunk Sanitary Sewer focused on the “best method”of implementing the project.4.0 INFRASTRUCTURE | WATER RESOURCES


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 55ThyssenKrupp Melt ShopMOBILE, ALABAMAGiffels, LLC / IBI Group was awarded ThyssenKrupp’sStainless Steel melt shop that will be designed using a fasttrackschedule. The approximate 350,000 sq ft, six storyfacility will produce approximately 1,000,000 tons / yearand consists of Electronic Arc Furnace (EAF), ArgonOxygen Decarburization (AOD), ladle treatment, deslagging,continuous slab caster, slab grinding, scrap yard, refractoryshop and offices. The EAF weighs 3,940 kips and issupported on a 43x54 sq ft mass foundation. Piers supportthe equipment at 21’-8” above finish floor. The AOD weighsapproximately 2,300 kips and is supported by a 47x25 sqft mass foundation with piers supporting equipment rising27’-0” above finish floor. The ladle and melted steel arehandled by 360 ton cranes.Suncor - Firebag 3 AdministrationOperation Support ComplexFORT MCMURRAY, ALBERTAIBI Group are the architects for the design-build projectdelivery of the Administration / Operation Support Complexfor Suncor’s Firebag 3 Oil Sands Extraction Plant sitelocated 200 km north of Fort McMurray, Alberta.The project includes:• Administration Building (5,500 m 2 ) housing 150 staff(expandable to 400) plus the plant’s “Town Hall”, training,operations and engineering support functions for the plant• Control Building (1,500 m 2 ) for the plant, includes aoperations control centre and staff support areas• Warehouse and Maintenance Building (5,250 m 2 )• Washbay / Vehicle Repair Shop (700 m 2 )• Heavy Welding Shop (800 m 2 ); Chemical StorageBuilding (300 m 2 ); Central Lab Building (400 m 2 )Ford Gas Turbine Laboratory / Hydrogen Fuel Cell TestingDEARBORN, MICHIGANAs Ford’s Alliance Partner for the Gas Turbine Laboratoryfacilities, Giffels, LLC / IBI Group was responsible for allarchitectural and engineering services at the site.The purpose of the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Testing Facilityexpansion was to allow Ford’s TH!NK Technologies tobench test hydrogen fuel cells and test vehicles poweredby hydrogen fuel cells. The hydrogen fuel cells are bothgaseous hydrogen and liquid hydrogen types. Hydrogenis supplied from a liquid hydrogen storage tank locatedadjacent to the building as part of the project. Gaseoushydrogen is piped underground directly from the liquidhydrogen storage facility. The pipeline is electricallysupervised and encased in concrete for protection againstunintentional excavation.5.0 INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 57Alcan Alumina Extraction PlantAUGHINISH, IRELANDThe largest facility of its kind in Europe, the Alcan AluminaExtraction plant, contains numerous buildings including amedical laboratory, mineral testing laboratories, seminarand training facilities, a processing plant, administrationoffices, bauxite storage, and maintenance and warehousefacilities. The storage buildings have the largest single spanstructure in Europe. This project was published in the RoyalInstitute of Architects Ireland Yearbook Publication in 1986.Petroleum Bulk StorageNEW YORK STATE (VARIOUS CLIENTS)IBI Group has completed many projects that involvethe storage and dispensing of petroleum products forbuildings and vehicles. Projects have included undergroundand aboveground fuel storage tanks, including fuelmanagement and inventory monitoring, double walledunderground piping, fuel dispensing systems, firesuppression systems, and canopy designs over fueldispensing areas.Bridgestone / Firestone TireManufacturing PlantAIKEN COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINABridgestone / Firestone required additional tiremanufacturing capacity due to a substantial increase intire demand. A 550-acre site, ten miles from Aiken, SouthCarolina, was selected for the new plant. A location in thesoutheast U.S. was chosen because of the availability of alarge, skilled labor pool, availability of a large tract of land,quality of life, and proximity of suppliers.Bombardier Thunder BayManufacturing PlantTHUNDER BAY, ONTARIOThis major expansion / renovation of Bombardier’s rail carmanufacturing plant in Thunder Bay, Ontario, included a10,000 m 2 addition to accommodate vehicle assembly,warehousing, shipping and receiving, vehicle painting andhazardous material storage; conversion of a three-story,7,000 m 2 warehouse to state-of-the-art office space;recladding of the 60,000 m 2 existing facility to provideinsulation and an air / vapour barrier and to provide a unifiedimage to the plant; and site improvements.Atco Gas Sherwood ParkOperating CenterSHERWOOD PARK, ALBERTAIBI Group was retained by ATCO Gas to design theirnew Sherwood Park Operating Center. The building isa multi-purpose facility housing eight departments. Itcontains 20,290 sq ft of office / administration area and18,000 sq ft of workshop, vehicle garage and stockroomspace. The design meets Central Board of Irrigation andPower’s design requirements with 46% energy savings andincorporates a solar chimney.General Motors UV8 EngineRenovation ProgramTONAWANDA, NEW YORKGeneral Motors selected Giffels, LLC / IBI Group to provideconsulting services to meet an aggressive schedule thatwould accommodate engine line modifications to theTonawanda facility. Process layouts were designed to tiein with electrical drops, equipment platforms, catwalks,and fire protection items, including sprinkler lines and hosereels. Egress stairs were also reworked to facilitate theaddition of a new loading dock.5.0 INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT


IBI GROUP URBAN LAND | RESOURCE INDUSTRY 59SAFETY & SECURITYIBI Group plans, builds and implements ‘businessenabled’security systems to meet our client’s specificpolicy, process and site requirements, providinga foundation for a safe and productive workingenvironment. Resource industries and sites presentmany complex challenges including safe working inblast zones, below ground, around machinery and inremote areas. We assist resource industry operatorsin design, construction and operation of all facilities inaccordance with the highest applicable health, safetyand environmental standards. In addition the firm deliverssolutions focused on:• Public and Workforce Health and Safety• Workforce Management• Optimizing Productivity• Operational Continuity• Emergency and Incident Management• Health and Safety Compliance• Emergency and Incident Management• Operational Continuity• Operational Cost ReductionSecurity Surveillance Sub System,Ontario Power GenerationSOUTH CENTRAL ONTARIOIBI Group integrated, configured, and implemented thereplacement Security Surveillance Sub System for useat Ontario Power Generation (OPG) Generating Facilities.This work entailed the detailed design, documentation,procurement, and training related to these replacementsystems. Integration requirements were satisfied by thedevelopment of custom software and integration hardwarewhich was specially designed and developed by IBIGroup staff. IBI Group also provided assistance with theinstallation, which was performed by staff at OPG whowere trained and supervised by IBI GroupSecurity Optimization Program- Main Building, Ontario PowerGenerationPICKERING & DARLINGTON, ONTARIOWith a desire to improve operational efficiencies,Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has commissioned theconstruction of two new security facilities at the Pickeringand Darlington Nuclear Station sites. At each stationa 90,000 sq ft Main Security Building (MSB) has beenconstructed with Giffels Associates Limited/IBI Groupproviding the comprehensive design, engineering andconstruction support. Each building provides the requiredsupport for the on-site nuclear safety officers and tacticalsupport units and facilitates an increase in the abilityto exercise entry and exit control to the protected area,permitting an increase in the volume of vehicles andpedestrian traffic that access and leave the site.Physical Barrier System,Ontario Power GenerationPICKERING & CLARINGTON, ONTARIOIBI Group worked with Ontario Power Generation (OPG) ona number of security projects related to the operations of itsnuclear power generating stations. All of the work performedby IBI Group at OPG’s Pickering Nuclear Generating Station(PNGS) and Darlington Nuclear Generating Station (DNGS)is subject to security restrictions regarding the disclosure ofdetails. Projects which have been undertaken have included:• Design of physical barrier systems surrounding both DNGSand PNGS• The design and construction of intrusion detection systems• The design and upgrading of surveillance monitoringfacilities• Evaluation of security procedures and systems5.0 INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT | SAFETY & SECURITY


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