QM Environmental was awarded the contract to convert an existing iconic 13-storey hotel tower and 4 stories below grade into residential rental units (to be known as "The James at Harbour Towers") located in the downtown harbour of Victoria, BC.
A Toxic Legacy. Decades of neglect left this former uranium mine site in a dangerous state of decay. More than a mine site, in fact, Gunnar Mines was a community turned ghost town when in 1963, the mines shut down.
QM Environmental was awarded the St. George's Phase 1B and 2 Abatement contract by Chard Developments. The building is a mixed-use, purpose-built rental redevelopment in the heart of Central Lonsdale in North Vancouver.
QM Environmental, through its Joint Venture, QM/JJM Contracting, was awarded a contract for the remediation and restoration of contaminated soil in an infilled area of Middle Harbour, at Laurel Point Park, Victoria in British Columbia.
Remedial Excavation and Demolition Work in Remote First Nation Community. QM Environmental completed a site remediation and civil works project for the remote First Nation community of Hartley Bay located at the mouth of the inlet to Kitimat, BC.
Interior Demolition of Body Shop. QM Environmental was retained by Roberts Onsite Inc. to conduct demolition activities on the process tooling and conveyor systems at the General Motors Cami Automotive Assembly Plant in Ingersoll, ON.
Abatement and Demolition of 53-Year-Old Secondary School. On July 15, 2016, Canyon City Construction awarded QM the contract to demolish the old F.H. Collins Secondary School, working in partnership with the Kwanlin Dun First Nation.