Bridge Demolition Downtown Toronto
QM performed Demolition and Engineering services to remove the existing concrete bridge (circa 1928) adjacent to the Metrolinx […]
CFB Comox Fire Fighting Training Area Remediation
The Canadian Forces Base Comox, situated in the town of Comox, BC, on the east-central coast of Vancouver […]
Portlands Flood Protection 33.6 – Polson Slip Wet Excavation and Finishes
QM Environmental was awarded the RFP 33.6 Subcontract as part of the Portlands Flood Protection and Enabling Infrastructure project in Toronto.
Oak Bay Lodge Demolition
During 2021 and 2022, our hazmat abatement crews have worked over 40,000 person-hours to safely remove and dispose […]
Roadside Spill Response at Abbotsford, British Columbia
On December 2nd, around 10:50am, a Super B tanker truck carrying approximately thirty thousand litres of oil was […]
Gunnar Other Site Aspects Remediation
In June 2019, QM Environmental, through its limited partnership with Point Athabasca Contracting LP (“QM Points LP” or […]
Roadside Spill Response at Highway 1
Effective October 30, 2018, the BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy made it mandatory for any […]
Cooling Tower #3
Within the months of January and February, QM Environmental provided Abatement and Demolition services for a mechanical cooling tower built in the '70s.
University of Victoria Housing and Dining
QM was awarded the contract to abatement and demolish 2 residence buildings and 1 student dining and meeting hall for a Student Dining and Housing Project on the University of Victoria Campus located in Victoria, BC.
Former Lejac Residential School Foundation Remnant Infrastructure Demolition
With the history and significance of the site and the cost savings we could provide with our in-house remediation and Haz-Mat divisions, QM jumped on the opportunity to bid on the work.
Highway 63 in Northern Alberta is a busy stretch of highway connecting the communities of the Athabasca Oil Sands. As the main artery feeding in and out of oil industry hotspots like Fort McMurray.
KEL,SET (Reay) Creek Pond Remediation
QM Environmental completed a remedial excavation of approximately 5,100 cubic meters of sediment from a pond where contaminated sediment had accumulated from Victoria International Airport runoff.
On a remote corner of Vancouver Island, an open pit copper mine abandoned in 1967 became the source of contamination for a historically rich aquatic habitat, the Tsolum River.
Gallant Creek Sediment Basin
Construction and Installation of a Sediment Debris Trap Structure. QM LP was selected by the District of North Vancouver to complete a sediment basin construction project at Gallant Creek.
Harbour Towers Hotel
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.
Victoria High School – Technical Wing
QM Environmental was awarded the contract for the hazardous materials abatement and demolition of a multi-wing, multi-storey high school.
Surrey Memorial Hospital
Infection Control and Select Interior Demolition. QM was awarded The Surrey Memorial Hospital Pharmacy Upgrade – Infection Control and Select Interior Demolition in May 2014.
St. George’s Building Abatement
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.
Southern Alberta Institute Of Technology
Abatement and Demolition of Former Owasina Hall Residence. QM Environmental was selected to complete the abatement and demolition of a 23-storey high rise building near downtown Calgary.
Sears Abatement Project
Performing Work Without Operational Interruptions. In late October 2015, the Sears store in St. Catharines, ON had a small house fan overheat and catch fire inside the boiler room.
Powers Creek Water Treatment Plant
QM Environmental was awarded the contract for the remedial excavation of approximately 8,900 cubic meters of sediment from the West Kelowna Water Treatment Reservoir.
Until the discovery of its high toxicity levels, PCB (Polychlorinated Biphenyl) was a synthetic compound used frequently in commercial and industrial applications. In the 1980s.
Mount Blenheim Excavation
Remote Access Remedial Excavation. QM Environmental was awarded the contract to perform the remedial excavation on top of Mount Blenheim, northeast of Bamfield, British Columbia.