Henday Industrial Park, a 238-acre business area in the west end of Edmonton, hosts three large buildings that were designed to meet the needs of a variety of tenants. Each building was developed to be versatile and changeable, depending on the tenant’s space and operational requirements.
Arrow was brought in to complete the civil engineering of the project. The scope of work included the underground and service design, as it pertained to storm and sanitary water, as well as surface work to calculate elevations and ensure the property tied seamlessly into the adjacent subdivisions, roadways, and nearby railways.
As with any large project, coordination between parties was of the utmost importance. Arrow’s civil engineering team was proactive and worked to maintain open lines of communication between the civil consultants on the project: The City of Edmonton and ONE Properties.
Eager to get construction underway, development of the Henday Industrial Park started before all property approvals had been secured. To accommodate the tight timelines, Arrow’s team worked closely with the City of Edmonton to ensure all designs linked up to the city’s systems without issue.
“For us, this project stressed the importance of working together with everyone involved as if we’re one team. We’re at our best when we’re proactive and communicative.”
—Raeleen Martinez, Project Manager, Civil