Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission Liquor Distribution Centre
The new Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) Liquor Distribution Centre will be the primary facility in AGLC’s warehouse network, handling all fast moving product and serving as the central hub for order assembly and shipment. The warehouse, located in St. Albert, is 543,000 square feet, with 470,000 square feet dedicated solely to warehouse space. The warehouse is roughly the size of eight football fields and has the storage capacity of over 70,000 pallets of product.
The structural challenges of the project involved unfavorable geotechnical conditions, necessitating a structural slab supporting 40 foot high, reconfigurable racking that still had to meet a “very flat” floor specification. Over 2800 continuous flight auger piles and 7,000,000 pounds of structural steel were required to meet the demands of this $142 million facility.
Michael Swanson, M.Eng., P.Eng., MBA is a partner with BPTEC Engineering specializing in building structural engineering. His design and construction experience over the last 14 years spans a diverse range of infrastructure, institutional, and private sector projects. Recent projects include the AGLC Warehouse and the Edmonton New Remand Centre.
Benjamin McNab, B.Sc. (Mathematics), B.Sc. (Civil Engineering), M.Eng., P.Eng is a structural engineer with BPTEC Engineering with an unusual background. A journeyman rodbuster with a degree in mathematics, he settled between the two in structural engineering, and provides an academic approach while minding practical sensibilities. Recent projects include the AGLC Warehouse, Elk Island Catholic School Central Learning Services Office and Shop, and the Wye School Replacement.
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One Day Symposium - Ticket Sales End October 17th!
As technology continues to evolve, so does the field of Civil Engineering. Technological advancements have allowed for innovations to challenge established norms. Innovations in technology, processes and delivery tools and methods have revolutionized traditional practices in all aspects of project planning, design and construction; and, in information management and communication processes. Rapid advancements in digital technology have allowed for information and feedback reporting to flow in real time, facilitating a more collaborative process, thereby improving the execution and delivery of large, complex projects.
Please join the CSCE Edmonton Section in this inaugural one-day symposium to showcase the following projects and advancements in the industry:
- Leadership / Disruptors - Dan Meidl, P.Eng., M.Eng., MBA
- Emerging Technologies in Structural Design - Blair Bisson, P.Eng., M.Eng. & Neil Kemp, CET, CanBIM P3
- Applications of BIM and Digitally Assisted Fabrication in the Parliament Hill Renovations - Lara Chow, BAS, MArch.
- City of Edmonton Borden Park Natural Pool - Robb Heit & Cyndi Schlosser
- Construction of the New Iqaluit Arport - Kevin Hodgins, FEC, FCSSE, P. Eng., MCSCE, API 653
- Project Delivery: Lean Design and Construction and Integrated Project Delivery - Dick Bayer
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Presented By: Andrew Lischuk, M.Eng., P.Eng., LEED AP & Steven Weinbeer MBA, M.Eng., P.Eng. - Stantec
Presented by: Dan Morin, P.Eng., PMP, STS & Leon Seto - AECOM
Presented by: Millan Sen, Ph.D., P.Eng. - Enbridge
Presented by: John MacKenzie, P.Eng. - AECOM
Bresented by: Stephanie McCabe, MASc., P.Eng. (City of Edmonton) & Michele Perret, M.A. (Stantec)