Since 1970, Reinforced Earth Company Ltd. (RECo Canada) has served the Canadian construction industry, providing reliable engineered solutions for a wide variety of applications and challenges, such as MSE retaining walls and precast arches.
Reinforced Earth Company Ltd. - Canada recently provided TechSpan precast concrete arches as a crossing solution for a road realignment over a creek for the Regional Municipality of Niagara.
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The Heffley Creek Bridge is a 'true' abutment bridge located in the Heffley Creek community in the north end of Kamloops, BC.
RECo is working with PCL Construction to provide the design and supply of Reinforced Earth® (R/E) retaining walls and bridge abutments consisting of over 10,000 sqm of TerraClass® precast concrete panels.
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PROTECT is a business line in Reinforced Earth Company Ltd. that addresses critical and sensitive infrastructure from natural to man-made (including industrial) disasters.
CROSS is a business line in Reinforced Earth Company Ltd. for applications involving bridge abutments, arch bridges, cut and covers, tunnel extensions, and other crossing structures.
Our solutions are classified according to the main function of the structures to be designed.
We are excited to announce that T-WALL is a new addition to our family of proven retaining wall solutions. T-Wall has been a major wall system in the highway and railroad construction industries for three decades.
In the city of Regina, RECo Canada is finalizing the design and supply of MSE walls on the historic Regina Bypass project for the Province of Saskatchewan.
Located in the City of Toronto, the York-Bay-Yonge off-ramp to Lower Simcoe street reconstruction project is part of a large push to modernize the waterfront area.
The McKenzie Interchange Project is a grade-separated interchange on the Trans-Canada Highway at the intersection with Admirals Road and McKenzie Avenue in Saanich. The intersection is the number one bottleneck in the province of British Columbia outside of the Lower Mainland.
RECo Canada was retained by KPH Turcot, the joint venture responsible for the design-build of the main infrastructure of the Turcot Project, to design and supply over 100 Reinforced Earth® structures including abutment walls, permanent walls with a height of up to 15m and temporary walls for construction staging.
RECo Canada was retained to design and supply the four abutment wing walls for the CN-GO railway overpassing the Creditview Road in the Ontario city of Brampton.
The Hwy 11 & Victor Road Interchange connects Victor Road in the southeast area of Stonebridge to Highway 11 in the City of Saskatoon.
As part of Metrolinx’s regional transportation plan, Reinforced Earth Company Ltd. (RECo) designed and supplied material for retaining walls in the railway grade separation project over Denison Road.
Reinforced Earth Company Ltd. was retained to design and supply the retaining wall for the Mount Milligan project in British Columbia for a primary crusher structure and truck dump. It is in fact the highest MSE wall in Canada with 33m of vertical facing.
In the city of Magog, Quebec, next to Lac Memphremagog - Reinforced Earth Company Ltd. (RECo) designed and supplied a retaining wall with architectural finish located between a railway line and several commercial complexes along Rue Principale Est.
The Mississauga Transitway is part of the Ontario’s Smart Growth program that connects to a 100-km wide initiative that will create a dedicated bus corridor from Oakville to Pickering.
Reinforced Earth Company Ltd. was selected to supply approximately 4500m2 of RE Retaining walls as part of an upgrading plan to improve traffic flow at the Crowchild Trail and Flanders Avenue S.W. interchange.
The Regina Bypass is the largest infrastructure project in Saskatchewan history. Watch this video to see updates of RECo's involvement in this project.
The Hurdman East Overpass project is a Light Rail Transit (LRT) bridge overpass carrying a light rail vehicle over a pedestrian pathway. This structure is part of a large infrastructure project in Ottawa, Ontario, which involves the construction of an LRT system to span the city.
On the site of Canada’s largest church, the Saint Joseph Oratory is home to one of the iconic structures for the Reinforced Earth Company Ltd.
As part of the “Build Belleville” infrastructure development project, the City of Belleville, along with funding from the provincial and federal government, constructed a new bridge at Bay Bridge Road crossing over the CPR rail line.
The Bonaventure project started with the to refresh an important entryway into the city of Montreal by replacing the existing Bonaventure elevated expressway built in 1966.
In 2016, the Ministry of Transportation Ontario tendered a design-build project to replace crumbling infrastructure that had performed to its service life.
Have a look at the Terre Armèe Magazine NO 230, presenting our projects worldwide.
The Rt. Honourable Herb Gray Parkway project that was formerly known as Windsor Essex Parkway is the largest completed P3 project in Ontario in the last 5 years.
At the heart of Hopewell Development's new community, Mahogany Lake is the largest community lake in Calgary.
The Port Mann/Highway 1 (PMH1) Improvement Project is a component of the Gateway Program, the largest infrastructure transportation project in the history of British Columbia.
Situated in eastern Canada, the Gulf of St Lawrence opens onto the Atlantic Ocean. In the county of Sept-Rivieres in the Northeast of Quebec province, the town of Port-Cartier, 640 km from Quebec City and on the north shore of the St Lawrence river, launched a waterfront improvements program to attract shoreline residents and visitors to the town.
The northwest corner of St. Clair Avenue West and Weston Road in Toronto is home to a 600,000 square foot big box retail centre called The Stockyards. The site is a part of a large redevelopment project that consists of the construction of multiple commercial retail units in two levels and a three-storey parking garage.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Ministry of Transportation and Works requested a TechSpan concrete arch culvert constructed over the Waterford River to support a 19 m high embankment for the Team Gushue Highway Extension.