Recent projects

Englobe is the only company in Quebec certified by ECO Canada to provide BEAHR training to Indigenous people

Englobe, through its Wabajuu joint venture, was charged with preparing courses under the BEAHR training program and delivering them to members of the Nemaska community.


Green Roof, TD Bank – Toronto, ON

B+H architectural firm (Toronto) retained Englobe as the lead advisor for the design and installation of a green roof atop the TD pavilion, located in Toronto


Global Quality Control and Supply Soil to Landscape the City of Québec Amphitheatre Site (Centre Vidéotron)

Initiated in 2012, the $400 M project brought Englobe to perform the materials quality control for all the construction works of the multipurpose building (sportive, cultural and community).


Management of Roof Maintenance – Longueuil, QC

For over a decade, Englobe has managed roof maintenance for Pratt & Whitney, a world leader in the aerospace industry with its head office and main production centre in the Longueuil industrial park.


Marlins Park Stadium Roof – Florida, USA

Englobe was involved in the in-plant construction work on the Marlins Park stadium in Florida.


Building Envelope Inspection – Province of Quebec

Englobe was hired to perform visual inspection of the building envelopes on 43 buildings owned by Bell Canada, located across the province of Québec.


Pavement Rehabilitation and Thorough Geotechnical Surveys in Kootenay National Park – Highway 93S, AB

Englobe was asked to prepare a rehabilitation plan for the pavement along a 104km road in Kootenay National Park, located in the Rocky Mountains.


Asbestos Management – Central, Southwest and Eastern Ontario

Englobe provided consulting services for the preparation of tender calls for asbestos surveys for more than 2,000 buildings owned by the province of Ontario.


South Canoe Wind Turbine Project – Lunenburg, NS

Englobe completed geotechnical surveys for the wind park located 25 km south-west of Windsor (Vaughan and New Russell regions).


Rehabilitation of Durban and Padloping Islands – Nunavut

In 2012, Englobe won a bid for the environmental remediation of a former radar station that was part of the Distant Early Warning Line “DEW Line”, and an abandoned weather station located on two neighbouring islands in Nunavut.


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