This community-led approach to planning uses a holistic process to create a roadmap towards sustainability, self-sufficiency, and improved governance capacity.
In March 2021, Radloff partnered with the Village of McBride to develop a Maintenance Management System and a Capital Asset Management System to support and develop the community’s infrastructure.
In 2017, Radloff with asked to find a way to assess the maintenance practices of indigenous schools across BC with the goal of identifying those that were successful or struggling and to understand why.
Prior to finalizing the MMP, Radloff and LTN hosted a presentation to the community’s maintenance staff, detailing the proposed plan. This meeting served as an opportunity for the maintenance personnel to provide their input.
In June 2019, Radloff began working with Talka Nation to create a Maintenance Management Plan that would equip the community with a reliable maintenance tracking tool and support their desire for self-sufficiency.
In 2021, Radloff and Saulteaux Engineering & Consulting combined their extensive experience to provide inspection and asset reporting services to indigenous communities in Ontario.
Radloff, in partnership with Core6 Environmental, worked with the town to develop a long term stormwater management design.
Promoting Community Growth through Asset Management: Detailed Condition Assessments of Housing Assets
Detailed condition assessments of the housing and a 35-year asset management plan that provides a road map for future growth and planning.
Western Acres is an engineered wetland, meaning it was adapted to accommodate the wastewater system.
Our team was called in the day prior to the evacuation notice being lifted to determine if homes were safe to occupy.
Exploring evapo-transpiration solutions for an overloaded lagoon & wetland wastewater system.
Engineering & planning services for an ambitious, $600 million, 97-acre Business Park development.
Radloff acted as the Owner’s Engineer for this extensive BC Hydro, Site C: Worker Accommodation project.
Radloff assessed three potential sites for the development of affordable housing.
Radloff's contribution to this $20 million project consisted of subdivision design, rezoning support, and detailed site design for the new dealership.
Radloff & the City of Prince George partnered to create an interactive design for the Shelley Wastewater Lagoon System to improve its functionality as a septage landfill facility.
In conjunction with the BC Bioenergy Network, Radloff prepared a feasibility study and design of the first off-grid BioEnergy system in North America.
Radloff provided rezoning assistance, design development, and construction supervision of the 6-storey, 174-guestroom Courtyard by Marriott Prince George.
In order to protect their water sources from potentially adverse effects of wastewater and to create a healthy environment, these two communities have asked Radloff to develop a long-term waste management strategy.
Radloff provided a comprehensive report along with recommendations for both preventative & responsive measures that could be taken to protect the City's main water source.
Radloff's staff conduct regularly scheduled sewage lift station, sanitary collection main, and water distribution & treatment maintenance services, as well as training and supporting operations staff.
Radloff completed a $2.4 million upgrade to the Village of McBride's wastewater treatment systems.
Providing Thorough and Reliable Asset Management Assessments to First Nations Communities in BC - ACRS & E-ACRS
Our highly qualified team of inspectors assesses the condition of roads, bridges, water, wastewater, solid waste, schools, community buildings, and vehicles.