Some of our key projects are listed here.
At RAE, we believe effective project management, cost and schedule controls are critical to successfully delivering a project of any complexity. RAE subscribes to the internationally recognized Project Management Institute (PMI) approach wherein the successful project addresses the key issues more effectively and efficiently while the projects are completed as per the scope and within the schedule and budget.
A list of key projects that have been successfully delivered to our valuable clients by our project managers, engineers, technicians and other dedicated staff of RAE:
The Seventy-Six complex is the world's first tripple net-zero (zero energy, zero water and zero waste) development by our development partner, South End Development. This award-winning project revitalizes the community of the historic South End. The The Seventy-Six complex explores new boundaries in sustainable development while being environmentally conscious and economically and socially considerate.
The project location on Second Avenue is in the heart of the South End neighborhood. The mixed-use Complex features healthy, smart, eco-friendly environments. As proof of concept, this project exceeds state initiatives in sustainability and creates new opportunities for the local community. The Complex promotes well-being for every resident, partner, and employee. The Seventy-Six project represents a more robust and balanced ecosystem that will continue to be a positive impact on future generations.
RAE is part of the development team and leading the development of an affordable transit solution, traffic, transportation demand management, parking, bio-gas cogeneration system, wastewater management system and the renewable energy components to support the development of this world's first tripple net-zero development project in the Empire State. Visit https://www.southenddevelopment.com/the-seventy-six/ for more details of this remarkable project and the entire development team.
This project involves development of Subway (Underground and Above Ground Railway) Design Standard for railway stations, corridor and infrastrucutre. RAE is part of a consortium consists of architectural and engineering firms that is dedicated to develop a comprehensive Subway Design Standard for this Crown Entity that owns, operates and actively expands majority of the transit infrastrucutre across Ontario. RAE's role on this assignment includes civil engineering and strucutral engineering components of the Subway Design Standard.
Architectural, Preliminary Engineering, Detailed-Engineering, Permits & Approvals, Procurement, Construction Management and Commissioning of an 82,000 ft2 insulated panel manufacturing facility located in the Town of New Tecumseth as a Consulting Engineering firm as well as an EPCM contractor. The facility has 4,000 ft2 two story office space, 78,000 ft2 manufacturing floor with various semi-automatic machineries for manufacturing, chemical storage and handling area, 12 tonne crane system, complete HVAC system, electrical system (1200 Amps, 600V 3 phase), plumping, discharge stack, four truck drive ins, four truck docking areas, parking space, retaining wall between the building and Beeton Creek, 200mm diameter - 250m PVC watermain, 300mm diameter – 250m PVC sanitary sewer, stormwater management system complete with retention & oil grid separator, access from 5th Line and various components for a fully functional facility. RAE’s multi-disciplinary engineering arm, construction arm along with the industry leading experts are working together to provide a turnkey solution to Toronto Sheet Metal. The facility is expected to be in operation 2021.
The Sanitary Drop Structure Evaluation Study include the development and analysis of industry best practices for sanitary drop structures of all sizes and innovative rehabilitation options along with a review of the Region's existing drop structures. Based on the findings and engineering for the proposed best drop structure, the design team is recommending a case study for an innovative rehabilitation method/technology, and propose a new standard for new construction of drop structures for the Region.
RAE is responsible for completing hydraulic analysis and two-phase (water and air) Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modeling for the proposed drop structure design and rehabilitation technology within the context of the selected sewer system with multiple drop structures and confirm its suitability for the Region from technical, economical and constructability perspectives.