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Best Practices for Tailings Dam Design

Background Recent major tailings dam failures have led to an industry-wide review of the design and management of tailings storage facilities. Before the 1960s, mine tailings were often disposed directly into ponds, lakes, rivers or natural topographic depressions, or stored … Read More

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Join Us at GeoOttawa 2017

Klohn Crippen Berger (KCB) will be presenting a short course on Liquefaction Analysis & Seismic Remediation of Dams on October 1 at GeoOttawa 2017, the 70th Canadian Geotechnical Conference and the 12th Joint CGS/IAH-CNC Groundwater Conference. This course will include … Read More

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Harvie Passage Tested by Kayakers

The Harvie Passage on the Bow River in Calgary is scheduled to re-open to the public in the summer of 2018. Prior to the Harvie Passage Project (previously called the Calgary Bow River Weir Project), the “Calgary Weir” represented the … Read More

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New Paper by KCB Staff Published in CDA Bulletin

KCB staff members Neil Heidstra and Katie Dodman, along with former colleague John Nunn and project team members at BC Hydro and SNC-Lavalin, wrote a paper entitled Roller Compacted Concrete Buttress at the Site C Clean Energy Project. Their paper … Read More

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