Over the past sixty years, the firm has undertaken a variety of survey projects throughout British Columbia while being primarily involved in residential and commercial land development in the Lower Mainland area. Below are a few examples of our recent projects.
Britannia Bay Properties, Britannia Beach
Hobbs, Winter & MacDonald is involved in the subdivision and development of the Britannia Beach Townsite, as well as lands east of the Townsite.
Burrard Inlet Indian Reserve No.3, North Vancouver
Hobbs, Winter & MacDonald has worked on all aspects of the development of the reserve, including legal surveys of parcels, topographic surveys, building layout and preparation of sublease plans for the “Raven Woods”, and “Destiny” projects. The firm is currently involved in the “Seymour Village” project on Indian Reserve No.3.
Nordstrom Renovation, Vancouver
Hobbs, Winter and MacDonald was involved throughout the renovation of the old Sears building at Robson and Granville in downtown Vancouver. Over the course of 2 years crews were on site weekly to provide gridline layout, elevation benchmarks, and as-built surveys.
North Shore Automall, North Vancouver
Hobbs, Winter & MacDonald was involved in the development of the Harbourview Business Park, which includes the North Shore Automall. The project consisted of topography, a block outline survey, volume calculations of stockpiles, monitoring of settlement gauges and building layouts.
Alderside Foreshore Sanitary Design, Port Moody
Hobbs, Winter and MacDonald provided topography for future improvements to an existing sanitary line. The survey was conducted along a mile long stretch of foreshore, locating features such as docks, ramps, boat houses and services.
Foreshore Encroachment Surveys, West Vancouver
Hobbs, Winter & MacDonald provided the Municipality of West Vancouver with foreshore encroachment surveys.
PEC Site, West Vancouver
Hobbs, Winter & MacDonald has worked with environmental and geotechnical companies for several years at this site. Work has involved settlement gauges, monitoring wells and test pits.
Allied Shipbuilders, North Vancouver
Hobbs, Winter & MacDonald provided legal surveys, ground control for aerial topography, detail pick-up and soundings along approximately 2,500 feet of the mouth of the Seymour River. As improvements are constructed and dredging programs carried out, the original plans are continually updated.