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Super•Cor Box, Vist-A-Walls team up on NL bridge replacement

February 17, 2015

AIL recently won the contract to design and supply a Super•Cor Box Culvert and Vist-A-Wall Wingwalls on a concrete bridge replacement project in Gander Bay, NL. The succesful bid was the culmination of an extensive lead-up effort with the project partners, and a good illustration of how we work with them through the full project cycle.

Vist-A-Wall abutments support new Kelowna, BC overpass

February 17, 2015

The Sneena Road Overpass was being built for the BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure to help reduce congestion and calm traffic on the busy stretch of Highway 97, between Kelowna and West Kelowna. The project team selected AIL’s Vist-a-Wall MSE Structural Wall System for the new overpass’s True Abutments.

AIL marks 50 years in business.

January 7, 2015

This year will be a very special year for everyone at Atlantic Industries Limited (AIL), as we celebrate our first half-century in business and look forward to the next.

Armstrong, BC employees recognized for years of service

November 13, 2014

AIL President, Mike Wilson, recently visited our Armstrong location to present two outstanding service awards. On behalf of everyone at AIL, we extend our special thanks to each of you for helping build our success.

NL town installs six Box Culverts over 24 years

November 12, 2014

Portugal Cove - St. Philip’s is one of the biggest municipalities in Newfoundland and Labrador, spreading over 56 square kilometers along rugged coastal terrain known for putting extreme demands on roads and bridges.

Super•Cor Box Culvert replaces BC bridge, relieves flooding

November 12, 2014

A narrow bridge on Bulman Road in Kelowna, BC, was frequently closed due to high water levels and flooding in Mill Creek. The City needed to find a fast and economical replacement with an open flow design that would not disrupt the sensitive fish habitat during and after construction.

'Mr. AIL', Randy Boyd, retires after 42 years of service

September 16, 2014

It was a big day recently at our Westlock, AB facility, when a special event was held as Plant Manager, Randy Boyd, finally “left the building” after 42 years.

NBDTI chooses AIL aluminum for large coastal culvert

September 16, 2014

When the New Brunswick Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (NBDTI) was looking for a large aluminum culvert for a saltwater installation near Cocagne, AIL got the nod to produce and deliver the required pipe.

Quick solution makes for happy campers in BC

September 16, 2014

BC’s Shuswap Lake region is known for its recreational alternatives — boating, houseboating and camping — serious camping. So, it was no laughing matter when the Cottonwood Family Campground was facing a tight May long weekend deadline for their new Pedestrian Bridge.

Hope to see you at TAC 2014 in Montréal, September 28 - October 1

September 8, 2014

Hosted by the ministère des Transports du Québec and la Ville de Montréal the 2014 Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) Conference & Exhibition will be celebrating the Association's 100th anniversary.

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