Wildlife Overpass, Banff National Park, Alberta
Wildlife Underpasses, Trans-Canada Highway, New Brunswick
Wildlife Overpass, Poland, EU (AIL International)
Oil Sands Wildlife Underpass, Fort McMurray, Alberta Wildlife Underpass, Kootenay National Park, BC
Wildlife Crossing Projects:
Tight site calls for two-stage construction »
We also specialize in Fish Passage Solutions
According to the size and nature of the crossing, we offer a variety of solutions in Structural Plate, Corrugated Steel Pipe or Atlantic Arch with integrated footings. Corrosion/abrasion-resistant Dur•A•Span Structural Aluminum Plate is particularly well-suited to saltwater or aggressive environments. We can also provide specialized fish baffle inserts for some designs.
Fish Passage Projects:
GRS fish passage is first project completed through national conservation program »
Multi-partner team keeps Maine crossing out of a Jam »
Minimal site impact
Our open-bottom structural plate crossings install quickly with less disruption to natural stream habitat when compared to their concrete counterparts. Plus, there is very little maintenance required over their service lives — further reducing impact for decades to come.
Wildlife Underpass, Route 1, New Brunswick
Recycled and recyclable steel
Many of AIL products use a high degree of steel, the world’s most-recycled material. Given the increased awareness of “green” construction, steel is the material of choice because of its major recycled content and recyclability attributes. Steel products use less energy to manufacture, ship and install than their concrete counterparts.