As Canada’s Bridge and Infrastructure Company, Atlantic Industries Limited (AIL) operates a coast-to-coast network of sales/engineering offices and manufacturing plants.
AIL was awarded the prestigious Canada’s Best Managed Companies designation for 2019 — one of the country’s leading business award programs recognizing Canadian-owned-and-managed companies for their innovative, world-class business practices.
AIL offers a broad range of efficient solutions for the transportation, public works, railway, urban, mining and energy, forestry, northern, and development sectors.
Our products can be divided into six categories:
- Structural Plate Bridges & Tunnels >>
- Prefabricated Bridges >>
- Pipe & Drainage >>
- Abutments & Retaining Walls >>
- Sound Barrier Walls >>
- Specialty Products >>
Build in success with AIL
Whatever the sector, application or product, an AIL infrastructure solution has the value, experience, innovation, sustainability and support that will ensure your project’s success.
Build in value
By design, our custom infrastructure solutions are easy to ship and install with minimal equipment and labour requirements, making them ideal even for remote locations.
Build in experience
With over 50 years of experience on some of North America’s largest civil engineering projects, AIL is an accomplished partner in project consortiums and private/public partnerships.
Build in innovation
Committed to product research and development, AIL is an award-winning Canadian innovation leader with engineered solutions that are endorsed by engineers around the world.
Build in sustainability
Our environmentally-friendly solutions have limited site impact and virtually no maintenance requirements. Most use high quality recycled and recyclable steel or aluminum.
Build in support
AIL is a proven project partner ready to help you with full design/engineering support and dependable field service. Plus, as a member of The AIL Group of Companies, we bring a world of resources and expertise to our projects.
Engineering success for over 50 years
Engineering and success have been part of AIL’s DNA since our humble beginnings in 1965. We grew steadily through a commitment to product innovation, dependable field service and strategic acquisitions. Today, The AIL Group of Companies has operations across North America and affiliates around the world. Take a look at our 50-year timeline to see how a small regional company became a global leader in engineered infrastructure solutions.
A commitment to sustainable solutions
AIL has identified environmental stewardship and commitment to sustainability as part of our company’s strategic plan and our vision for the future. As we have in the past, we will continue to actively examine strategies to advance that vision and our commitment to leadership for our industry. Our engineered solutions deliver environmental benefits in many different ways:
- Recycled and recyclable steel
Many of AIL products use a high degree of steel, the world’s most-recycled and most-recyclable material. Steel products also use less energy to manufacture, ship and install than their concrete counterparts.
- Naturally-weathering steel
Our Prefabricated Bridges are made from recycled steel and are available in a naturally-weathering steel that provides a number of environmental benefits.
- Minimal site impact
Efficient bridge and culvert designs install quickly and easily with minimal site impact.
- Open-flow designs
Wide-span capability prevents blockages and flooding associated with concrete box designs.
Virtually no maintenance compared to concrete, reduces future costs, negative site impact.
- Salt and soft water
Use of corrosion/abrasion-resistant Dur•A•Span Aluminum protects both salt and soft water habitat.
- Fish passages
Fish baffle inserts and open-bottomed culverts with integrated footings facilitate fish movement.
- Wildlife crossings
Custom-designed underpass and overpass crossings help protect species, preserve habitat, and increase safety.
- Culvert relines
Help salvage older structures and avoid the cost, safety and environmental issues of full replacement.