Spotlight

National Aboriginal Day
National Aboriginal Day
On June 21, Canada celebrates National Aboriginal Day – a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. The date is significant as many Indigenous…
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Statement by Michael Cautillo, President and CEO of Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority
Statement by Michael Cautillo, President and CEO of Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority
Statement For Immediate Release Statement by Michael Cautillo, President and CEO of Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority June 10, 2016     Windsor, Ontario    “The staff, Board of Directors and International Authority of the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority…
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Co-op Students
Co-op Students
WDBA 2016 Summer Farm Team – Larysa Hyzka, Joel Guerin, Devina Aujla and Jacob Lucier. The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) is continuing its partnership with the University of Windsor Co-op Program with the hiring of four new co-op students for…
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Stormwater Management: Oil and Grit Separator (OGS)
Stormwater Management: Oil and Grit Separator (OGS)
Before the perimeter access road (PAR) surrounding the Canadian Port of Entry (POE) can be built, a stormwater management system designed to collect rain run-off from the road will first need to be installed. The PAR stormwater management system is comprised…
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Box Culverts
Box Culverts
Various practices will be used at the Canadian Port of Entry (POE) to manage stormwater runoff. One of the stormwater management measures being employed is boxed culverts which will allow stormwater to be diverted from paved areas to underground channels.…
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Stormwater Management
Stormwater Management
Stormwater management measures on the Canadian Port of Entry (POE) for the Gordie Howe International Bridge include the construction of four stormwater management ponds and changes to two existing municipal drains. A stormwater management pond is a man-made…
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Conclusion of #NEM2016
Conclusion of #NEM2016
This month we have enjoyed giving you a look into our organization and the “People behind the Project” as we celebrated National Engineering Month in Canada - #NEM2016. To wrap up our series profiling members of our engineering team, we would like to…
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Our Engineering Co-ops
Our Engineering Co-ops
Our celebration of “The People Behind the Project” to mark Engineering Month in Canada continues this week. The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) has partnered with the University of Windsor Co-op Program and welcomed our first students from the…
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Utility Relocation
Utility Relocation
As part of Early Works construction, existing utilities, such as telephone, cable, and electricity transmission lines, located within the footprint of the Canadian Port of Entry (POE), will need to be relocated. Some utilities will be moved onto hydro poles…
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