Community & Regional Planning

  • Copper Ridge Subdivision Redesign

    Project Description

    Inukshuk was commissioned to redesign the final development phases of Whitehorse’s largest new subdivision. The redesign responded to a variety of issues including changing lot size demands, interface fire risk and the need to lower servicing costs. 

    Client:

     Government of Yukon

  • Project Description

    Inukshuk redesigned the original plan to improve lot yield, reduce construction costs and eliminate grade problems created by the hilly terrain. The new design was more responsive to landscape features, views and ground conditions and received a positive market reception..

    Client:

    Government of Yukon

  • Haines Junction Community Development Plan

    Project Description

    Inukshuk facilitated the integration of the Village recreation, economic development & tourism plans into a single 5-year plan. The new document included an innovative work-plan format which spelled out what needed to be done, by whom and detailed when to meet specific objectives and resolve identified concerns. Performance measures were also established to measure progress.

    Client:

     Village of Haines Junction

  • Old Corw Plan

    Project Description

    This 2002 plan will guide land use decision making for the next five years. The plan is a roadmap allowing community residents to see the direction Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation (VGFN) Council proposes to go on their behalf. By defining objectives and establishing priorities, it sets out an agenda for action that both the VGFN and Government of Yukon can respond to.

    Client:

    Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation

  • Parkview Area Structure Plan

    Project Description

    The first passive solar subdivision proposed in Alberta, the 48.6 ha plan included stormwater management features to collect and direct run-off for use on an adjacent golf course. The design also accommodated two pipelines, potential extraction of natural gas and an access route to a major regional park.

    Client:

     City of Medicine Hat

  • Project Description

     Inukshuk prepared 2 development options & servicing plans for the escarpment lands between the Yukon River, McIntyre Creek & Mountainview Drive.

    Client:

     Government of Yukon

  • Saxton Project

    Project Description

    This mixed residential/commercial office tower was designed to complement the $43M Government Centre improvement plan and the City of Edmonton’s desire to encourage new residential development in the downtown core. 

    Client:

     Saxton Development

  • South Access Area Development Scheme

    Project Description

    The ADS covered the main southern access road to Whitehorse. Affected lands included existing gravel quarries, the airport and lands identified for park use and environmental reserve. A number of long standing issues were examined, including the visual appearance of the reconstructed Robert Service Way.

    Client:

     City of Whitehorse

  • Trondek 2014

    Project Description

    Three options were prepared with associated servicing costs for this 22-hectare site at the confluence of the Yukon and Klondike rivers. Design challenges included the cost to re-grade the placer mine tailings and provide adequate flood protection.

    Client:

    Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation

  • Project Description

    Inukshuk designed a new industrial subdivision which the Town of Watson Lake developed to satisfy the need of additional industrial lots for local residents.

    Client:

    Government of Yukon