Feasibility Studies

  • Canyon city 2014

    Project Description

    In response to numerous spot land applications occurring in the area of Canyon Creek, Inukshuk was retained investigate whether the area would be suitable for a planned rural residential subdivision. The report concluded that a planned subdivision would complement the current nature of development and reduce sprawl. Two conceptual options for subdivision design were provided to the client.

    Client: 

    Government of Yukon

     
  • fishlake sm

    Project Description

    Inukshuk examined the planning and development implications associated with numerous spot land applications in the Fish lake area. The study examined land suitability, potential servicing costs and potential land use conflicts between area users and the different land values present.

    Client: 

    Government of Yukon

  • McGowan Lands 2014

    Project Description

    The study examined the feasibility of creating a new subdivision for non-soil based agriculture and rural residential use southwest of Whitehorse. The study examined land suitability, servicing cost and compatibility with existing development and other land values present.

    Client:

    Government of Yukon

  • Swan Hills

    Project Description

    The challenge was to determine whether a privately owned railway could be built to provide coal for a steam generating plant at Cold Lake for tertiary oil recovery. An initial assessment was required in a week. A route was identified, the approvals and environmental assessment requirements determined, and the results presented to senior management by the deadline.

    Client:

    Esso Resources Canada

  • 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