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95% decrease

in the use of virgin aggregate resources.

33,166 tonnes

of recycled material used.

6.6M MJ energy savings

equivalent to 200,000 L of gasoline or one year of electricity to power 221 homes.

Award-Winning Innovation and Sustainability in Construction

The Haldimand County project earned Walker the ORBA Green Leadership and Sustainability Award for its demonstrated environmental stewardship, innovative thinking and sustainable approach to construction. The award comes from a partnership between the Ontario Road Builders’ Association (ORBA), the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) and the Ontario Good Roads Association (OGRA). It recognizes environmental leadership and sustainability measures in the construction of Ontario’s transportation infrastructure. The award supports new products, innovations in equipment, best management practices and construction methods that align with sustainability and environmental protection objectives.

Flexibility and innovation to build greener roads. Call us to chat about how we can help you reach your sustainability goals.

The Chippewas of Nawash First Nations undergoes community repair after flood damage with environmental sensitivity top of mind.

Cape Croker, Ontario

Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation put out a request for tender to repair severe flood damage to their community.

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Efficiency and quality of work stand out as Walker completes construction of Grey-Bruce’s first roundabout at Highway 21 and County Road 10 with minimal traffic disruption.

Alvanley, Ontario

A high traffic intersection in Alvanley, Ontario is home to a new roundabout – the first of its kind for both Grey & Bruce Counties – thanks to the work of Walker Construction (formerly Harold Sutherland Construction).

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