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providing the resources needed for real-world solutions

providing the resources needed for real-world solutions

committing to do our best work on every project

committing to do our best work on every project

working together to solve clients’ problems as our own

working together to solve clients’ problems as our own

partnering with you, not just working for you

partnering with you, not just working for you

taking projects from concept to completion and beyond

taking projects from concept to completion and beyond

sharing a passion for our work, our clients, our company

sharing a passion for our work, our clients, our company
  • celebrating the Calgary Stampede on July 12

    The Calgary Stampede, held every July, is known as “The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth.” Each year, Barr’s Calgary office hosts a celebration of this event for clients and colleagues. This year’s party will be held on July 12 and will feature a dinner buffet and drinks at the National 8th Avenue Rooftop Patio in Calgary, Alberta. Western wear is encouraged for this adults-only event. To RSVP, clients and colleagues are requested to contact Kerri Penford (403-592-8302 or kpenford@barr.com ) or reply online at www.barr.com/STAMPEDE18 . ...
  • Shanna Braun

    Senior Environmental Scientist
    featured employee
  • remediation of former Whitehall Leather site

    assisting with cleanup and redevelopment of site near Lake Michigan
  • geotechnical assistance for mine expansion at Julienne Lake

    critical analysis is completed on fast-track schedule
  • Bill Spychalla

    Senior Water Resources Engineer
    featured employee
  • regulatory update

    In June 2016, President Obama signed into law the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act for the 21st Century, which amended the primary chemical-management law in the U.S.: the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). Read a summary, below, of the initial changes.  TSCA reform summary    December 2016   ...
  • fast-track realignment of storm sewer

    crew works through the night to install box culvert beneath railroad tracks