In the late 1800’s, Alexander Baird, one of the original drainage engineering pioneers in Ontario created the canal system known as the Holland Marsh, a 7,200 acre municipally drained polder in Bradford, ON as well as the dyke system in south-east Leamington, Ontario.
Bruce D. Crozier Engineering has prepared drainage reports under provisions of The Drainage Act for the past 30 years and for the majority of the Municipalities in Essex County. These Projects have included reconstruction of existing open and enclosed Municipal Drains as well as the design and construction of new Municipal Drains, pump stations, bridges, culverts and stormwater management facilities across all of Essex County.
In that time, over 500 projects have been prepared with respect to Drainage Reports, Maintenance Schedules, Maintenance Profiles and Cost Apportionments. In addition, over 100 reports have been prepared with respect to Stormwater Management and over 200 reports for access bridges and culverts.