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Find a Way or Make One

They say time flies when you’re doing what you love, and we couldn’t agree more. It’s been a decade since our first micropile job, and we can’t imagine our business without it.

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Out with the New, in with the Old

Though the concept of urbanization accelerates the cities we live in, a resurgence in the restoration of heritage buildings is still very much alive. Located in Toronto’s busy downtown, 642 King St. W. is a 30,000 ft² four-storey, restored brick and beam building of mixed office and retail space.

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Deep Roots - Building a Business on a Solid Foundation

We've been feeling a little nostalgic around our office these days. It could be that everyone is buzzing about a new exciting batch of projects or the creeping feeling that winter days are just around the corner. Regardless of why we are feeling it, we can't deny that things are different from when we first opened our doors in 1973.

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Building Foundations

With the noble goal of assisting women who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness, Belinda’s Place stands as the brightest light on a high-traffic Yonge Street corner in Newmarket. 

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What's behind the letters G, E, O?

Our quarterly industry publication, the GEO Newsletter is surely one of our favourite communication pieces. From a marketing perspective, it shines light on the industry which we are so passionate about and takes EBS as a company out of focus – and believe us, sometimes we a need a break from all that boasting.

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Back to School from a Co-op Term

My name is Josh Simpson and I’m about to start my fifth and final year of the Geological Engineering program at the University of Waterloo. The program is five years and incorporates a maximum of six different four month co-op terms that are scattered between academic terms.

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Through Frozen Ground, Cobbles & Boulders

A proposed 55,000 square foot Cineplex movie theatre in Kitchener, ON was to be built and EBS was awarded the project to support highly loaded columns in the structure. In addition to compression loads, the columns also had to resist uplift loads.

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