Your Project Partner in Land Development.

Professional Civil Engineering and Environmental Solutions.

A small company with a big impact on your bottom line.

Bolson Engineering and Environmental Services is a professional civil engineering company based in Edmonton, Alberta.  We deliver state-of-the-art industrial, municipal and commercial land development solutions to our clients mainly across Alberta.  Furthermore, our reach has extended to clients all across Canada and the United States.

We specialize in phase one and two environmental site assessments (Phase 1 and 2 ESAs),  preliminary and detailed designs and full cycle project management.

Our team has decades of land development civil engineering experience.   We have designed and project managed tank farms, roads/highways, subdivisions, infills, campgrounds, gas stations, parking lots, new developments, storage facilities, spray parks, road detours, pipeline relocations, and culvert mapping, etc.  We have done over a thousand Phase One Environmental Site Assessments.   You name it, we’ve done it.

Our Philosophy

Our favorite slogan is “Plan your development”.  Therefore our Corporate Responsibility philosophy is to connect business to communities by engaging people to develop professionally, personally and ethically.   We always conduct business with integrity and strive to create opportunities to develop our future leaders to solve real world problems.   Over the years we have sponsored a number of sports teams and donated to a variety of non-profit foundations.

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Abandoned Wells in Alberta

Did you know Alberta has an Orphan Well Association? This non-profit organization was created between the Alberta government and the Oil and Gas industry to manage the environmental risks of abandoned wells that don’t have any legal or financially responsible party....

Abandoned Wells in Alberta Supreme Court Ruling (January 2019)

Abandoned oil and gas wells and pipelines are a growing problem in Alberta and could eventually end up costing taxpayers and landowners up to $300 billion dollars to reclaim these abandoned wells. Some of the wells have been sitting for 40+ years. The D. Howe...

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