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Goderich Ag Park Donation


March 2018 - Members of the Goderich Agricultural Park fund raising committee met with the owners of B. M. Ross and Associates Limited to celebrate their donation to the Ag. Park revitalization project.


For the past 67 years BMROSS has been providing engineering services to Goderich and communities across Southwestern Ontario. BMROSS is pleased to assist Goderich in this much needed recreation project.




BMROSS a Friend of the Match


BMROSS is pleased to provide support for the 100th edition of the International Plowing Match being held in Huron County, September 19-23, 2017, in Walton.


Highway 8 Clean-UP


For many years BMROSS has sponsored the clean-up of a section of Highway 8 through the Holmesville Area.

The 2017 Clean-Up crew with the “fruits” of their labour.


Donation to Bayfield River Valley Trail Association


BMROSS has a long history of providing services to Bayfield and the Municipality of Bluewater and were pleased to participate in the fundraising effort.


Restored Green Bridge


BMROSS assisted with the rehabilitation of the historic 118 year old Green Bridge in St. Marys. Click here for the full article.


Bathymetry Survey


BMROSS was hired to collect data using a survey grade GPS and echo sounder for the Wildwood Reservoir. The collection of a fine grid of water depth points will be used by the Upper Thames Conservation Authority to create bathymetric contours for calculating flood storage quantities. See Photos... Upper Thames River CA flickr account, and here for the UTRCA media release.


BMROSS Project Wins Award


The Township of Huron-Kinloss was recognized for exceptional performance and dedication to improving the Great Lakes at the 2011 State of the Lakes Ecosystem (SOLEC) Conference, held in Erie, Pennsylvania, October 26-28, 2011.


Mayor Mitch Towlan and Matt Pearson of B. M. Ross and Associates Limited (BMROSS) were present to receive a “Success Story” award for the Huron-Kinloss Community Septic Inspection (HK-CSI) Program from Marta Moszcsenska, Canadian Consul General and Kevin Johnson, U.S. Consul General.


The conference provides Canadian and US Great Lakes decision-makers and scientists with the opportunity to receive the most comprehensive, up-to-date information on the state of the Great Lakes.  Since 1996, SOLEC has honoured various organizations who have exemplified a strong commitment to improving the environment within the Great Lakes basin.


The HK-CSI, which is a mandatory program administered by BMROSS, completed the fifth year of operation at the end October. Since the program began in 2007, approximately 2,000 or 71% of properties have been inspected.  Every property in the Township of Huron- Kinloss with a septic system (including holding tanks, pit privies/outhouses) will be inspected on a rotating basis over a seven to eight year period. Each year different areas in the Township are targeted for inspection.


Mayor Twolan stated “It was an honour to accept this award on behalf of Council and to be recognized for taking the initiative to preserve the natural environment and improve water quality through the Community Septic Inspection (HK-CSI) program.”  Through education, the program encourages residents to act with the sustainability of the local ecosystem in mind, by performing regular septic system maintenance, conserving water, and minimizing the use of household chemicals.  The program represents a long term commitment on the behalf of the Township to engage and encourage residents to work towards sustainability with the environment.

L. to R. Marta Moszczenska, Matt Pearson, Mayor Mitch Twolan, Kevin Johnson



Public Tender


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Environmental Assessment


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