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Elk Park Ranch

Radium Hot Springs, BC

SCOPE Projects is a professional design-build landscape architectural firm specializing in the planning and construction of rural residential, multi-family, golf course, and municipal engineering projects. We also have a unique specialty in the design and construction field of all types and sizes of water features, specializing in utilizing current non-chemical water treatment techniques. A listing of our professional skills and services include:

·Landscape architectural design and planning, imaging and project costing ·Land planning

Elks Golf Club

Calgary, AB

·Landscape construction (including roadwork, grading and earthworks, natural stone and concrete block retaining walls, decks, drainage solutions, tree and shrub planting, and irrigation design and installation ·Golf course design and construction ·Water feature design and construction (including storm retention ponds, creeks, and dry creek beds) ·Municipal works (engineered berms, land restoration/rehabilitation, bridges) ·Complete construction management

Elbow River Bank Restabilization Bracken Road Flood Dike and Gate Ironwood Bridge

Bragg Creek & Calgary, AB

Located in Bragg Creek, Alberta, (45 kilometers west of Calgary) SCOPE Projects have been in operation for 12 years. The partners of SCOPE Projects having over 70 years combined experience in the design and construction field in over 12 countries. SCOPE Projects prides itself on having a unique combination of professional design experience, along with an in-depth knowledge of construction methods, which only comes with years of experience in many different settings. We take particular pride in knowing that the projects that we have participated in have added value to all of our clients property and holdings. RonaldPeiluck CEO RobertMcDonnell President GeoffHutchison Operations Supervisor

Challenge: SCOPE Projects were asked to examine the existing fairway conditions of the fairway on the 15th hole for the Carnmoney Golf Course in the winter of 2002. The hole suffered from extremely uneven and unplayable fairway conditions, despite being rebuilt by other companies numerous times. The existing drainage system was completely under-performing, to the extent that pipes were coming out of the ground, and the fairway was frequently soggy and saturated with moisture. Solution: Armed with their knowledge of soils and with some historical data, the soil conditions were thoroughly analyzed visually and scientifically by sampling a small number of small test holes. With the findings, new design recommendations were provided soon thereafter. In those recommendations were a combination of two new drainage systems and soil amendments, which were successfully implemented by SCOPE Projects later in the fall of 2003. The hole has completely dried up, and the drainage system continues to perform well, even in heavy rainfall scenarios. The finished photos are from the summer of 2004.

ProjectOverview: Scope Projects have worked with the homeowner owner for over 10 years, helping in the siting of the home as well as the initial shaping and design of their lake's shoreline. The relationship has continued on with Scope Projects doing all the landscape design for the property as well as the installation in the summer of 2008. Solutions: Along with an intricate retaining wall system, and extensive landscaping, the project highlight included the design and installing a 250' recirculating creek. The creek is run by a state-of-the-art variable speed pump system, and is set about 150 from the source of the creek, and is treated by a patented bog filtration system. It then flows down and over retaining walls and through their deck structures, eventually enters their 3 acre lake in the prime view from their house.

Challenge: SCOPE Projects were retained in 2007 to review landscape architectural and engineering drawings for a feature pond system to be constructed as a central amenity in the courtyard of the West 69 condominium development in the West Springs subdivision, in west Calgary. After reviewing the plans, it was determined that water quality control issues were not being addressed sufficiently, and current technologies water feature designs were not being utilized. Solution: The plan was then reworked to address the aforementioned issues, and was then resubmitted for approval by the Property Developer. After presentation of the revised design complete with costing, Scope Projects were retained to install the water feature as a turn-key feature of the development. The final installation is compromised of a 200' of stream flowing through a multi-pond system from a central filtration source. It culminates in an 8 foot wide waterfall, which then tumbles dramatically down over 7 feet into a final pond. The water is then recirculated back up to the primary filtration source using computer controlled variable frequency 3-phase power pumps, which also brings a cost effective component to the operational aspect of the feature. The emergent plants in the patented marsh filter technology, gives the water filtration source a natural appearance, while supporting the aesthetics of the feature, and supplying varied habitat for wildlife.

Challenge: To design and build a self-contained bacterially driven water feature in a new executive golf course. The feature is integral to the aesthetics and challenge of the golf course, while also being constructed and engineered to work with minimum maintenance and continuously recirculate with the upper pond over 50 vertical feet above the lower pond. Solution: In the project SCOPE Projects designed, and constructed an upper pond 100' x 75' complete with two 4' waterfalls flowing into it, which in turn flowed into a 530' creek, with a series of waterfalls throughout its length. The creek winds up in a 55' x 35' lower pond, which wraps around the 7th green, below a series of stepped retaining walls. The water is then recirculated back up to the upper pond to begin cycling through the system again. This is one of the first known applications of an environmentally driven filtration system applied in a golf course in Canada, with the project subsequently featured in the September/ October issue of Turf & Recreation, a national publication for the landscape industry.

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GreenConstruction5th&7th Earl Grey Golf Club Calgary, AB

WaterFeatureRedevelopment Enmax Power Corporation Calgary, AB

RearYardRedevelopment Isbister Residence Calgary, AB

CourtyardConceptDevelopment Canmore, AB

FairmontHotSpringsResorts Ltd. Mountainside Golf Course Fairmont, BC

StormwaterRetentionPond Calgary, AB

RearYardRedevelopment Carey Residence Bearspaw, AB

ParkConceptDevelopmentCity Calgary, AB

ThePortalatStewartCreek Three Sisters Mountain Village Canmore, AB

MasterPlanningandProperty Development Bearspaw, AB


15 River Drive South Bragg Creek, AB

RonaldPeiluck CEO RobertMcDonnell President phone: fax: email: mail: 403.949.2785 403.949.2755 [email protected] SCOPE Projects

Box 1138 Bragg Creek,AB T0L 0K0


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