Founded in 2013, Washwa Nu, which is the former name of Waswanipi and which means “Light on the water”, is a partnership with the economic development company from the Community of Waswanipi (Cree) in the James Bay.
We manage turnkey projects with a unique effective approach, in harmony with sustainable development and natural resources. We contributes to skills development in remote areas, while maximizing local spin-offs.
Environmental assessments, monitoring, field surveys, environment inventory, conservation and compensation plans, bathymetry.
Clearing, photo-interpretation, geomorphology, mapping/inventory, assessments and
expertise, forest planning, forest roads.
Road and pipes, dikes, weirs and dams, earthworks, paving, water and sewer systems, fused pipes, pumping station, culverts demolition/replacement and installation, worksite surveillance.
Road conception and planning, path localization and optimization, engineering structures, paving and resurfacing.
Commercial, industrial, institutional and multi-dwelling units.
Excavation, drilling and blasting, drainage, tailings facilities, dikes and
dams, scouring, earthworks, waste water treatment basins, geomembrane installation, road construction.
Electric substations, power lines, railways (surveying, route, water course crossing), drone inspection, pipelines.
Urban forestry, building construction, civil works, environment, roads, infrastructures, geomatics and surveying
Geomatics and surveying
Technical surveys, topographic surveys, hydrographic surveys, drone surveys, inspection of infrastructures, digital mapping.
Washwa Nu has managed major construction projects and large-scale civil works over the last few years. Among others, we participated in the construction and dismantling of a power substation in Waswanipi, the tree clearing of the substation, the right-of-way of the 315KV power line for Hydro Quebec as well as the remedial works at the end of the project. We also carried out paving works in the Community, performed maintenance works on Highway 113 on behalf of the MTQ, and completed the rebuilding of a bridge for the Osisko mining company.
Washwa Nu, along with their environmental and forestry team, has conducted several studies on behalf of the Cree First Nation of Waswanipi on various cases such as the implementation of the Marten Monitoring Program (Wapistan), the professional support for the review of the Windfall mining project impact study, as well as tailored wildlife monitoring training. All projects were completed with the involvement of local First Nations workers.
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