Whether in urban or remote areas, rail networks are essential for our communities to thrive, both for their ability to provide the basic necessities to populations from coast to coast and connect people. Although often underappreciated, railroads are an integral part of international supply chain management, and one of society's cornerstones.
Extensive rail expertise
The challenges for our clients in the rail sector are considerable. They must build and maintain their rail infrastructure to ensure continuous and safe transportation service to every community, even in remote areas. They must also ensure the smooth operation of the supply chain for transporting raw materials and consumable goods. In addition, they must upgrade their infrastructure assets and structures to comply with the new Transport Canada standards and requirements.
Over time, we at CIMA+ have built an enviable reputation as a leader in railway engineering, thanks to our wide range of expertise and resources.
We know the decision-makers at every railroad companies well, and for years they have placed their trust in us. We also strive to continually deepen our expertise, which means recruiting the best in their fields and investing in employee training, innovation and R&D. Our people are actively involved in a wide range of technical industry organizations, such as the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) and American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA).
Our expertise extends beyond simple track design and includes every aspect of a railway project. At CIMA+, sharing knowledge and communicating openly and positively play a key role in integrating diverse rail-related disciplines, such as hydraulics, structural and environmental engineering, and geotechnics.
Our expertise: facts and figures
CIMA+’s achievements span more than 30 years and speak for themselves.
Discover our rail projects
Our teams have successfully completed hundreds of large-scale engineering projects.
The Pembina refinery near Redwater, Alberta is a major liquefied gas production (LGP) plant. The Redwater South Rail Yard Expansion (RSRYE) project was launched for a number of reasons,...
Once completed, the 67 km REM network will serve 26 stations on four lines: Rive-Sud, Deux-Montagnes, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue and Aéroport International Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau.
This fully automated electric light rail system will...