Tracking Titan Environmental’s Ontario expansion
It hasn’t been long since Titan Environmental Containment touched down in Ontario. Now, months after establishing a new corporate location in Burlington, the geosynthetics and civil construction product specialist has stamped its mark on roads, mines, municipal landfills and wastewater lagoons, and other civil infrastructure projects across the Province.
“Even though we’ve had a presence in Ontario for several years, setting up an actual brick and mortar shop in Ontario is allowing us to better serve the market in Eastern Canada,” says Lucky Montierro, Operations Manager for Titan.
Surely, Titan has spent years establishing a reputation as a trusted supplier and installer of high-quality geosynthetics and specialty civil engineering construction products, both within Ontario and across North America. The secret to its growth, says Montierro, is the years of “boots-on-the-ground” experience it brings to all stages of a project: “We’re fortunate to have a wealth of experience on our team, and that enables us to make product and design suggestions at the early phases which can be cost-effective solutions that work for the engineers and end-users.”
“We like to approach everything from different perspectives,” he adds. “We’re always dealing with new challenges, and we like finding new efficiencies or solutions we never thought of before.”
Building a reputation
Recent years have seen Titan contribute to several high-profile projects throughout Ontario. Among the highlights include a lining project at a new waste management facility in Port Hope where they installed over 900,000m² of HDPE geomembrane, geotextile and geosynthetic clay liner (GCL) to three radioactive waste cells.
“That project demanded rigorous quality control (QC),” explains Montierro. “We’d gone through that level of QC before, so we were able to come in with a conductive liner that ensured a watertight lining system.