Technical Resource Centre

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Alberta Infrastructure Technical Resource Centre contents:

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The Technical Resource Centre is continuously updating this web content to keep it up to date. We have launched an email newsletter update service to alert users when new information is available.

The information in these pages pertains to all technical aspects of the ministry’s projects. Guidelines, standards and specifications for building infrastructure help ensure consultants and contractors comply with government’s rules and regulations.

* Note: this site and the content is currently being reviewed and updated, for any questions, please contact Cam Munro at  cam.munro@gov.ab.ca or 780-422-7456

Owned Infrastructure
This area contains resources applicable to Alberta Infrastructure's property development and property management programs for facilities owned or leased, and managed, by Alberta Infrastructure.    (Guidelines and Standards for Owned Infrastructure)

Supported Infrastructure
This area contains resources applicable to supported (grant funded) programs, that is, schools, health facilities, and post secondary facilities.     (Guidelines and Standards for Supported Infrastructure)

Health Facilities Capital Program
This area contains resources applicable to Alberta Infrastructure's Health Facilities Branch.


 

Links to associated sites:

Alberta Transportation - Manuals and Specifications
Site of Alberta Transportation (AT) manuals, design bulletins, construction bulletins, and specification changes pertaining to highways, bridges, and water management.

Alberta Municipal Affairs - Codes and Permits
The Public Safety Division of Alberta Municipal Affairs administers the framework established in the Safety Codes Act, including development of codes and standards adopted in Alberta, providing advice and technical support related to the Act to the public, industry, all municipalities and the Safety Codes Council, monitoring the work of municipalities, corporations and agencies that administer the Act or provide services under the Act, and managing agencies under contract to provide services such as permits and inspections for municipalities that do not administer the Act in their jurisdiction.