Project Highlights

Project Highlights

At JEA we have had the opportunity to work with a variety of clients.


Whether The JEA team are out and about at community events, supporting local initiatives, expanding operations or championing post secondary education you will find photos and updates within this section.

April 4, 2019

Harewood Neighbourhood Gets a New Quality Foods

Nanaimo’s Harewood neighbourhood has experienced considerable growth over the last few years with new subdivisions bringing additional housing and many more residents to the area. J.E.Anderson & Associates […]
November 8, 2017

Surveying Victoria International Marina

Victoria is growing as a destination for the luxury traveller, and they are seeking high-end accommodation in B.C.’s beautiful capital and moorage for their luxury yachts. It’s the […]
April 21, 2016

Pacific Gateway Marina Revitalization Project in Port Renfrew

At J.E. Anderson & Associates’ (JEA) Victoria office, both the surveyors and engineers have been working on the Pacific Gateway Marina project, owned by the Mill Bay Marina […]
January 21, 2016

Tofino Adopts New Subdivision Bylaws

J.E. Anderson & Associates’ Nanaimo office recently helped the District of Tofino over a one-year period to develop a set of Subdivision Bylaws that were adopted by District […]
January 21, 2016

J.E. Anderson Surveyors Working on Coho Ferry Wharf

For the last eight years, Land Surveyors at J.E. Anderson & Associates have been working with Black Ball Ferry Line on various aspects of their property. Over the […]
July 31, 2014

Consolidating the Comox Valley Regional Landfill

JE Anderson is working on a road closure and plans to consolidate the three parcels of land into one at the Comox Valley Regional Landfill in Cumberland. They […]
July 31, 2014

Road Reconstruction Project in Courtenay

Staff at the Parksville office of JE Anderson are supporting Vancouver’s Dillon Consulting in a road reconstruction project they are working on for the City of Courtenay. JE […]
June 4, 2014
Salt Spring Island Traffic

Cycling and Walking Safer On Saltspring As J. E. Anderson’s Nanaimo Office Wraps up 2-year Project

Residents and visitors alike will appreciate the work done by Jeff Tomlinson and the Nanaimo JEA office for years to come on scenic Saltspring Island.  “You used to […]
July 26, 2013

Phase One of Salt Spring Island’s Multi-Use Pathway for People Completed

Congestion on roadways is a problem at any time, but in popular summer destinations where pedestrians, cyclists, mobile scooter users and others are trying to get from A […]