The Burgoyne Bridge

As Canada’s leading cultural resource management firm, ASI is dedicated to, as our motto aptly states, “To best preserve our cultural heritage legacy in any planning and development context.” To that end, we employ many tools from our toolbox that are not necessarily trowels and shovels. The Burgoyne Bridge in St. Catharines, Ontario, is an […]

Nordheimer Burial Vault

Redevelopment of a 1920s residential lot near Davenport Road and Spadina Road in Toronto on the former estate of Glen Edyth, led to the discovery of an elaborate burial vault that formerly held the remains of the Nordheimer family.

The Village of Ayr

ASI recently conducted a cultural heritage resource assessment in the Village of Ayr in the Township of North Dumfries, Region of Waterloo. The purpose of the assessment was to create an inventory of built heritage resources and cultural heritage landscapes along three streets in the study area, including sections of Swan Street, Stanley Street, and Northumberland […]