MIG Engineering is well known as a supporter of the community, youth and the arts in Sarnia/Lambton.

The Company

MUNICIPAL / public


MIG’s early history included providing services to the federal, provincial and municipal governments. MIG’s past and current senior staff have always been involved with outside organizations including various provincial and municipal advisory boards, community board positions and on associations (e.g. Consulting Engineers of Ontario and Professional Engineers Ontario), Two MIG Presidents, Bill Graham and current President Marty Raaymakers have served as Chairman of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce. MIG is well known as a supporter of the community, youth and the arts.

The Public

Many projects completed by the firm are important to the public and the business community. MIG’s senior staff and predecessors drained Lake Wawanosh (east of Modeland Road area in Sarnia) and Lake Smith (Thedford Bog in Lambton Shores), engineered sanitary sewers and potable water for many communities in Lambton County and beyond, re-constructed major urban streetscapes, designed municipal buildings, designed the Telfer Diversion project (formerly Sarnia Township), managed the construction of Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport, played major roles in the CN Tunnel and the Blue Water Bridge second span (both in Canada and the US), and designed many aspects of the current Blue Water Bridge Canada plaza over the past 25 years.

We have designed and construction managed close to 400 bridge and culvert structures in the tri-county area (to date) as well as dozens of sewage and water systems, roads and municipal infrastructure projects, and buildings over the course of over 55 years.