Banff National Park is a beautiful wild area nestled among the Rocky Mountains. A popular location for tourists the region hosts thousands of visitors every year. To maintain the natural splendor of the park and allow for better animal passage through road-divided habitat the park has erected several animal overpasses, underpasses, and culverts to allow wildlife to safely cross the busy highways without interrupting traffic. Newport was involved in the erection of each of these types of structures over three years of construction seasons. To date it is confirmed that the animal passes are indeed used even by large animals such as bears and deer to pass from one habitat to the other, safely, and preserving nature of the wild habitat in which they reside.