The work involves twinning two stretches of road and the construction of new bridge structures.
StructureScan Pro is ideal for locating rebar, post-tension cables, and conduits.
Tracking the Metrolinx Eglinton Crosstown tunnel project in Toronto.
Project involves the construction of a new two-floor terminal and includes refurbishing the airport’s water, sewer systems and electric power plant.
The ring road project is expected to be substantially complete and open to traffic in 2021.
The province will kick in up to $1.53 billion over eight years to support Stage 1 of Calgary’s north-south LRT project.
Along with highway improvements, the Klondike River and Clear Creek bridges will be rehabilitated.
The project will also build 16 surface stops, a below-grade terminus stop at Humber College, an underground interchange station.
Currently in the preliminary design phase, the province will provide up to $60M of the estimated $180M cost of the new bridge
Work on selecting an engineering consultant is underway, and once selected, detailed design is expected to take at least two years.
Inversa Systems’ portable CT scanning for infrastructure technology allows for a more efficient inspection and assessment of culverts that are buried deep.
20 kilometres of new dedicated rapid transit between Port Credit GO Station in Mississauga to the Gateway Terminal at Steeles Avenue in Brampton.
The project will advance the planning and design of the relief line from Pape and Danforth Avenue to downtown via Queen Street East.
Alberta’s Strategic Transportation Infrastructure Program will support 87 municipal road, bridge and community airport projects in 50 communities across the province in 2017-18.
The 30 km route to the mine site was a geotechnical challenge requiring the movement of 9.7 million cubic metres of earth, the construction of a 137 m bridge and 70 m tunnel.
GO Transit, short for Government of Ontario Transit, began operating on May 23, 1967, as a 14-stop commuter rail line.
The galvanized truss bridge, which was designed, fabricated and installed by Canam-Bridges of Quebec, utilizes Acrow’s prefabricated orthotropic steel deck units.
Built in the 1920’s and reconstructed in 1957, daily traffic on the bridge is estimated to be in excess of 20,000 vehicles.
The program allows for up to 50% cost-shared funding for municipal road and bridge renewal projects.
The project includes the replacement of an existing at-grade railway crossing and widening of roads.
Restoration of the Blackfriars Bridge, first designed in 1875, includes removal of the bridge from its supports followed by off-site rehabilitation of the superstructure.
The objective is to plan work on the existing structures over a five-year period to maintain traffic safely until the 50-year-old bridge is fully replaced over a 10-year horizon.
More than 1,000 bridges worldwide have been repaired using this technology.
Work on the highway will alleviate congestion expected to result from the temporary closure of the Centennial Bridge in 2019.
The project includes adding high occupancy vehicle lanes in each direction and widening the existing six-lane configuration up to 12 lanes for some stretches.
Selection of an engineering consultant will begin this year, and once design and engineering are complete construction could begin as early as fall 2019.
Engineering assessments have been ongoing and the ministry now has concluded that a bridge, capable of accommodating water flow levels similar to those last year, is the appropriate permanent solution at Commotion Creek.
The province is seeking highway funding from the Feds and the Township of Langley. Design work is expected to start in the fall of 2017.
After six-and-a-half years as president and CEO of Metrolinx, McCuaig will now support the launch of the Canada Infrastructure Bank.
A new two-lane, three-span, concrete bridge will replace existing bridge that was built in 1915.