Projects
Emil Anderson Construction has been awarded the contract for a four-laning project on the Trans-Canada Highway that will improve safety, efficiency and capacity along this section of Highway 1.
Travellers along Highway 16 will soon benefit from a $5-million project to enhance safety at the Canadian National rail crossing outside Terrace.
New maintenance contracts with stricter safety measures have been awarded for three service areas in northern B.C., ensuring better highway conditions during winter weather.
A resurfacing project on Highway 3 near Princeton is now underway, marking the start of a busy season of resurfacing in the southern Interior that will cover more than 400 kilometres of highways and side roads.
Work will get underway in summer 2019 to resurface two sections of Highway 16, improving safety and efficiency for people travelling through the area.
Investing in transportation infrastructure is critical to connecting communities, helping businesses compete and creating a strong economy and middle class.
Drivers and residents are advised of night-time demolition of the Old Mountain Highway Overpass, as part of the Lower Lynn Improvement Project to ease congestion on the North Shore.
Drivers, cyclists and pedestrians will soon have a safer crossing on Highway 3 as work on a new Lizard Creek Bridge gets underway.
Hard hats and heavy machinery will be a common sight over the next year along the Haney Bypass in Maple Ridge, as construction to make this corridor safer starts soon.
Deck resurfacing and other rehabilitation work will get underway next week on Paulson Bridge, providing a safer and more reliable structure and approaches for people travelling along Highway 3.
The eastbound Highway 3 bridge needs to be replaced to meet the needs of the growing Lethbridge population and to support critical commercial and industry activity.
New maintenance contracts for service areas 08 and 13 in the B.C. Okanagan have been awarded to Acciona Infrastructure Maintenance Inc.
The Province of British Columbia has selected three pre-qualified bidding teams to participate in the competitive selection process to design and construct the new toll-free Pattullo Bridge that will deliver a safer crossing and easier connections into Surrey and New Westminster.
Contractors handle capital projects on Nova Scotia’s roads and bridges, while the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (TIR) takes care of performing around $120-million worth of winter and summer maintenance each year.
The Government of Canada is making important infrastructure investments that are helping create good middle-class jobs, promote trade and productivity, and grow the economy. The Gordie Howe International Bridge will support economic growth by improving connections between Canada and the U.S. and enabling the continuous flow of people and goods through a safe, secure and efficient Windsor-Detroit trade corridor.
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