The Port Mann Highway 1 corridor is the most significant commuter and goods movement route in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, linking the region to the rest of the province and country. We designed the Fraser Heights Connector, which include upgrading 176 Street from the interchange northward to a new intersection with 104 Avenue, approximately 2.5 km of the South Fraser Perimeter Road, including a 450 metre long viaduct across a wetland, and the new 2 kilometre Golden Ears Connector east from the 104 Avenue/176 Street intersection to the new Golden Ears Way.
The City of Surrey is developing a Neighbourhood Cycling Route between Surrey City Centre and the Port Mann Bridge. The Bon Accord Pedestrian Bridge is an important part of the route, providing a crossing on the 109th Avenue corridor over Bon Accord Creek. The three-span, composite steel box girder bridge is supported by concrete columns and micro-piled foundations and considered the stability of the steep-sided Bon Accord Ravine.
The 4th Street Pedestrian Overpass is a critical pedestrian link between the City of New Westminter's popular waterfront park promenade and Columbia Street, the heart of their urban centre. The overpass allows pedestrian access to the eastern end of the linear park, providing a fully accessible crossing to the park.
Associated Engineering worked with TransLink as Technical Consultants during the concept development, P3 procurement phase, and implementation. We developed conceptual designs of the bridge, connecting road and highway network. Winner of a 2006 Consulting Engineers of British Columbia’s Award of Excellence.
The Port Mann Highway 1 corridor is the most significant commuter and goods movement route in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, linking the region to the rest of the province and country. We designed a new Parclo A4 interchange at 176 Street, which included upgrading 176 Street from the interchange northward to a new intersection with 104 Avenue.
Associated has designed bridges of all types, ranging from industrial bridges over steep canyons in remote areas to major highway overpasses in busy urban municipalities. We provide our clients with efficient, innovative, value-added bridging solutions that are highly constructable, cost-efficient, aesthetically pleasing and environmentally sustainable. Our project success results from our philosophy of engineering safe and functional bridging solutions that meet our clients' requirements. Recognized for innovation, Associated has won local, national, and international awards for our bridge designs, including a Commendation at the Institution of Structural Engineers Awards, the world's preeminent awards for structural engineering excellence.
Our key services include Bridge Rehabilitation, Erection Engineering, Highways, Inspection, maintenance & bridge management, Municipal, Pedestrian bridges, Planning, Resource & industrial bridges, Seismic analysis, design & retrofit.
Alberta Chapter American Concrete Institute 2011 Award of Excellence (Restoration)
Dunvegan Bridge Deck Replacement
Alberta Chapter American Concrete Institute 2015 Award of Excellence (Bridges)
Saline Creek Drive Bridge
Alberta Transportation 2011 Innovation Award
Callingwood Road and Lessard Road Interchanges
American Council of Engineering Companies 2011 Award of Merit
Pitt River Bridge
Canadian Consulting Engineering 2013 Award of Excellence
Deh Cho Bridge
Consulting Engineers of Alberta Award of Excellence for Resource Development
Athabasca Bridge Project
Consulting Engineers of Ontario 2016 Award of Excellence
West Main Street Bridge
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City of Thorold
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Municipality of Chatham-Kent
Ontario Power Generation
Region of Halton
Regional Municipality of Niagara
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways & Infrastructure
Smoky Lake County
Statoil Canada Ltd.
Suncor Energy Inc.
Township of West Lincoln