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.
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.
Associated Environmental managed and successfully completed a Gap Assessment, Phase III Environmental Site Assessment, and Remediation Action Options Plan for three Government of the Northwest Territories highways maintenance compounds in the South Slave Region. Summit crews provided on-the-job training and supervision for local work crews to ensure quality control and maintain project schedules.
Associated Environmental completed Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) at two sites adjacent to Main Street and Highway 97A in Sicamous, B.C. The assessments were in accordance with CSA Standards CSA Z768-01(R12) and CSA Z769-00(R13), and adhered to protocols as per the B.C. Contaminated Sites Regulation of the Environmental Management Act.
Transportation infrastructure helps to shape development and the economic well-being of a region. At Associated, we understand the important role that our highways, roads, and bridges play in connecting people and communities, supporting industry, and improving the quality of life of residents. We bring extensive experience in planning, design, and construction of highways, roads, and interchanges in remote, rural and urban environments. Our designs consider community needs, environmental impacts, safety, operational and maintenance requirements, as well as potential climate change risks, to provide infrastructure that is sustainable and resilient. Over the years, we have successfully designed and commissioned thousands of kilometres of roads and highways across Canada around the world. Our work has been recognized with awards for environmental stewardship, sustainability, and technical excellence.
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