Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project

Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project

The Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project includes construction of a new 10-lane Port Mann Bridge, widening the highway, upgrading interchanges and improving access and safety on Highway 1.

The project spans a distance of approximately 37 kilometres from the McGill Street Interchange in Vancouver to 216th Street in Langley.

Binnie staff put about 40,000 person hours into this $2.5 Billion project. Binnie’s responsibilities related to reviews of the Design Build Contractor’s submissions and reports and consisted of five distinct activities:

  1. Coordination of the submission and review process
  2. Review of detour and traffic control plans
  3. Production of property acquisition drawings
  4. Review of geometric design, signage and pavement markings
  5. Design of intersections, interchanges, and road sections not covered by the reference concept as well as design of multi-purpose urban paths.

Binnie’s Geomatics team provided detailed Field Surveys and preparation of CAiCE models and Survey Base Plans for ancillary projects.

Ancillary design assignments completed by Binnie include:

  • Preliminary Design of the Kensington Avenue and Canada Way Intersection
  • Preliminary Design of the Highway 1 and 192nd Street Interchange
  • Preliminary Design of the Roundabout Ramp Terminal Intersection for the Highway 1 and 202nd Street Interchange

 

Location
Lower Mainland, BC
Started
2009
Completed
2014

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