The City of Surrey enlisted Binnie to provide overall project management, preliminary engineering, design, tendering, construction administration and resident field services for the widening of King George Boulevard. The scope of work involved the design of an ultimate 6-lane divided arterial road standard and the construction of an interim 4-lane divided arterial road standard. The work includes provisions for future Rapid Bus, the replacement of an existing 900mm culvert with a bridge structure to enhance fish passage and provide a wildlife corridor, and the protection of existing Heritage Oak trees. The project was constructed in two phases with the first phase (2012) being the 32nd Avenue diversion to Anderson Creek and the second phase being Anderson Creek to Crescent Road.
Binnie Project Managers along with City representatives hosted a Public Open House to announce the forthcoming improvements and answer questions from community members. In preparation for the construction stage, Binnie coordinated with businesses and other stakeholders, keeping them informed of detours and construction activities.
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