The Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project involved the construction of a new 10-lane Port Mann Bridge, widening the highway, upgrading interchanges and improving access and safety on Highway 1. The project spanned a distance of 37 kilometres – from the McGill Street Interchange in Vancouver to 216th Street in Langley.
On a project this complex, it was essential that designs were checked and re-checked. The Transportation Investment Corporation retained Binnie to help ensure that the project was delivered to the highest standards. Binnie’s Transportation Experts reviewed the Design-Build Contractor’s submissions and reports as well as provided a range of engineering services. Binnie coordinated the submission and review process. Binnie’s team of Traffic Engineers reviewed plans for detours and traffic control and produced property acquisition drawings. Additionally, Binnie’s Highway Designers reviewed the geometric design, signage, and pavement markings. Work included designing intersections, interchanges, and road sections not covered by the reference concept as well as designing multi-purpose urban paths.
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