Deh Cho River Bridge, Ruskin Construction Ltd.
The Deh Cho River Bridge is a new 1.0 km long bridge crossing over the Mackenzie River in the Northwest Territories. Ruskin Construction Ltd. was subcontracted to install the foundation elements for the new bridge. Allnorth provided construction engineering services, including designs for the work bridge and cofferdams; installation procedures and lift plans; on-site surveying; quality management; and on-site quality control (QC) inspections.
Allnorth’s responsibilities for this project included:
- Construction engineering
- Project management
- Quality control
About this infrastructure project
The Deh Cho River Bridge crosses the Mackenzie River near Fort Providence, Northwest Territories. Major construction began in the spring of 2008. When complete, this bridge will replace the operations of the Merv Hardie ferry (summer) and the Mackenzie River Ice Crossing (winter) that are currently used to cross the river at that location.
Services in this project
Allnorth has the personnel and resources to effectively manage entire projects from concept to construction.
Project and Construction Management
At Allnorth, we believe that communication and teamwork, from start to finish, are key to the successful execution of any project. We work closely with our clients to plan and manage projects from initial concept through to delivery.
Allnorth provides comprehensive structural engineering design services for industrial, commercial, and municipal clients. We design short- and long-span bridge structures; municipal, industrial, and commercial buildings; and temporary construction works.
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