Repair of Brassey Creek Bridge No. 8622 - BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
The Brassey Creek crossing consists of a culvert carrying Brassey Creek under Highway 52, approximately 26 kilometres south of the intersection with Highway 97. The culvert was washed out during a significant flood event in 2011 and two single-lane temporary bridges were installed in July 2011 to restore traffic flow.
Allnorth was engaged through an As-and-When-Required bridge engineering contract with the BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure Northern Region to provide conceptual designs for a permanent replacement structure.
Allnorth presented a conceptual design report to the Ministry, providing three concept designs and cost estimates plus recommendations. This project was eligible for funding through the Provincial Emergency Program/Disaster Financial Assistance. The options presented represented an "improvement" to the pre-flood event condition and Allnorth provided justification to the Ministry for those improvements.
The project was scheduled for tender as a design/build project for summer 2012 construction causing stringent time restrictions for the completion of the concept design work, which Allnorth successfully met.
- Conceptual designs
- Structural design
- Road design
- Liaison with sub-consultants
- Conceptual design report
- Cost estimates
- Adherence to Provincial Emergency Program (PEP) Guidelines
Services in this project
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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