Circle Drive is a major road constructed as a ring road in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and is a part of the Provincial and National Highway systems.
The Circle Drive South project involved the construction of five interchanges, seven kilometres of freeway/expressway between Clarence Avenue and Clancy Drive (including a new river bridge), four railway grade separations, sound attenuation walls, utility relocation and pedestrian/ cyclist facilities. The bridge was a composite steel beam structure with a reinforced concrete deck, 440 metres long, with eight spans and six traffic lanes.
Allnorth’s scope of work on this project included quality control testing of concrete, aggregates, soils and asphalt on the project, survey layout services, volume calculations and as-built drafting.
Allnorth was also engaged by Graham-Flatiron to provide construction engineering services for utility relocation and for the eight structures associated with the project.
- Construction engineering services
- Survey layout services
- Volume calculations
- QC material testing
- As-built drafting
Circle Drive South Freeway