During 2015 to 2016, The City of Calgary worked with thousands of Calgarians to identify short-, medium-, and long-term changes and upgrades to address issues and challenges along Crowchild Trail from 24 Ave. N.W. to 17 Ave. S.W., and to accommodate the continued growth of Calgary in the years to come
The Crowchild Trail Study was a transportation corridor study with a six-phase process that provided a variety of engagement opportunities for Calgarians to participate in each phase. The subsequent Crowchild Trail Improvement Project included the expansion, rehabilitation and upgrade of four existing precast concrete girder highway bridges spanning 43 metres, 105 metres, 201 metres, and 300 metres.
Graham Infrastructure LP contracted Allnorth to provide engineering services including analysis of the existing bridge structures experiencing both construction loads and traffic during various stages of construction.
Allnorth’s services included the design of heavy-duty auxiliary structures for construction purposes, plus the design of heavy-duty temporary bridge supporting structures, and field services.
Allnorth was also the Engineer of Record for the existing bridge capacity checks. In addition, our team completed falsework design and was responsible for various erection procedures.
- Structural engineering
- Engineer of Record for existing bridge capacity checks
- Falsework design
- Erection procedures
- Drawing review