Alaska Highway Twining Fort St. John
May to November
The Alaska Highway Corridor improvement is an ongoing project to twin the highway through Fort St John to Charlie Lake. Our portion was from old fort rd. to the 269 rd it included shoulder excavation both sides. Approx 70,000 tonnes of gravel and 15,000 tonnes of asphalt, Street lighting was installed the length of the project and two signaled intersections were built. Drainage was improved by the addition and replacement of culverts. Island curb was poured and caped with Asphalt to direct traffic properly.
Dawson Creek Traffic Circle
August to October
The Dawson Creek traffic Circle was a full depth reconstruction the asphalt and Islands were removed. We ground the asphalt to use it as recycled product. A section from the traffic circle to 10th street approximately 170m was ground 4 inches to allow the placement of ultra thin white topping (high strength concrete). New storm sewer was installed and the alignment was improved for better traffic flow. There was approximately 6,000 tonnes of gravel and 2,000 tonnes of asphalt. Island curbs were poured and a mountable truck apron was built to allow the movement of large commercial vehicles around the circle.