Service: Public Infrastructure
The accelerated twinning of Highway 63 was completed as part of the Alberta government’s commitment to building Alberta’s economic future and providing a transportation network that helps move goods across Alberta to local, national or international markets.
The project, a partnership between the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation and Alberta Transportation, completes the more than 1,000 kilometres of four-laned highway from Grande Prairie to the Alberta-Montana border at Coutts, part of the CANAMEX Trade Corridor.
We provided Detailed Design for the rehab and replacement of five structures at various locations.
We provided Detailed Design, Site Investigations and Condition Surveys for 11 roadways, bridges and culverts.
We completed a roadway improvement design, including sight lines and widening, transit way and cycling lanes designs.