Sooke Wilderness Trail – Capital Regional District

Value: $1,300,000

The worksite for the Sooke Hills Wilderness Trails Area 1 & 2 is located on Vancouver Island in the Captial Regional District (CRD). The objective of the project is to construct approximately 4.45km of a 2.0m to 3.0m wide rural trail including drainage structures, a wooden viewing platform, chain link fencing, a cedar split rail fence, and site furnishings. Work in a watershed, through first growth forests , access issues, and work over Gas ROW were part of the scope.

Garth Campbell, Project Manager, CRD Parks and Environmental Services
Phone: 250 360 3054

Seymour Fall Dam

Fall 2010 – Fall 2011
Value $1,300,00

The project was the re-vegetation of the borrow sites for the seismic upgrade of the main dam site for the Greater Vancouver Water District. Massive quantities of organic material were required under a very tight specification and time frame.

Owner

Metro Vancouver

General Contractor

Peter Keiwet and Sons

Corridor Trail – Squamish

Spring 2009 Value $850,000

Segment 1 of the Olympic Torch trail is a designed built 3KM trail through Squamish. Work included clearing and grubbing, road deactivation, creek armoring, granular trail, electrical and lighting, along with road construction and bridges over fisheries habitat.

Owner

District of Squamish

Contact

Todd Pope 604 815 4962

Cypress Quarry Stabilization

Summer 2008 Value $580,000

Earthworks Stabilization and road deactivation in a very steep and unstable fill site.

Owner

Ministry of Environment

Contact

Graham Lorimer 604 924 2228

Phillips River

Summer 2006 Value $630,000

A remote boat in or fly in location on the Central Coast for the manufacture of large Rip Rap for use in the Phillips River for erosion control was a very challenging job to complete in the Fisheries window. Blasting and moving and placing 12,000 tonnes for bank protection were the scope of this project along with road deactivation.

Owner

Western Forest Products

Contact

Dept of Fisheries and Oceans

Rip rap Armour upgrade

Spring 2006 Value $280,000

This challenging project had to be completed in a very tight time frame and was only accessible during low tide over sensitive marshlands. Our task was to rebuild the marshland and provide shore protection by rip-rap armouring along the Eastern shore of the South Fraser River. The job was completed at night by use of overhead lighting and long reach excavators.

Owner

City of Richmond

Contact

Roeland Zwagg P.eng 604 276 4377

Strawberry Island