Centennial Park Athletic Field – Town of Lake Cowichan

(Underway October 2016 Completion March 2017 – Value $1,100,000)

Work of this Contract comprises preparation of the work site, site security, protection of trees, ditches and other features designated for retention, salvage, demolition and removal of designated site features, rough grading, construction of athletic playing fields including drainage system ,upgrading existing storm system, bio-filtration ponds, irrigation system and turf establishment, construction of retaining walls, sanitary sewer and domestic water systems, upgrading of the existing electrical service, and preparation of the site for future phases of work.

Nagi Riszk - Superintendent, Public Works & Engineering Services Town of Lake Cowichan

T 250.749.6244

Dava developments / City of Richmond: West Park

Completed December 2016
Value: $1,100,000

The construction and extension of No 4 Road Richmond with utility removals and re-installation, water features, CIP concrete stairs, sidewalks , and design build curved wall feature, large wooden stage deck, irrigation and drainage systems, and an extensive landscape.

Consultants

H/Y Engineering

Owners rep

Mr. Steve O’neill P.Eng
604 868 1979

City of Richmond:
Rob Fyling 604 516 9448

VGH Energy Centre

Spring 2007

An urban park built atop a massive concrete slab. Mass excavation, CIP concrete for roads curbs, water features, pavers and irrigation are also part of this contract.

Owner

Vancouver General Hospital

Builder

Vanbots Construction Inc

Mt Geoffery Escarpment Trail relocation

Spring 2005

A challenging job located on Hornby Island which involved road deactivation and relocating a trail on the island over very difficult terrain. The project was design/build with an elevated boardwalk and pedestrian bridge, along with the use of rock hammers were features of this project.

Owner

BC Parks

Mahon Park Rehabilitation

2003-2004 Value $850,000

This 850K project involved the restoration of Mahon Park for the City of North Vancouver. A large portion of the project was the rebuilding of Wagg creek along with the installation of pedestrian bridges. Strom water detention, dewatering, environmental monitoring, road deactivation and extensive use of riprap walls and riparian planting in a steep and sensitive site were the main features of this project.

Environmental Consultant

Peter Frederiksen 604 279 2093

Owner

 

Parklane Homes ( May 2012)

value $ 210,000

A small multi residential project for this well-known builder was completed to very high standards spring 2011.

Consultant

David Stoyko @ Sharpe diamond LA

Owner's Representative

Steve O’neill 604 648 1800

District of Maple Ridge – Park @ 239A street (spring 2010)

A small pocket park completed in 2010. CIP concrete walls, site clearing, wooden structures.

Consultant

Durante Kreuk – Pavel Gradowski

Owner's Representative

Bruce Macleod, Engineering and Parks

Willow Street Park Fall 2010

Value $550,000

Willow street between 12th Avenue and 13th Avenue was removed and replaced with a linear park. Utilities, CIP concrete, granite stone work , site lighting and site furnishings were dominant features of this park.

Consultant

Don Vaughan and Assoc

Owner

Vancouver General Hospital

Douglas Border Crossing

Spring 2009 Value $1,230,000

A huge landscape along with construction of all roads, pathways and feature areas using natural stone and pavers are the features of this project this $1.4 million project is due to complete in Spring 2008.

Contacts:

Owner: Government of Canada Contractor: Graham Construction Contact: Bryan Pitkin 604 940 4500 Consultant: Sharpe diamond, David Stoyko

Mountain View Cemetery – Masonic Area and building re-development

Spring 2008 Value $ 523,000

This award winning project involved the placement of massive slabs for lintels, walls and walkways.

Consultant

LEES and Associates and Birmingham Wood Architects

Owner

City of Vancouver

Park Renfrew

Fall 2005 Value $180,000

This upper level courtyard in a 4 level multi-residential building had very limited access. Landscape, pavers and irrigation were the main components of this project.

Owner

Aquilini Construction

Contact

Steve O’Neill 604 868 1979

Mission Sports Park

2003 Value $475,000

A large 22 acre development for the District of Mission involved the development of four turf based baseball diamonds, and four turf based soccer pitches and two all weather soccer pitches. A compressed construction schedule and limited funding for the project were the main challenges. Project value was $475,000.00 and involved drainage, irrigation, grading and field establishment

Construction Manager

TASK CM, Peter Araj 604 717 8895

Owner

District of Mission, Brian Storrier 604 820 5356

Terasen Right-of-Way

2003 Value $200,000

This project involved the development of a park over two major gas lines. The installation of lightweight void fill was required to reduce any loading surcharge on the existing pipeline. This linear park also included asphalt pathways, storm drainage, site furnishings, unit pavers and ornamental landscape. Project value was $200,000.00

Developer

Solterra Development Corp., Steve O’Neill 604 868 1979

Owner

The Township of Langley, Wai-Sue Louie 604 533 6089

Landscape Architect

DMG Group, David Mitchell 604 437 3942

V I HP at Transfer Beach

2001 Value $450,000

This $450,000 project included revegetation of waste areas, erosion control on slopes, in-stream work, riparian planting, permanent irrigation system, supply and install trees and shrubs, hydroseeding and sodded lawns.

Contacts:

Landscape Consultant: Gene Mazza 250 595 3341

Project Coordinator: Mary Sahn 250 716 6652

Environmental Monitor/consultant: Bob Chapman 250 370 1501

Superintendent: Don Couch 250 416 9226

Owner: MOTH, Vancouver Island Highway Project

Linear Park, Kamloops

1995-96

This multi-scope half million dollar project involved the re-creation of a natural watercourse and water feature in a natural setting on a dry bench above the City of Kamloops. This was a condition of the development permit for the project. Both ornamental and riparian species were utilized to revegetate the areas. Instream species were also planted throughout the newly created waterways. Headwalls, contouring, retaining walls and pathways were also required.

Consultant

Urban Systems: Mr. Lindros 250 374 8311

Owner

Fraserview Development Corporation, Roger Schlosser 604 421 5495