Douglas Border Crossing

Location: Surrey, British Columbia

Graham constructed a new border crossing facility for the Pacific Region’s busiest Port of Entry. Included in this project, was the construction of a new main building to house Customs and Immigration, plus a tertiary inspection building, public washrooms, new inspection booths and interconnecting walkways with canopies.

Designed to LEED® Gold standards, the new, uniquely-designed facility incorporates limestone cladding recovered from the previous facility prior to demolition and includes many other environmentally-responsible features. All work required stringent security and was completed by Graham without incident and with minimal disturbance to environmental and historical resources within the site limits. Ensuring security and continued traffic flow was a key priority on this construction project.

Contract Value

$32.8 million

Prime Consultant

B + H Architects

Project Owner

Canada Border Services Agency

Contract Format

Construction Management

Completion Date

February 2013

Contract Duration

28 months