Granville Bridge Rehabilitation
Location: Vancouver, BC
The Granville Bridge Rehabilitation project involved joint rehabilitation including the replacement of 22 expansion joints across up to eight vehicle lanes and two pedestrian sidewalks, replacement of four bearings on the bridge piers adjacent to False Creek, and extensive traffic management plans which involved maintaining traffic and pedestrian flow on the bridge deck during construction.
As the General Contractor, Graham was responsible for furnishing all labour, material, and equipment necessary for construction, including engineering and structural work. The bearings replacement work consisted of all steel and concrete work. The expansion joint work included all joint rehabilitation including steel work, replacement of expansion and deck joints as well as other related works. Graham also completed almost 300m2 of cast-in-place, trowel, and shotcrete concrete repairs in both vertical and overhead applications.
Associated Engineering (BC) Ltd.
City of Vancouver