Case Study: Macleod Trail and 162 Avenue SE

March 23, 2021

Building Risking-Reducing Processes into Construction Contracts for Infrastructure Projects

Graham delivers projects that improve cities, towns and communities across North America. Our infrastructure work is often made even more complex as roads, thoroughfares and interchanges must remain open to traffic throughout construction. One such example is the Macleod Trail and 162nd Avenue SE interchange in Calgary, AB.

Delivered using the collaborative Early Construction Involvement (ECI) model, Graham began working on the Macleod Trail and 162nd Avenue SE project when the design was only 60% complete. Discover how this impacted outcome of Canada’s first diverging diamond interchange in the case study and project facts below.

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