South-East Anthony Henday Drive

Anthony Henday Drive

Anthony Henday Drive is the Edmonton Ring Road. The delivery of the Southeast Leg, AIT’s first P3 project assigned, was to ease traffic congestion in south Edmonton. The highway included:

  • 11 km in total length from Highway #2 to Highway #14/216,
  • six lanes between Highway #2 and 50th Street and four lanes between 50th Street and Highway #216/14,
  • 20 separate bridge structures,
  • full freeway status (no traffic lights),
  • five interchanges offering access on or off the highway at Gateway Blvd/Calgary Trail (Highway #2), 91st Street, 50th Street, 17th Street and Highway #14/216, and
  • four flyovers (bridges over/under the highway with no on or off ramps) located at 34 Street, 66th Street, 34th Avenue and Parsons Road.

Scope of Services:

  • Advised AIT during the development stage of the project,
  • Assisted with the preparation of contract documents and procurement procedures.

Client:

Alberta Infrastructure and Transportation (AIT)

Location:

Edmonton, AB

Capital Cost:

$500 million

Delivery Model:

P3 (design-build-finance-operate)

Dates of Assignment:

2003-2005