PORT MANN / HIGHWAY 1 PROJECT

  • Port Mann Bridge
  • Port Mann Cables
  • CJI at Port Mann Bridge
  • Port Mann Bridge Construction
  • Port Mann Bridge Construction Photo
  • Port Mann Bridge in the Mist
  • Port Mann Sunset
  • Port Mann Bridge Construction image
  • Port Mann Bridge, Coquitlam, BC Canada

CLIENT : TI Corporation and Kiewit/Flatiron GP

LOCATION: Metro Vancouver, BC

CAPITAL COST: $2.4 billion 

DATES OF ASSIGNMENT: 2010-2014

ROLE: Independent Certifier

TYPE: Design-Build

Description

The Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project (PMH1) included the construction of a new 10-lane Port Mann Bridge, 37km of highway widening from Vancouver to Langley, 30km of new high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes, the replacement of nine highway interchanges, and the deconstruction of the existing bridge. The PMH1 project reduced congestion and travel time, improved safety and accessibility, facilitated reliable transit service, and expanded HOV, cyclists and pedestrian networks.

Scope of Services

CJI provided Independent Certifier (IC) services for the Transportation Investment Corporation (TI Corp) and the contractor, Kiewit/Flatiron General Partnership (KFGP). The IC requires a thorough understanding of large and complex transportation projects, including the project’s quality, project, design, and construction management systems. To ensure a comprehensive understanding of these systems, CJI attended regular project meetings and communicated with the Authority, contractor and stakeholders throughout the project.