The project involved the arterial widening of approximately 900m of Fraser Highway from a 2 lane rural standard to a 4 lane urban arterial standard road. The project also included the development of an area Storm Water Catchment Plan and designs for large diameter storm sewer as well as a CDS Stormwater Quality Unit with staged flow control to protect the sensitive down stream water course environment. Further there was continuous coordination with external utility companies, and Coast Mountain Bus Company.
Aplin Martin assisted the Township with property negotiations by preparing detailed property impact drawings and restoration drawings which were revised to suit negotiations between the Township and the property owners. Further, the project also included improvements to the signalized intersection at Fraser Highway and 232nd Street and the relocation of the intersection of Fraser Highway and 44th Avenue.
Aplin Martin also provided construction administration and construction inspection services. Inspections included daily detailed inspection reports which recorded contractor resources and production as well as any resident concerns and resolutions.
Aplin Martin provided cost estimates and MRN Grant and TCA Reporting to aid the Township with regional funding sources.
As a busy east‐west corridor in the Township, existing vehicular traffic was to be maintained for the duration of the project and required careful consideration during the design and construction phases.