Hall Constructors was contracted by EllisDon to complete the offsite civil work at Brentwood Mall for Shape Properties. This extensive project included utility relocation and roadwork upgrades which needed to be completed before redevelopment of the existing mall could begin. While this work was on two very busy roadways, Hall worked closely with the City, Owner and Consultants to execute the work with minimal impacts to the public.
Storm and Sanitary upgrades, road re-construction and improvements to Knight Street, Jacombs Road and Sweden Way, BC Hydro and Telus civil installation.
Scope includes removal of existing pumps and electrical works, installation of temporary lighting and ventilation system and filling this 800m long tunnel with cellular concrete.
This project consisted of a roadworks upgrade including utilities and streetlights.
Scope includes removal of two overpass structures on Marine Drive, installation of underground utilities, construction of signalized intersection at overpass location, signalization of another intersection, re-alignment of Parking Lots and Landscaping.
The Great Northern Way Campus Lot “O” project involves clearing and grubbing and off-site disposal of vegetation and debris from the work area, installation and maintenance of erosion and sediment control facilities, stripping and earthworks for approximately 36,000 metric tonnes of road embankment construction, temporary lock-block retaining wall and retaining wall drainage.
The Anthem Glover project involves the construction of an Automall Access road, including storm sewers, large underground detention system, water mains, curb & gutter, paving sidewalks, street lighting, traffic signals, and highway widening. The project is located at the busy intersection of Langley Bypass and Glover Road. After completion, the Automall will become one of City of Langley’s landmarks, selling high end luxury European make vehicles and is set to open in the summer of 2011. The large underground concrete storm water detention tank system, seventy meters in length and storing close to 4000m3 of storm water, is one of the most challenging and unique aspects of this large private development project.