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.
Installation of a 1200 mm dia Concrete Storm Sewer, road widening from two lanes to four, addition of a multi-use bike path, traffic signalization and street-lighting.
Construction of 40,000 m3 Earthen Flood Dyke, installation of sheetpile flood wall, relocation of existing utilities. Emergency access from Mary Hill Bypass including 12,000 m3 of Granular fill, an open bottom Arch culvert with Retaining Wall. Many difficulties presented themselves on this project, the most prevalent were sourcing and placing specified dyke fill material, driving plastic sheet piles into heavily consolidated ground plus working in and around a heavily secured facility.
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.
-Leachate Pump Station upgrades including application of poly-urea coating in leachate tanks, several road crossings, HDPE air, leachate and gas pipe-lines, supply & installation of gas well de-watering system
The contract for this project involved utility relocation, as well as excavation and shoring for Phase 2 of Wall Financial's Central Park project. First, Hall Constructors relocated 110 meters of 1350 diameter storm pipe and 110 meters of 750 diameter sanitary pipe which are both owned by Metro Vancouver. Once those utilities were moved off of the property, Hall completed the 43,000 m3 excavation by using a combination of secant piles and conventional shotcrete to shore the dig. This project also included installation of BC Hydro, Telus and storm/sanitary services for both phases of the development.
108 lot site servicing including new roadworks and existing roadwork upgrades and utilities. Maintaining traffic during the road reconstruction and installation of utilities without interruptions were a challenge that Hall managed through good planning and timely work. Upon completion a quality product was delivered while improving access in and out of this community within the Township of Langley.
Project consisted of site preparation works to allow for the installation of 354 - 1 metre diameter Secant Piles to an average depth of 17 metres below existing grade.
Excavated and hauled offsite 46,000 m3 of non-contaminated and 10,000 m3 of contaminated (CL+ & RL+) soil. Placed 11,000 m3 of imported fill. In addition, 3,700m2 of SedimentLok 200+ m2 of SierraScape retaining wall were built for erosion control and slope stablization. Job completed on budget and ahead of schedule.