Transportation Projects

Hwy 20 Intersection - Rimbey, AB

Description: With the increased volume of large truck traffic using both Hwy 20, and the highway access points the Town of Rimbey commissioned Tagish Engineering to design, tender and supervise the construction of both the 54 Ave and 58 Ave intersections with Hwy 20.

Cost: $263,000


Township Road 374 Reconstruction - Red Deer County, AB

Description: Tagish Engineering was asked to assess the condition of a deteriorated main connector road between Hwy 2A and the C & E Trail. Key to the design was a cost effective solution based on the need for a structurally viable solution to a geotechnical based problem.

Cost: $1,700,000


C&E Trail Paving - Red Deer County, AB

Description: Upgrade and construct 6.3km of gravel road with a 9m asphalt finished surface c/w full depth waste excavation of subsoils and replacing with a granular structure consisting of 375mm depth of Designation 6 Class 125 granular sub-base, TriAx TX5 Geogrid, 150mm depth of  Designation 2 Class 20 Granular base course and 125mm compacted depth of Asphaltic Concrete Pavement.

Cost: $4,600,000


50th Ave Overlay - Eckville, AB

Description: The Town of Eckville commissioned Tagish Engineering to assess the condition of 50th Ave from S. Hwy 766 to 51st St. Due to structural failure, portions of the roadway were overlaid with other sections with little or no crown. All defective concrete was replaced and the entire roadway was ground to a depth to accept a full lift of asphalt pavement.

Cost: $245,000


HWY 56 Construction - Stettler, AB

Description: Tagish Engineering was commissioned to design, tender and inspect the construction for infrastructure replacement on the traffic dense Highway 56 running through Stettler, Alberta. The project scope also included pavement milling and overlays throughout the Town, in addition to road construction for a new commercial subdivision.

Cost: $3,200,000


3rd Ave Reconstruction - Big Valley, AB

Description: Third Avenue was identified to be reconstructed in the 2010 Infrastructure Study. Westview Third Avenue was in poor condition and had drainage issues. Tagish Engineering Ltd. designed and managed a complete rebuild of the street, with replacement of portions of the separate sidewalk where required to remove all tripping hazards and broken panels.

Cost: $350,000