The goal for this project was to replace the 63 year old concrete bridge in Edmonton, along Saskatchewan Drive between 106 Street and 107 Street with a new steel bridge. A shared use path was to be built on the north and south side of the bridge. The Owner, City of Edmonton Infrastructure hired PCL Construction Inc to deliver the new project. PCL Construction Inc brought Supreme Steel’s Bridge Shop on board as the primary steel solution provider. Supreme’s scope ultimately included the fabrication and installation of six(6) gigantic steel girders that stood 3m tall and stretched approximately 50 meters in overall length.
The project included a 0.5 meter transitional arch that was fabricated into the underside of each steel girder. The project was executed against the challenge of the global pandemic.