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Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project

The project includes a new Port Mann Bridge, widening of Highway 1, upgrading interchanges and improving access and safety on Highway 1 from the McGill Street interchange in Vancouver to 216th Street in Langley, a distance of approximately 37 kilometres.

Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project

Project Details

Project Description: The project includes a new Port Mann Bridge, widening of Highway 1, upgrading interchanges and improving access and safety on Highway 1 from the McGill Street interchange in Vancouver to 216th Street in Langley, a distance of approximately 37 kilometres.

The PMH1 project will reduce congestion and travel time; improve safety and accessibility; facilitate reliable transit service; expand networks for HOV, cyclists and pedestrians; and accommodate potential future rapid transit.

Client: Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Capital Cost: $2.46 billion
Partner: JV Peter Kiewit Sons Co. and Flatiron Constructors Canada Limited
Project Status: Operational
Project Report: Click to access report
Project Website: Click to access website
Case Study: Click to access case study
High Res Photo: Click to access photo

Milestones

Request for Qualifications issued May 22, 2007
Request for Qualifications closed June 15, 2007
Shortlist announced August 2007
Request for Proposals issued August 2007
Technical submission February 2008
Final proposal submission Spring 2008
Preferred Proponent selected August 19, 2008
Design-Build announcement February 27, 2009
Design and construction Fall 2008 to December 2013

Project Updates

Procurement Documents

Project Contacts

Media Contact:

Trish Rorison | Communications Manager
Government Communications & Public Engagement
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Phone: (250) 356-7707 Cell: (250) 580-6723 trish.rorison@gov.bc.ca

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