Kicking Horse Canyon
The Kicking Horse Canyon is one of the most rugged and scenic sections to be found on the Trans-Canada Highway. Work is underway to transform the most difficult 4.8 kilometers of the narrow, winding two-lane highway into a modern four-lane, 100 km/hr standard.
Centenial Terminal Expansion
The Centennial Terminal Expansion Project includes reconfiguration and expansion of the Centerm container terminal, a new overpass on Centennial Road, changes to Waterfront Road to create a continuous port road from Canada Place to McGill Street and the removal of the Heatley Road overpass.
The Site C Project is a third dam and hydroelectric generating station on the Peace River in northeast BC.
Vancouver Olympics 2010
The 2010 Olympic organizing committee needed to ensure that they had world-class safety. Allman Safety was called to help develop venue specific safety programs and to monitor worksites to ensure compliance during construction. As construction was completed on the venues, Allman Safety continued to provide expert advice on the safe pre-Olympic operation of the facilities.
Port Mann Bridge
The Port Mann Bridge project included the construction of a new Port Mann Bridge, widening of Highway 1, and upgrading interchanges. It also required improving access to and safety on Highway 1 from the McGill Street interchange in Vancouver to 216th Street in Langley, a distance of approximately 37 km.
The Evergreen Line is a new rapid transit line connecting Coquitlam to Vancouver via Port Moody and Burnaby. The line was built by a construction consortium.
Faced with the exciting prospect of making the Sea-to-Sky Highway a world-class transportation corridor in time for the 2010 Olympics, the Ministry of Highways called on Allman Safety to ensure the project would be as safe as possible and that the requirements of due diligence were met.
Lions Gate Bridge
The BC Transportation Financing Authority undertook an amazing project with the rebuild of the Lions Gate Bridge. This award-winning project involved replacing the bridge, section by section, while allowing traffic to use the bridge between replacements.