A Lehigh Hanson Company

PROJECTS

ART GALLERY OF ALBERTA

THE ART GALLERY OF ALBERTA

Edmonton, Alberta

PROJECT FACTS

Concrete Volume: 2,500 cubic meters


 

NEPTUNE TERMINAL ESCAPE TUNNEL

NEPTUNE TERMINAL ESCAPE TUNNEL

North Vancouver, British Columbia

PROJECT FACTS

Unique Facts: 57.5 metres of 2400 mm diameter concrete pipe
Project Facts: Concrete pipe used as an emergency escape tunnel from a bulk storage building

 


 

 

BOW TOWER

BOW TOWER

Calgary, Alberta

PROJECT FACTS

Third largest continuous pour of all time: 13,80 cubic meters, 110,000 cubic meters total, 36 hours

 

MACINTYRE CANAL BOX CULVERT REPLACEMENT

MACINTYRE CANAL BOX CULVERT REPLACEMENT

Oliver, British Columbia

PROJECT FACTS

Unique Facts: 1,600 tonnes of 2400mm x 1800mm box culvert
Project Facts: Box culvert used for highway crossing of a drainage canal
41ST AVENNUE HWY 2 INTERCHANGE

41ST AVENUE HWY 2 INTERCHANGE

Edmonton, Alberta

PROJECT FACTS

Aggregates Used: 400,000 metric tonnes


BOMBER STADIUM

BOMBER STADIUM

Winnipeg, Manitoba

PROJECT FACTS

Aggregates Used: 25,000 metric tonnes


BROADWAY STREET

BROADWAY STREET RECONSTRUCTION

Port Coquitlam, British Columbia

PROJECT FACTS

Unique Facts: Over 1.8 kilometers of precast concrete box culverts
Project Facts: Precast concrete box culverts for ditch infill

 


CIRCLE DRIVE

Circle Drive

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

PROJECT FACTS

Inland Aggregates: 3 million tonnes
Inland Concrete: approximately 40,000 cubic meters of concrete

SCENIC DRIVE PEDESTRIAN OVERPASS

SCENIC DRIVE PEDESTRIAN OVERPASS

Lethbridge, Alberta

PROJECT FACTS

Box Culverts: 65 metres of structurally engineered box culverts, with inside dimensions 3.0m x 2.4m
Headwalls: Two headwalls, each 16 ft long x 12 ft high

Scenic Drive, a major road in Lethbridge, underwent a 1.7 kilometre extension including a pedestrian underpass. Using Inland Pipe’s CNC machine, designs depicting mine shafts and miners at work were milled out of Styrofoam and used by deGraaf Excavating to cast into the surface of cast-in-place concrete headwalls at each end of the pedestrian underpass.

 


ANTHONY HENDAY DRIVE NORTHWEST

ANTHONY HENDAY DRIVE NORTHWEST

Edmonton, Alberta

PROJECT FACTS

Aggregates: 800,000 metric tonnes

Anthony Henday Drive Northwest connects the Yellowhead Trail in west Edmonton to 66 Street in east Edmonton — a vital transport link for the city.

 

 

GLENWOOD 50,000 BUSHEL BIN PADS

GLENWOOD 50,000 BUSHEL BIN PADS

Glenwood, Alberta

PROJECT FACTS

Concrete for the project was delivered from Lethbridge and was pumped by Inland Concrete. The project was completed on one of Inland Concrete Lethbridge's busiest production days; nearly 455 cubic meters of concrete.

The two bins pads requiring 50 cubic meters each of concrete are located in a remote location southwest of Lethbridge, Alberta. The completed bin pads will hold 100,000 bushels of grain.
PORT MANN BRIDGE-HWY 1

PORT MANN BRIDGE-HWY 1

Greater Vancouver, British Columbia

PROJECT FACTS

Unique Facts: Over 8,000 tonnes of concrete pipe, manholes and catch basins
Project Facts: Pile-supported HDPE-lined concrete pipe; miscellaneous precast products

 

INVESTOR'S GROUP FIELD OUTFALL

INVESTOR'S GROUP FIELD OUTFALL

Winnipeg, Manitoba

PROJECT FACTS

Products usage: Over 500 metres of 1050mm ppe, various large diameter manholes, and a 3000mm diameter pump station

Investors Group Field is a 33,500 seat football stadium that is home to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and University of Manitoba Bisons. Completed in time for the start of the 2013 CFL season, the project included an extensive land drainage system.
INVESTOR'S GROUP FIELD OUTFALL

INVESTOR'S GROUP FIELD OUTFALL

Winnipeg, Manitoba

PROJECT FACTS

Concrete Pipe: Approximately 19 kilometres of Class V pipe supplied, in sizes up to 2400mm diameter
Jacking Pipe: Roughly 250 metres of large diameter jacking pipe installed under taxiways and structures
Manholes: Over 150 various sizes and types, including oversized box manholes in the apron area
Cost: Cost savings were achieved in several areas, including the use of standard stock products as an alternative to custom wet cast structures

YYC’s fourth runway will be the longest in Canada, at over 4 km, to accommodate the largest planes in the world.
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