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Four firms split contracts for $23.1M of work on Alaska Highway in B.C.

By On-Site Staff   


FORT NELSON, B.C.—The federal government has handed down four construction contracts for work on the Alaska Highway to companies from Alberta and British Columbia.

The scope of work covers mainly a 33-kilometre stretch of the remote 2,500-kilometre route that connects northern B.C. to Yukon and Alaska.

Alberta-based Allied Paving Co. was awarded a $15 million deal to convert the several dozen kilometre segment from a bituminous surface treatment road to asphalt. Public Services and Procurement Canada said the work will mitigate frequent repairs.

The smaller contracts, meanwhile, include the replacement of a culvert, improvements to an intersection in Wonowon, B.C. and the construction of a new salt shed used for highway maintenance.


Industra Construction Corp., a Coquitlam, B.C.-based contractor was awarded the $2.6 million culvert replacement, DGS Astro Paving of Fort St. John, B.C. the $3.9 million intersection project and Grande Prairie, Alta-based Vertical Building Solutions Inc. the shed building assignment.


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