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Steveston Interchange project down to three bidders

By Rob Blackstien   


A trio of contractors have been invited to the RFP process for this major Vancouver project.

The Steveston Interchange project will relieve traffic congestion in Vancouver.

In response to the RFQ Infrastructure B.C. issued in late-June, three companies have been selected to move on to the RFP stage for the Steveston Interchange project in Metro Vancouver.

Part of an estimated $137 million worth of improvements along this corridor (which also includes already awarded work on Highways 99 and 17A), this specific segment is aimed at relieving traffic congestion.

The companies being asked to participate in the RFP stage include:

  • Aecon | NorLand General Partnership (includes Aecon Constructors, a division of Aecon Construction Group Inc.; NorLand Projects Limited; Parsons Inc.; and Wood Canada Limited);
  • Cascade Coast Infrastructure Group (Eurovia British Columbia Inc.; Ledcor Mining Ltd.; and McElhanney Engineering Services Ltd.); and
  • Flatiron Constructors Canada Limited (Flatiron Constructors Canada Limited; and Urban Systems Ltd.).

The RFP will close early next year with the contract award expected in the spring.


This new interchange is designed to enhance safety and mobility on Highway 99 with improved ramp connections.


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