When the Alberta Government decided to contract out routine repair and maintenance of bridges in 1996, Carmacks was ready to move in and made bridge activities a core business. Because of the specialized nature of the work requiring specific skills and abilities, Carmacks sought out ex-government employees with the training and experience specific to the business and employed them to provide these services.
July 2016 to August 2017
The scope of this project included replacing the existing bridge and related roadwork. Specifically, the work included constructing a temporary detour, demolition of the existing bridge, reconstruct the banks of the creek below the new bridge and construct a new 16m single span bridge.
November 2016 to June 2017
The project, a three span structure (12m-18m-12m), is located on the newly twinned Hwy-39, approximately 12 km east of Estevan, SK.
July 2015 to August 2016
The scope of the project included the dismantling/removal of the existing low level creek crossing and the construction of a new two span bridge (total length of 30m) over the Swift Current Creek. The project also included raising the grade of the existing approach roadway approximately 4m and the realignment of the creek below the new bridge.
January 2014 to August 2014
Carmacks teamed up with CIMA+ to prequalify and propose for the design and construction of a single lane bridge structure included in this contract. The general scope of work was to Design/Build a new single lane bridge that would allow light traffic and emergency vehicles to enter into the terminal yard without disrupting traffic on the seven rail lines that it would span.
August 2013 – August 2014
Carmacks teamed up with WSP to prequalify for the design and construction of the bridge structures included in this contract. The general scope of work for these projects was to demolish and construct new bridges on the existing highway network.
August 2013 – June 2014
The project is located approximately 15 km west of Valleyview, AB. The project consisted of a new three span pre-stressed concrete girder bridge and a single 40 meter pedestrian bridge with a 4.2 meter clear width. The pedestrian bridge was founded on driven steel h-piles and cast-in-place concrete abutment seats and the deck was constructed with treated timber planks.