The scope of work performed by the Municipal Division encompasses large scale industrial stabilization projects, multi-million dollar roadway and neighborhood rehabilitations, FDR-FA cold recycling, urban and rural subdivision developments, airport projects, arterial roads, parking lot development and concrete services.
July 2017 to June 2019
The scope of work for this project was to improve the intersection at Manning Drive and 18th Street. The project involved the widening of the existing highway to construct new turning lanes, the installation of concrete islands, new traffic signals and street lighting, complete overlay paving of 700 meters and new pavement markings.
June 2017 – Nov 2017
The 2017 Leduc Capital Works Project was a rehabilitation project in the City of Leduc with three Locations.42 Street – Involved road widening, hydrant extension, milling and asphalt overlay.
Oct 2015 to Dec 2016
Carmacks entered into contract with PCL late summer of 2015 for the landscape and civil works of the newly designed Rogers Place, the much anticipated home of the Edmonton Oilers. The scope of work is defined as a prime contractor with several sub trade disciplines under the management of Carmacks.
June to November 2016
This project was a full reconstruction of a highly complex and unique streetscape and a continuation of work previously done on Wetaskiwin’s main street. Work included excavation, storm sewer and water line replacement, full electrical replacement, cement stabilization, granular base course, regular and decorative concrete work as well as street paving.
May – October 2016
2016 was the fourth consecutive year that Carmacks was awarded the Leduc County Surfacing Program contract which included 16 locations spread throughout the county. Work included spot base repairs, cement stabilizing, milling, and asphalt paving. Ten out of the sixteen locations completed focussed on rehabilitating the main streets throughout the Nisku Industrial Park. This included 7th Street, 24th Avenue, 15th Avenue, 6th Street, 18th Avenue, 17th Avenue, 30th Avenue, 18A Avenue, 14th Avenue, and 15A Avenue. Other notable locations include overlaying 8.2km of Glen Park Road, and reconstruction of RR 232 and RR 233 between Hwy 625 and Twp 510.
June 2015 to November 2015
The 50 Avenue/46 Street Intersection Improvement project was a full reconstruction of the highly complex and unique intersection that to most of the city was known as “confusion corner”. This project consisted of widening 46 Street, widening 50 Avenue across the railway tracks, and installing a new interactive traffic light system complete with vehicle and pedestrian detection.
Work consisted of excavation, storm sewer replacement, cement stabilization, granular base course, concrete, and paving.
May 2013 to November 2014
The Stony Plain Road Streetscape is part of a broader plan by the City of Edmonton to rehabilitate and improve the downtown core and arterial streets that feed into downtown. This is a two year project consisting of replacement of existing sidewalks with coloured patterned sidewalks, installing decorative street furniture and lighting including cast in place seating walls with integrated LED lighting and benches.
Pike Lodge is the second project Carmacks has undertaken for Devon Energy. The first project was in 2012 at the Jackfish 3 SAGD plant site. The Lodge was similar construction to Jackfish 3; soil stabilization of the top 300mm of subgrade throughout the site access roads and parking areas.