Bull Moose Creek Concrete Rehabilitation

Tumbler Ridge, BC

Project Info

The Bullmoose Creek Bridge, built in 1981, is located on Highway 29, approximately 8 km west of Tumbler Ridge. The project included concrete rehabilitation of all three bridge piers, abutments, and undersides of the girders; Drainage improvement and installation; Bearing remediation.

Rehabilitation works included removal of delaminated concrete from substructure and superstructure elements, repair and replacement of corroded rebar, installation of anodes and other corrosion retarding elements to existing rebar, installation of catch basins and downspouts to deck joint troughs and patch repair of previously removed concrete.

The project had multiple on-site consultants including geotechnical, environmental, archeological, indigenous, and arborists. Luxton is a solution-oriented contractor; by maintaining open and transparent communication with the client, it allowed project issues to be rectified quickly and minimize any potential schedule impacts. There was a minimal laydown area allocated for the project as it was in a public park.

Scope of Work

  • Environmentally Sensitive Work
  • Excavation
  • Concrete Grouting
  • Concrete Reinforcing
  • Earthworks
  • CONTRACT VALUE$1,700,000
  • TIMELINEAugust 2020 - September 2021