In 2014, CKB Construction was contracted to complete drainage work on the Walterdale Bridge Project. This worksite was particularly interesting because it was deemed a place of interest for historians and archeologists. For our Superintendents, the most interesting portion of this project was the installation of what they call a Storm Scepter which is a sump system that seperated heavy debris and oils from drainage water. Another interesting scope of work was a case bore pit that was 20 meters wide at the top, 30 meters long and 8 meters deep, this is when the buffalo bones were uncovered.
In 2017, we completed installation of 35 meters of storm main, 2 CB’s and a manhole with a high pressure gas line crossing agreement in place. Summer 2018, we completed our final scope of work on the Walterdale Bridge! The Walterdale Bridge was a high traffic area, not only for rush-hour, downtown commuters, but for multiple contractors working in a congested worksite with specific access routes.