Pitt Meadows, BC, Canada
Cable-stayed bridge 500 m (1,640 ft.) long - 3 spans
MMM Group, Associated Engineering, International Bridge Technologies
British Columbia Ministry of Transportation
Fabrication of the steel structure of the bridge (2,600 tons), including 117 main girders
68 laminated elastomeric bearings with bevelled upper plates – on the piers
25 pot bearings (elastomeric) – on the abutments
2 finger expansion joints with a drainage system (86 m/282 ft. total)
Construction of a new seven-lane cable-stayed bridge between the cities of Pitt Meadow and Port Coquitlam. The cable-stayed steel section is 380 m (1,247 ft.) long and the concrete approaches are 120 m (394 ft.) long. This project is part of the Gateway Program, which seeks to improve traffic on the roads and bridges of metropolitan Vancouver.
Partnership between Canam-Bridges and Rapid-Span. Three large Goodco Z-Tech finger joints with non-slip surface (thickness of 63 mm/2.5 in.).