Project Details

This Alberta Transportation project included pavement rehabilitation of 17.85 km of Highway 64:02 from the British Columbia border to 6 km east of Highway 717, as well as a safety rest area at km 1.4. The pavement rehabilitation included subgrade excavation, mill and fill transverse crack repair, spray patch, and an asphalt overlay. Other work included tree clearing, sideslope improvements, access management, culvert rehabilitation, highway street lighting, rumble strips, and permanent signage upgrades.


As Prime Consultant, CAP was responsible for the overall project engineering, from preliminary engineering and design through to tendering and construction. During the design phase, we completed site investigations, preliminary survey, and confirmed the surfacing requirements and all quantity calculations. Our team prepared a comprehensive design report, cost estimates and tender package for advertising.

During construction, CAP provided full-time construction supervision, contract administration, inspection, survey, and QA/QC testing services for subgrade material and asphalt. Lab testing was completed in our mobile laboratory.

Project Statistics

Year Completed: 2019
Our Services: Project Management | Civil Construction | Material Testing | Survey & Geomatics | Engineering Design
Client: Alberta Transportation
Project Location: Cleardale, AB

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