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Northeast Anthony Henday project announcement

JATEC is proud to have been awarded a $40M contract for street lighting and overhead sign structures on the 4th and final leg of the Anthony Henday ring road in Edmonton. The project will add another 27km of roadway and 9 interchanges to the existing freeway to make a complete free-flow ring road. JATEC’s scope of work is estimated to include 58 overhead sign bridges, 45 overhead cantilever signs, more than 700 street lights and nearly 65km of street light cable. The project is scheduled for completion in 2016. Learn more: Alberta Transportation Project Website, City of Edmonton Project Website.

 

41st Avenue SW Interchange project announcement

JATEC has been contracted to install a new street lighting infrastructure and road side signage for the 41st Avenue SW Interchange project in Edmonton. The project includes the addition of an overpass system and 5km of new road. The project is jointly funded by Alberta Transportation, the City of Edmonton, and the Federal Government through the Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative (APGCI) and is scheduled for completion in 2016. JATEC’s work on the project is estimated to include over 20 km of trench and electrical cable; 251 new street light poles and bases; and more than 200 new road signs. Learn more: City of Edmonton Project Website, Government of Canada Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative Website.

 

Parsons Creek Interchange project announcement

Parson Creek Interchange is an Alberta Transportation project that includes the realignment of Highway 63 north of Fort McMurray to accommodate an interchange bridge & ramp system as well as construction of about 2 km of a new roadway facility Highway 686 (Parsons Access Road) west of Highway 63. JATEC is pleased to announced that as a part of an electrical infrastructure joint venture, we have been contracted to install a new street lighting infrastructure for the project. Work is scheduled to start in 2014 and is estimated to require over 7 km of trench and electrical cable and 63 street light poles complete with foundations that are up to 8m deep.
Learn more: Government of Alberta News Release.

 

Walterdale Bridge project announcement

JATEC is proud to have been awarded the underground utility and bridge lighting work on the newest Edmonton Bridge. JATEC’s work on this project began in the summer on 2013 installing concrete encased communications and power duct banks on the south side of the river to allow for the new alignment of Queen Elizabeth Park Road. 2014 will see JATEC continuing to extend the new duct banks across the new bridge and tie-ins to existing utilities on both the north and south side. In addition, JATEC will supply and install LED lighting along the new bridge arch, pedestrian bridge handrails and entrance pathways. No small feat considering the new bridge is 206m (675 ft.) long with an arch height of 43m (141 ft.) which translates into an estimated 2800 LED lighting modules on the bridge arch and nearly 400 fixtures to light the bridge multi-use pathway.
Learn more: City of Edmonton Walterdale Project Website.