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+ South Surrey Operations Centre


Contract Value:

$4,135,036

Client:

Graham Construction

Project Location:

Surrey, BC

Engineer:

R.F. Binnie & Associates

Completion Date:

December 2017

Project Description:

As the second largest City in British Columbia and with a large growth rate of residents, Surrey has a vast network of infrastructure, designated park and open spaces, and an increasing number of recreational and cultural amenities. To accommodate projected growth and to maintain existing and future assets, the City approved the design and construction of the new South Surrey Operations centre for which the B&B Contracting Group provided onsite and offsite servicing for the project site as well as the upgrading existing infrastructure to support the Neighbourhood Concept Plan for development in the Sunnyside neighbourhood.


+ Campbell Heights Industrial Warehouse


Contract Value:

$4,938,000

Client:

Onni Contracting

Project Location:

Surrey, BC

Engineer:

McElhanney Consulting

Completion Date:

September 2017

Project Description:

Onsite and offsite servicing for the multi-tenant light industrial warehouse buildings called “Campbell Heights.” B&B performed onsite services including water servicing, sanitary servicing, storm drainage servicing, and infiltration trench servicing. B&B also performed the offsite services which included road works, asphalt paving, water works, storm works, sanitary works, and streetlighting.


+ TFN Tsawwassen Mills Mall


Contract Value:

$9,100,000

Client:

Ledcor

Project Location:

South Delta, BC

Engineer:

Associated Engineering

Completion Date:

December 2016

Project Description:

The Tswawwassen Mills Mall is a 1.2-million-square-foot shopping centre at the corner of Highway 17 and 52nd Street which was built on Tsawwassen First Nations’ land in South Delta. B&B performed all offsite civil work for this project including water, sewer, electrical, and drainage. This project consisted of installing a large volume of pipe, most of which was below sea level and thus required extensive ground water control. B&B installed around 7km of HDPE and large sanitite pipe. Steel pipe was also installed which required well pointing to draw down the water level. B&B had two Gensets running 24/7 with two 3” pumps on each Genset. This was critical because B&B needed to keep the water level under control to continue work according to schedule. There were approximately 500 individuals on site during construction at any given time. This made it very important to communicate with everyone effectively and uphold high safety standards. Weekly meetings were held with all key onsite individuals to coordinate vehicle and machine schedules and accessibility to the site. B&B met and exceeded all project requirements in regards to quality of workmanship and completing the project ahead of schedule while working alongside four other contractors at the same time.


+ Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion Project


Contract Value:

$3,000,000

Client:

Maple Reinders

Project Location:

Langley, BC

Engineer:

CH2MHILL

Completion Date:

May 2015

Project Description:

The Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion Project was constructed to provide sanitary servicing to the growing community. The general contractor was assigned the task of constructing the Wastewater Treatment Plant. B&B’s involvement in the project included preload removal and raft slab preparation, which included open and closed end pipe piles. Seismic considerations were a key factor in the raft slab mass in the event of future seismic activity. The civil works involved to get to this stage included ESC preparations, site preparation, dewatering, and utility installation. This included site access and subgrade preparation prior to the installation of sanitary, storm, and watermains. Having completed servicing, B&B then backfilled the site with sub-base and base gravels. Following this, B&B poured the concrete curbs and paved the asphalt.