Graham Capital, BBGI
City of Saskatoon
This project involved the construction of Saskatoon’s largest infrastructure project and the revitalization of one of the City’s most important landmarks. The North Commuter Parkway is an arterial roadway which comprises the development of the planned transportation network that will link the Marquis Industrial area with the University Heights, including a nearly 400 m (1312 ft.) long, six-lane bridge across the South Saskatchewan River. This project will help foster and support the anticipated population of approximately 28,000 people and approximately 8,250 jobs in the area. The Traffic Bridge portion of the Project includes demolition and removal of the existing Traffic Bridge superstructure and construction of a new steel Parker through truss bridge in the same location as the current bridge. Also included is replacement of the existing retaining wall on the east side of Victoria Avenue between 11th Street and Saskatchewan Crescent, road and walkway improvements to Victoria Avenue between the bridge and 11th Street, and walkway improvements along Saskatchewan Crescent.