Project Profile – PCL’s City of Calgary Pedestrian Bridge

Project: Prince’s Island Pedestrian Bridge Deck Resurfacing

Owner: City of Calgary

Location: Calgary Downtown – Over The Bow River

The Problem:

Client was experiencing rust blisters and loss of traction on existing bridge deck coating. They required a replacement procedure that would allow pedestrian traffic to continue, and preserve the environment and waterway below.

Service / Product Provided:

One half, and 200 linear feet of the bridge was 100% contained at a time. This isolated the work area, and allowed pedestrian traffic to flow. Dalco then removed the failed bridge deck coating via induction heat coating removal equipment. The steel deck was then prepared with shot blast technology. Client specified the PPG system consisting of Amerlock 2 primer and SFT650 Poly Urethane; providing a durable, non-slip surface.

Date / Duration: July-Oct 2016

Project Value: $450,000

Total Man Hours: 4000

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