Cates Landing Way

Project Includes:

  • Complex earthworks, soil remediation, habitat reconstruction, site servicing and roadworks on a 10 acre site.
  • Removal and disposal of creosote piles logs and beams, as well as steel beams, piles, scrap metal and mass concrete.
  • Removal of 15,000 tonnes of contaminated soils upland and along foreshore to the low tidal point, including wastewater and CL+ and Hazardous Waste (HW) soils.
  • 40,000 tonnes of soil moved and gravels imported to reconstruct foreshore and create a new beach / wetland habitat.
  • Reconstruction of Roche Creek including fish ladders installed inside existing 1800mm culvert crossing under Dollarton Hwy, supply and install pedestrian foot bridges, and multi-plate culverts spawning across Roche Creek.
  • Trucking and placement of oyster shells from Nanaimo to restore oyster habitat.
  • Walking pathway installation inside Cates Park connecting to the new foreshore trail network.
  • Worked with Archeologists and Geotechnical Engineers to identify and protect Archeological artifacts and significant historic features.
  • Performed corresponding Port Metro required works for shoreline reconstruction and removal of debris from the bottom of the inlet in up to 30 meters of water.

Project Details


North Vancouver, BC

Date of Construction

2015 - 2019

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