Klohn Crippen Berger (KCB) provided design services to the BC Ministry of Transportation, as a sub-consultant, for the Mufford Crescent Interchange in Langley BC. The project included widening of Mufford Crescent, realignment and widening of Highway 10 (Glover Road), upgrade to 64th Avenue between Highway 10 and 216th, and a new bridge over the Railway to eliminate the at-grade crossing.
The project was delivered using the traditional Design-Bid-Build project delivery. KCB provided structural and geotechnical engineering, and pavement design services for the structures and roadworks.
Extensive liaison with the various stakeholders has been required including: CP Rail regarding rail clearance envelopes, track settlement under preload, rail crash barriers and protection fencing; utility owners Fortis, BC Hydro, Telus, and the municipalities regarding interferences/potential relocations, and settlements of existing utilities; and the Langley City and Township regarding design criteria.