Project Summary

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

$185 Million

Construction Management, Project Controls

Transportation, Infrastructure

Project Description

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MoTI) led the Highway 91/17 Upgrade Project, to improve travel safety and efficiency by improving the existing Highway 91/17 and the 91 Connector. The brief scope of the upgrades was the construction of a new Highway 91 at the Nordel Interchange including upgraded ramps to and from Delta, Highway 91 Connector at Nordel Way intersection upgrades, a new interchange at Highway 17 and Highway 91 (Sunbury), and improvements to the River Road Connection.

RAM’s Role

RAM was retained by MoTI to complete Independent Engineer services, such as:

  • Developing a Work Plan and Project Quality Plan.
  • Reviewing the Contractor’s monthly progress draw and summary reports.
  • Inspecting the Project work to confirm the Contractor’s progress.
  • Producing monthly Eligible Cost Certificates and statement of work.
  • Reviewing drawings and other design data, documentation, including Project Schedule and information related to the design, construction and completion of the Project work.
  • Providing advice on, addressing inquiries with respect to, and investigating, any other matters arising related to the Project.

Read more about RAM’s role in the Highway 17 South Fraser Perimeter Road project.

Project Highlights

  • Provided MoTI with Planned vs Actual costs for RAM’s budget on a monthly basis.
  • Certified Contractor’s monthly progress draw to confirm claims are correct.
  • Continued to provide project services to MoTI during COVID-19 pandemic, while strictly adhering to BC Health Officials’ guidelines.