Located at the intersection Beresford Street and McKay Avenue in Burnaby, BC the excavation and shoring for the two towers of the Gold House project was completed in 2 phases over 18 months. The excavation and shoring for the Gold House project in Burnaby included 99,500m³ of excavation and 5,706m² of shotcrete.
Owner: Rize Alliance
Completion: August 2017
Engineer: GeoPacific Consultants Ltd.
SWC Supervisor: Jeff Fletcher / Dave Martin
SCOPE OF WORK
Excavation Volume: ~99,500 m³ (4,000 m³ of detailed excavation)
Excavation Depth: 18m
Shoring Wall Area: 5,706m²
Shoring Anchors: 1,675 anchors totaling 18,000m of anchors.
August 1, 2017
Beresford Street & McKay Avenue
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