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Light weight pumice backfill material behind AIL Precast Panel Wall Golden Ears Bridge completed

The Golden Ears Bridge crosses the Fraser River and establishes a vital corridor between Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Surrey and Langley via a connecting 14 km road system.

AIL’s Precast Panel walls with a custom eagle motif.Proven retaining wall expertise and product performance led to AIL and Vist-A-Walls being selected for this project. Both Wire Walls and Precast Panel Walls were used, with the latter including a custom-cast Eagle motif.

One unique challenge was the low bearing capacity of the soft foundation soils which required the use of lighter weight pumice and river sand as backfill materials.

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Area: 7,800 m2

- Wire Walls – Cobblestone Finish
- Precast Panel Walls – Smooth Finish, Eagle Motifs

Owner: TransLink (Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority)

Contractor: Bilfinger Berger Canada Inc.

Consultant: CH2M Hill Canada
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