WEB EXCULSIVE: Canada's Golden Ears Bridge timeline photos

01 May 2009

One of the first tasks at the proposed crossing point was to prepare the riverbed for pile boring (2

One of the first tasks at the proposed crossing point was to prepare the riverbed for pile boring (2006).

Construction of the CA$ 956 million (US$ 770 million), 970 m-long Golden Ears Bridge, close to Vancouver, Canada started in July 2006 and is due for completion later this year, in time for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver in February.

Following KHL.com's report on construction of the bridge in February, new images provided by the Golden Crossing Constructors Joint Venture (Germany's Bilfinger Berger and the US's CH2M HILL), and construction workers John McArthur and John Surabathula, show construction of the bridge from the first piling operations until completion of the bridge deck late last year.

To submit your photos contact Richard High, Head of Content, richard.high@khl.com

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