West Toronto Diamond - Rail Grade Separation Project

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Ranking for 2012: 93

Industry Sector: Transit

Specific Sector: Rail

Range: 0 - $500,000,000

Project Value: $277,000,000

Government Funds Involved: N/A

Funding Source: Public

Location: Toronto, Ontario

Estimated End Date of Substantial Completion: 2014

LEED: N/A


This project will improve commuter service reliability, eliminate at-grade conflicts with freight rail traffic, and support overall improvements to service on the GO Transit Georgetown/Weston rail corridor through the construction of a new rail-rail grade separation. Interlocking steel pipe piles are being used to form the outer walls of the depressed corridor. The main contract involves the construction of several precast, prestressed, rail carrying bridges that will be erected by lateral sliding during rail track blocks.


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