Southwest Calgary Ring Road

Rank 2020

12

Industry Sector: Transportation

Range $5 billion

Specific Sector: Highway

Project Value: $5,000,000,000

Government Funds Involved: P3

Funding Source: P3

Location Alberta

Estimated End Date of Substantial Completion: 2022

In May 2015, a historic land transfer between Alberta and the Tsuu T’ina Nation was finalized, providing certainty that the construction of the southwest segment of the Calgary Ring Road could go forward. This will extend from Lott Creek Boulevard on Glenmore Trail/Highway 8 south to Macleod Trail (Highway 2A) and is approximately 21 kilometres long. The project will also include approximately 10 kilometres of connector road upgrades.

KGL Constructors spent much of the spring and summer focusing on structures and graveling work, as well as preparing for the upcoming significant detours that will be necessary for the project construction. KGL also increased its 24-hour operations throughout the project landscape in an effort to keep the project on schedule despite weather delays that occurred in June.

The road remains on schedule to open in late 2021.

Project Owner: Alberta Transportation

P3 Team Members/Project Team: Kiewit; Ledcor; Connor Clark and Lunn; Meridiam; Kiewit; Graham; Ledcor Operations and Maintenance; Alberta Highway Services Ltd.

Engineer: Jacobs (owner’s engineer); COWI North America (concept design of highway interchange structures); ISL Engineering and Land Services (owner's engineer); Tetra Tech (owner's engineer); Wood Group (consulting)

Contractor: KGL Constructors (Elbow River bridge)

Other Key Players: EY; LeighFisher; WSP; Aon; INTECH; Golder; Englobe; Exp; ARUP; Morrison Hershfield; Parsons; GHD; McElhanney; Deloitte; Hemmera

Legal: Gowling WLG (counsel to Alberta Transportation); Borden Ladner Gervais (legal advisor); Torys (lenders to MVP); Osler

Road or Transit Length (km): 31

2019 Rank: 12

2018 Rank: 10

2017 Rank: 9

2016 Rank: 6

2015 Rank: 7

2014 Rank: NEW

Municipal Funding Number: 0