The Tawatina Bridge is part of the 13 km first phase of the Light Rail Transit construction project in the Edmonton Valley. The $391 million project is a cable stayed, concrete box girder bridge and pedestrian walkway that will cross the North Saskatchewan River over three spans. The construction process involves both the use of cast-in-place false-work as well as a form traveler system where the bridge is constructed one section at a time.
This project is extremely monumental for the City of Edmonton and will be a part of the City’s skyline for decades to come. We at Inline are proud to be involved in such a project.
Inline Group has been continuously monitoring the bridge construction using control systems set up on the ground and the bridge itself to ensure pinpoint accuracy. Our surveyors are tasked with using innovative strategies to measure elevations, placements of bridge components and false-work forms through constricted and challenging environments. This work requires co-ordination with the client and all trades on the site to ensure efficiency, safety and quality results are achieved.