This impressive timelapse of over a month's period shows how this state of the art asphalt plant in Vancouver, British Columbia, was built.
Watch how All Roads Construction in British Columbia used SmoothRide to design and resurface 48 miles (78 Km) of highway with minimal lane closures and challenging conditions. The combination of people, new technology, and design intentions provides you a high level overview of modern asphalt paving today.
@civil_gorilla tours the All Roads Asphalt Plant in Coquitlam. Their plant manager shows us around and we talk about technology in paving. All Roads president Rod Stephens gives us his perspective on getting the plant off the ground and why he is so proud of their commitment to the environment. Produced by @pushysix
The $7.4-million project includes resurfacing Highway 1 in both directions including the shoulders and on and off ramps of connecting interchanges. We work closely with both WorkSafeBC and the provincial ministry of transportation and infrastructure. We ensure COVID-19 protocols including social distancing are followed during the construction work. To minimize driving delays work is done at night with a minimum of two lanes open to traffic through the work zone.
On this bustling day we've produced our own asphalt and started paving our plant site. It was successful live production quality test for our state-of-the-art facility!
This is how we hoisted the control center of our brand new asphalt plant and powered it up for the first time.
This is how we began the construction of our state-of-the-art 2020 Gencor Asphalt Plant located under the Portman Bridge in Coquitlam, BC.