Ice is not nice under vehicle wheels, so our maintenance contractors use brine for anti-icing and de-icing, to help keep highways safe in winter. Brine is crystal salt (sodium chloride) blended with water – a
Our maintenance contractors work hard every day to keep BC highways safe and traffic moving smoothly. Because British Columbia is a geographically diverse province, our contractors can face any number of unique challenges where highway
Welcome to the work of our operations managers… It takes a cool head in emergencies, problem-solving and planning skills, an ability to communicate with a vast variety of people – and in one case – an eight-hour drive to the job.
Line painting in BC has been evolving over the last decade since oil-based paints were discontinued by federal regulations in 2010, due to concerns around the environment and worker exposure to volatile organic compounds. We
Now that the dust has settled (and been swept, of course!) on most* of the BC highway maintenance contract renewal process, let’s review the new specifications and the maintenance contractors that are taking them on.
Drivers are getting a serious grip at 14 high-collision locations throughout the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island with the application of high friction surface treatment. High friction? Yeah, basically the roads at four interchange