Commercial Projects

Tsawwassen Mills

Partners: Ledcor Group / Tsawwassen First Nation
Contract Value: $34,000,000.00 (first 5 years)

Matcon Civil, through its joint venture with the Tsawwassen First Nation, currently manages the largest structural preload project in the Lower Mainland. Tsawwassen Mills is a shopping centre development project, one of the first major developments on TFN Lands following treaty negotiations…[read more]

Surrey Memorial Hospital Critical Care Tower

Partners: Fraser Health Authority / Integrated Team Solutions
Contract Value: $14,500,000

Matcon Civil was the Civil and Shoring subcontractor on Fraser Health’s Surrey Memorial Hospital Critical Care Tower project. Matcon Civil’s work included demolition of some existing facilities, installation of all storm, sanitary and water services for the new tower, and the parking basement excavation works…[read more]

Murray Street – 1000 Unit Town Center Community

Partners: Polygon / Klahanie Port Moody
Contract Value: $20,000,000

This large, community enhancing project included the reconstruction of a major arterial roadway and required more than 250,000 cubic meters of site grading and excavation work. Complete with internal road construction and installation of site services, we utilized trenchless pipe technology and cathodic protection of underground piping…[read more]

Douglas Road Main Replacement

Partners: Metro Vancouver
Contract Value: $7,000,000

Completed in 2010, this multi-phase water main replacement project included the installation of 2,825 lm of 200mm diameter ductile iron water main and 3,110 lm of 1524mm diameter steel pipe, a cast-in-place concrete cross-over chamber, a concrete cast-in-place line valve chamber, a concrete cast-in-place valve chamber, flow metres and all associated connections….[read more]

FortisBC Tilbury Liquified Natural Gas Plant Expansion

Partners: FortisBC
Contract Value: $2,200,000.00

FortisBC’s expansion of their Tilbury Island liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage facility in Delta, BC is intended to meet the long-term projected growth for LNG as a cleaner transportation fuel and an important energy source for communities, industry and the marketplace. This expansion will result in increased LNG supply, creating opportunities for industrial users and remote communities, bringing economic development and new jobs to BC…..[read more]