Contract awarded for Highway 29 realignment, bridge replacement

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has awarded a contract to construct a two-lane realignment of a segment of Highway 29 and replace the Halfway River Bridge northwest of Fort St. John.

According to the Government, a $104.6-million construction contract was awarded to Eiffage-Infracon Halfway River Joint Venture.

Work includes 3.7 kilometres of a new two-lane highway and the construction of a new one kilometre-long bridge crossing the Halfway River, about 500 metres north of the current structure.

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The Government says the construction will help maintain safe, reliable highway access for people in the region following the Site C project’s completion.

Construction is expected to begin this winter with completion in fall 2022.

Any impacts to traffic will be shared with the public on DriveBC.ca.

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