We’re carrying out critical structural upgrades to Granville Bridge to ensure this infrastructure continues to serve us well.
These upgrades include:
- Repairing steel sections of the bridge
- Renewing portions of the steel coating system
Coating systems are designed to protect structural steel from corrosion and are critical to maintaining the overall integrity of the bridge. The new coating will last 30 to 40 years, with regular maintenance.
To support this work, we will also be modifying the debris netting under the bridge.
What's happeningPhase 1 of this project will begin early October 2022
Starting in early October 2022, we will begin Phase 1 of this project which includes work on three sections under the south end of the bridge above Granville Island. Crews will use scaffolding and catwalks to complete this work with minimal footprint on the ground.
Did you know?
Previous repairs to the bridge include:
- 1997: seismic retrofit of the north and south piers
- 2009-2010: installation of over 3,000 steel stirrups to the concrete ramps
- 2012: repairs to pier M7 at the north end
- 2013: replacement of the steel truss span bearings
- 2016: repairs to the gantry system
- 2019-2021: seismic and structural upgrades
This project includes work on three sections under the south end of the bridge above Granville Island.
Fall 2022 to spring 2023
The work will be carried out over multiple phases with this phase expected to take approximately seven months.
Monday to Saturday: 7am to 5pm, extended hours as needed
Weekends: as needed
How this project may affect you