Golden Ears Bridge, Canada
Vercity provides the management service agreement (MSA) to the Golden Ears Bridge project company. The bridge was opened in 2009. We continue to ensure the facilities management providers deliver on their contractual obligations.
Golden Crossing General Partnership Ltd
Circa $1500m (Original construction cost)
The Golden Ears Bridge is a six-lane extradosed bridge in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia. It spans the Fraser River, connecting Langley on the south side with Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge on the north side.
Vercity provides the management service agreement (MSA) to the project, with a particular focus on contract compliance to ensure the facilities management (FM) providers are delivering their contractual obligations. Vercity provides proactive management to the project and conducts compliance auditing and defect and technical evaluations, including the identification and deployment of service providers to support operations, enhance value and maximise returns.
Our established consultancy services continue to provide support to project teams internally, working closely to deliver a high-quality service to our clients. In implementing a robust reporting process, we help capture live data that leads to confident decision making. Our reports cover key operational and commercial considerations and includes health & safety matters, operational structure, service efficiency, cashflows, and supply chain considerations.
The construction project, officially launched in June 2006, created 14 kilometres of new road. Our award-winning collaborative working creates a positive impact for the public sector whilst maintaining investor returns.
Golden Ears Way has direct connections to Lougheed Highway, Maple Meadows Way, 113B Avenue, 200th Street, 176th Street (Highway 15) and the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1). The completed bridge opened on June 16, 2009. The bridge features bike-pedestrian protected lanes on each side. In monitoring project performance and establishing effective approaches, we prevent and resolve issues with positive outcomes. We identify opportunities to enhance operational efficiency, minimise performance issues and avoid disputes.