The Regina Bypass was the largest transportation project in Saskatchewan’s history. Broda was responsible for over 100 km of highway construction, fine grading, and aggregate placement, as well as 30 bridge abutments. We also completed just over 10 km of culvert installations, as well as multiple temporary road detours. Challenging aspects of this project included working alongside public roads and infrastructure, existing utilities and utilities being installed, and working in unison with multiple sub-contractors and large numbers of workers. In total, Broda moved nearly 9 million cubic meters of earth borrow and embankment.
Being such an important public infrastructure project, the Regina Bypass had a very stringent schedule and cost requirements. Broda was able to not only contribute to these successes, but was also able to be partnered in the design and planning phases of the project to help ensure its success from an earthworks standpoint.