Formula Contractors Ltd. has been completing highway bridge projects for over 38 years.

Formula is able to provide innovative bridge construction solutions for highways and municipal structures. Whether it’s a 6m concrete slab bridge or a 120m design and build project, Formula can provide expertise, professional crews and equipment to complete any job in the most economical, safe and environmentally friendly manner.

KM 64 MACKENZIE HWY #1 NWT
Completed: July 2013
Owner: Government of NWT

15.0m Pre-cast Bridge structure constructed on a pile driven foundation. Located at KM 64 on the Mackenzie Highway #1 Northwest Territories.

NADIHINI CREEK BRIDGE – SHAKWAK HWY
Completed: October 2013
Owner: Government of Yukon

Construction of a 15m pre-stressed Box Beam bridge founded on GRS Integrated Bridge Abutments. Located on the Shakwak Highway between Haines Junction, Yukon and Haines, Alaska, this structure was constructed to replace two failed culvert structures that had washed out during seasonal run off.

PROHIBITION CREEK
Completed: March 2014
Owner: Government of NWT

Design build of a 108 m steel girder and concrete deck bridge founded on a drilled pile foundation. Located at KM 995.3 on the Mackenzie Valley Winter Road near Norman Wells NWT.

Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk Highway – Bridge Site #3
Currently under construction
Owner: Government of NWT

Completion winter 2016. Formula is constructing 8 new bridges on the ITH (Inuvik to Tuk Highway) over 3 winter construction seasons (2014 – 2016). This is the first all season highway access between Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk NWT.

SMALL CREEK BRIDGE
Completed: January 2012
Owner: BC Ministry of Highways

This project consisted of the design and build of a 65.0m, three span bridge to replace the existing arch structure and to restore fisheries habitat to Small Creek which is a tributary to the Fraser River. Project was located on Highway 16 near McBride, BC.

SHALE CREEK BRIDGE
Completed: April 2011
Owner: Government of NWT

This is a 36.0m clear span, steel girder, composite bridge founded on a driven pile foundation. Project located on NWT Highway 1 north of Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories.

LIARD HWY KM 180
Completed: February 2010
Owner: Government of NWT

15.0m pre-cast concrete slab bridge founded on steel piles. Project located on Liard Highway. Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories.

WINDREM CREEK BRIDGE
Completed: November 2009
Owner: District of Chetwynd

This is a pre-cast concrete structure founded on steel piling. Financed by Olympic Legacy funding to allow for access to a new retirement community in the town of Chetwynd.

IRON CREEK BRIDGE
Completed: August 2009
Owner: BC Ministry of Transportation

Removal and replacement of existing structure. Renovation of existing foundation. Supply and installation of pre-cast box beam bridge and associated road work. Project located on Upper Halfway River Road, Fort St John B.C.

ROSE RIVER BRIDGE
Completed: May 2009
Owner: Yukon Department of Highways

Renovation of the existing Acrow bridge structure. Supply and installation of new approach spans. Project located Canol Road No.6, Yukon Territory.

OGILVIE BRIDGE
Completed: October 2009
Owner: BC Ministry of Transportation

Removal of 140′ Acrow Bridge, followed by the construction and installation of new 110′ steel/concrete structure on steel pilings that were drilled into weathered bedrock, rock socketted and then filled with tremmied concrete. Project located 40 kms north of Bell II Lodge on Highway 37 N (Stewart-Cassiar Highway).

CACHE CREEK BRIDGE
Completed: summer 2008
Owner: BC Ministry of Transportation

Located on Highway 29 between Hudson Hope and Ft. St. John, BC. This is a 46m clear span, steel girder, composite bridge founded on a pile driven foundation.

CARIBOU CREEK BRIDGE
Completed April 2008
Owner: Government of NWT

Located on Dempster Highway near Inuvik, NWT. Piles were augured into 30′ of permafrost before being conventionally driven to refusal by diesel pile driving methods.

BAMBRICK BRIDGE
Owner: BC Ministry of Transportation

Located in the Chilcotin area (Big Creek) southwest of Williams Lake, BC. This bridge is constructed of pre-cast concrete beams founded on post and pad footings.

BILISTON CREEK BRIDGE
Owner: District of Metchosin

Located in Metchosin, BC. This is a replacement structure for an existing bridge. Three spans, two lane box beam founded on driven steel piles.

NECHAKO RIVER BRIDGE

Located north of Vanderhoof, BC. This highway bridge is constructed with weathering steel girders and poured in place concrete. Total reconstruction of three spans plus addition of one span to 228 metres total length.

NATION RIVER BRIDGE
Owner: BC Ministry of Transportation

Located north of Fort St. James, BC. Three span, two lane replacement bridge constructed of concrete.

COCHRANE ROAD OVERPASS
Owner: BC Ministry of Transportation

Located on Vancouver Island, BC. This bridge crosses over the new four lane freeway with a low profile 56 metre span.