Formula has the technical expertise to complete cost-effective rehabilitation and emergency repairs to existing structures.

Formula is well versed in lifecycle management of infrastructure and can provide in house engineering for quick, practical solutions to immediate repair requirements as well as provide best practices to maximize the service life of the same.

Many of Formula’s senior management have worked in an essential services industry in the past and therefore have the intuition and motivation to provide paramount service to emergencies. Combine this with a skilled workforce and a fleet of owned equipment and Formula has the resources required to offer exceptional response.

ERITH RIVER BRIDGE
Completed: August 2013
Owner: West Fraser Mills, Hinton Alberta

Renovation of the existing Erith River Bridge near Robb, Alberta included removal of the existing timber guardrail system and fabrication / installation of a new steel barrier system. The works also included concrete beam repairs and milling and paving of the existing structure.

BUCK CREEK BRIDGE #1
Owner: Lakes District Maintenance (BC Ministry of Transportation and Highways)

Located on Buck Flats Road near Houston BC. Replacement of failed timber caps and hardware. Included jacking up the existing highways bridge structure and placing new bridge caps along with associated hardware. The project also included inclusion of more rip rap revetment work to prevent stream erosion of the bridge abutments.

CN MILE 34.95 FRASER SUBDIVISION
Owner: BC Ministry of Forests

Located at Crescent Spur, BC, the project included jacking up the existing structure to change out the bearings and it also required concrete repairs which included epoxy injection and the addition of concrete cover.

NECHAKO RIVER BRIDGE

Located on Highway 16 West at Fort Fraser, BC. This project required alternating highway lane closures while the bridge spans were raised with hydraulic 150 tonne jacks so the replacement of bearings could be made.

EAST PINE BRIDGE

Located on Highway 97 North near Chetwynd, BC. 1,600 holes were drilled and bolted to strengthen the existing structure.