Environmental Construction,
Indigenous Archaeological Excavation,
Underground Utilities

Boundary Bay Road Stormwater Improvements

Project Details

Location: Delta, BC
Client: City of Delta
Category: Environmental Construction, Indigenous Archaeological Excavation, Roadworks, Underground Utilities,
Scope: The installation of storm sewer pipe along the northbound lane of Boundary Bay Road, to improve drainage and reduce flooding in the agricultural area. Exploratory investigations revealed the work is located within an Indigenous archaeologically sensitive area.

Specialized Equipment and Respectful Construction Required

Screening of all soil in the archaeological zone was required, with any found artifacts salvaged by archaeologists. As an experienced, respectful construction partner, we are qualified to use specialized equipment required to safely remove, screen, handle, and salvage Indigenous artifacts and soils.

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700 LM of 1.2m Sanitite HP Storm Pipe and Flow Control Structure

Successful Pipe Installation on Indigenous Land

The Sanitite HP storm pipe installation was an experimental product for the City of Delta, sourced from the US. With experience installing a wide range of utilities, J.Cote was able to install the storm pipe successfully with no issues. In addition, J.Cote worked alongside the archeologists and First Nation band to ensure that every artifact unearthed was done so with tact, precision, and caution.

Underground Utilities,

Agassiz, BC

Agassiz RV Campground Construction

The construction of a 32-Lot RV Park included underground utility and roadworks.