Golf Links Multi-Use Bridge – 2015
TBT Engineering Limited (TBTE) has been retained by The City of Thunder Bay (COTB) to provide design and contract administration services for a new multi-use bridge over the McIntyre Floodway that would connect Vickers Street to Carrick Street. The new bridge will be consistent with the COTB Active Transportation Plan and establish a north-south cycling corridor in order to foster a safe, comfortable, and convenient path for cycle-commuting and other forms of non-vehicular travel.
An active transportation corridor that utilizes Carrick Street and Vickers Street as a main thoroughfare was chosen by the COTB as a practical, low-stress, and direct route to link the City’s two cores. A new bridge crossing the McIntyre Floodway was identified as a key component of this route.
The establishment of this active transportation corridor has been identified as a priority action in developing the commuter and recreational network in Thunder Bay.
This project will follow the Schedule B Process for the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (MCEA) (October 2000, as amended 2007, 2011, & 2015). Schedule B undertakings have the potential for adverse environmental effects; these effects are well understood from a technical perspective and are minor in nature. Schedule B projects are required to go through a screening process, including consultation with those who may be affected.
A Public Information Centre is being held on Thursday, October 4th, 2018.
Time: 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Location: Outdoor Venue at the corner of Carrick St. and Waterford St., North bank of McIntyre River
To submit comments online please visit: www.tbte.ca/carrick-vickers-multi-use-bridge-comments
This website will host the project file documents pertaining to the Schedule B MCEA and will be updated regularly.
For further information on this project, or on the planning process being followed contact the following individuals:
|TBT Engineering Limited
Ms. Dani Rhodes, P. Eng, C.E.T.
1918 Yonge Street, Thunder bay, ON, P7E 6T9
Tel: (807) 624-5160
|City of Thunder Bay
Mr. Adam Krupper
Mobility Coordinator, Engineering Division
111 S. Syndicate Avenue, Thunder Bay, ON, P7E 1C5
Tel: (807) 625-2163
Congratulations to the 2018 Lakehead University Steel Bridge Team on their 1st place finish at the ASCE Mid-West Regional Steel Bridge Competition!
The competition which was held at the University of Iowa featured schools from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, Northern Ontario, and Manitoba.
The Lakehead University Team will now travel to Illinois to compete at Nationals! We wish them the best of luck!!
TBT Engineering is a proud sponsor.
TBT Engineering was awarded the Business Excellence Award (Large) at the annual Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce Gala held on Saturday April 14. This was due largely in part to the amazing group of TBTE employees we have working to make a difference in our communities. In appreciation of all their efforts, TBT held a little celebration for our staff yesterday afternoon with treats from Nucci’s Bake A Deli. Thanks again for this award which recognizes all of the hard work and dedication they put in.
This past summer, TBT Engineering (TBTE), and MNRF worked closely together to ensure various environmental considerations, including protections, were incorporated into the design and construction of a project to restore a natural stream at the Raleigh Creek Crossing.
Working closely with the assistance of a Fisheries Contract Specialist from TBT Engineering… MNRF Trained Students compiled site information, measured water quality and used backpack electrofishing, seine nets and minnow traps to gather information about fish habitat and local fish species, including Northern Pike, White Sucker, and Yellow Perch.
Congratulations to everyone that was involved in this worthwhile project; the day after construction on the natural stream was completed, fish were already back in the new channel and seemed to love their new home!!
TBT Engineering’s employee-driven Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser was a resounding success this year. This year’s event drew in a record attendance of over 100 golfers and the total raised for the Children’s Centre Foundation of Thunder Bay was $6,635.75 We would just like to say a big THANK YOU to all those who donated prizes and all the golfers in attendance. A great event once again!
TBT Engineering is a proud Sponsor of the 2017 BizKids Camp!
BizKids Camp provides youth the opportunity to experience the role of an entrepreneur. Participating youth develop a business plan and with help from their business coaches, run their business on the last day of camp and try to turn a profit!
Congrats to all the young entrepreneurs that took part in today’s Market Day.
From homemade bath products, chocolate bark, pigs in a blanket, indoor planters, and organic dog treats; there was something to delight everyone!
For more information on this and other summer camps, please visit: https://www.nwoinnovation.ca
TBT Engineering is thrilled to announce that for a second straight year we are the Presenting Sponsor of the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra.
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