Highway 99 Sea to Sky Upgrade

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Host of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, British Columbia focused on allowing for the safe passage of drivers travelling from Vancouver to Whistler along Highway 99. Almost 400 tons of steel were hot-dip galvanized for use in the construction of 48 new bridges and 219 retaining walls. The long term corrosion protection and lower maintenance costs associated with hot-dip galvanized steel are a key component in a cost efficient and environmentally friendly solution to keep this beautiful scenic highway safe for generations to come.

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