Two Firms Shortlisted for Second Surrey Langley SkyTrain Contract

Written by Kyra Senese, Managing Editor
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The Province of British Columbia has announced that two pre-qualified teams have moved forward to the request for proposals stage to design and build eight new stations for the Surrey Langley SkyTrain.

The request for qualifications was published on BC Bid as part of the competitive selection process and ended on Jan. 5, 2023. Following a comprehensive review of the submissions, the following teams have been asked to participate in the RFP stage:

South Fraser Station partners, including:

  • Aecon Infrastructure Management Inc.
  • Acciona Infrastructure Canada Inc.
  • Pomerleau BC Inc.
  • AECOM Canada Ltd.

SkyLink stations partners, including:

  • Dragados Canada, Inc.
  • Ledcor Construction Investments Ltd.
  • SYSTRA International Bridge Technologies Inc.
  • IBI Group Architects (Canada) Inc.

The Province expects to announce the selected applicant in early 2024, a release said. 

Surrey Langley SkyTrain is a 10-mile extension of the Expo Line from King George Station to Langley City Centre, and it is the first rapid transit expansion south of the Fraser River in 30 years. 

When completed, the project will provide high-quality, low-cost transit to residents of Surrey, Langley, and the rest of Metro Vancouver. The Surrey Langley SkyTrain project is slated to begin major construction in 2024, a release said. 

Three separate contracts are being used to complete the Surrey Langley SkyTrain project. The first contract, which comprises the elevated guideway, roads and utilities, and active transportation routes along the expansion, was issued to two finalist teams on Jan. 3, 2023. The contract will be awarded in late 2023.

The third contract is in the RFQ stage and is for the design and installation of SkyTrain track work as well as the design, installation, and integration of electrical systems. The shortlist of organizations that will move on to the RFP round will be released later this spring, a release said.