AECOM will provide planning, design and construction administration for a new full cloverleaf interchange, two new structures over the MacLeod Trail and Canadian Pacific railway tracks, and the twinning of the Stoney Trail (Highway 22X). The upgrade will help handle the additional traffic volume anticipated once the Southeast Stoney Trail is opened, scheduled for September 2013.
“The Macleod Trail/Stoney Trail Interchange project is an important component in the building of the Calgary Ring Road,” says AECOM’s Jim Zagas, senior civil project manager. “We are honored to have the opportunity to expand our role in the building of this vital road infrastructure investment, which will alleviate the heavy goods and services traffic from the Calgary’s road network.”
AECOM previously completed the design for two separate sections of the Calgary Ring Road, the Northeast Stoney Trail project, delivered via a public-private partnership, and significant portions Northwest Stoney Trail project, delivered conventionally.