Minister of Highways (Kensington)

Property Owner:
Minister of Highways

Binnie Civil Engineering

Project Value:

City of Burnaby

Project Description:

The scope of work included the construction of approximately 300 metres of new multiuse pathway including the construction of tie-ins to the existing pathway and adjacent infrastructure. The project included but was not limited to the following:

  • Quality management
  • Traffic management
  • Survey for layout, quantities and asbuilts
  • Site safety and security
  • Pavement cutting and removals of organics
  • Excavation and drainage ditching for embankment construction and off-site disposal
  • Embankment construction, compaction and shaping
  • Geogrid supply and installation
  • Rip rap supply and placement
  • Granular materials supply and placement
  • Culvert and storm drainage supply and installation
  • Concrete curb and gutter supply and hand form
  • Pathway electrical lighting supply and installation
  • Asphalt paving supply and placement
  • Sign supply and installation
  • Pavement marking
  • Imported topsoil supply and placement
  • Hydraulic seeding and maintenance
  • Sod supply and placement and maintenance
  • Bark mulch supply and placement
  • Tree with root barrier and shrub supply and planting and maintenance

Gregg Patterson

Gregg Patterson became the General Manager of The Beach Club in 1982 and spent 34 glorious years as their GM.

Gregg has been a featured presenter at various club management seminars in North America, South America, Europe and Asia; teaches club management courses at The Business Management Institute and was an Adjunct Professor at Cal Poly University, Pomona for fourteen years.

Gregg also writes for Board Room magazine and is the author of Reflections on the Club Experience, an anthology of essays on club cultures and operations.

In acknowledgement of his efforts as a club management professional, he was named the Club Executive of the Year by the Club Management Association of America in 2015.