Confederation Bridge, PEI-NB, Canada – Mar 2005 to Apr 2014 (Operation Phase).
The Confederation Bridge is a 13 km (8 miles) long post tensioned precast concrete crossing linking Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick. Main bridge has 43 spans 250 m (820 ft.) each. During the Operation Phase of the bridge, filled the roles of the Independent Engineer’s Project Manager and Project Director. The Independent Engineer is responsible for administration of the Concession Contract, reviewing the maintenance and operation of the Facility, reviewing all changes to the bridge, inspecting the bridge at least once annually, reviewing annual vessel collision risk assessment, reviewing the strait seabed scour monitoring program, and reporting on the condition of the bridge to the Developer, Public Works & Government Services Canada, and Transport Canada.