Splatsin Construction Services LLP

Our mission is to be a leader in the supply of industry-recognized solutions in the fields of natural resource management and construction services.

Sicamous Roundabout

The District of Sicamous in cooperation with Ministry of Highways and Splatsin First Nation, designed an artwork project, welcoming travellers to Sicamous and the Splatsin Traditional Territory.  Working in a constrained space, with the highway in full operation, SCS prepared the site, poured concrete footings, installed precast concrete panels and mounted the metal artwork, which reflects the natural beauty of the area.  The area was replanted and has become a community showpiece for locals and travellers to enjoy.

Owner - District of Sicamous (2017)

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Englishman Bridge

This project, in the Three Valley Gap area, included the installation of a temporary crossing to provide equipment access to the both sides of the stream.  A 20 meter composite deck bridge was installed to provide industrial access on this Forest Service Road.

Owner - BC Hydro (2013)

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Edgewood Public Facilities Project

SCS was contracted by Columbia Power Corporation to upgrade the Arrow Reservoir Boat Launch at Edgewood, BC. The project included the installation of rip rap protection, new steel piles and walkway on the existing boat launch. In addition to the launch improvements, an integrated log breakwater system was also installed.  Pre-cast anchor blocks for the breakwater were placed with an 80 tonne crane working from a barge.

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Mabel Lake Dock

SCS was contracted to construct a pile supported platform, ramp and dock to improve access to this important recreation area.

Owner - City of Enderby (2016)

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Duncan Dam Reinforcement

SCS was retained to remove the top of the earthen dam to allow others to drive sheet pile before rip rap was replaced on top of the dam.  This will allow BC Hydro to increase the storage capacity of the reservoir for downstream energy production while ensuring public safety.

Owner - BC Hydro (2016)

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Hugh Keenleyside Dam - Bank Stabilization

SCS was contracted by BC Hydro to complete reinforcement works to the right bank abutment below the Hugh Keenleyside Dam.  Slope preparation and specific placement of a combination of design materials occurred over a 3 week period.

Owner - BC Hydro (2015)

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Inonoaklin Pad Replacement

SCS was contracted by BC Hydro to install a rip rap revetment pad and new poles near Inonoaklin Creek, which had shifted and was eroding the southwest bank along the right-of-way, putting the 3-pole structure at risk.  Moving the poles further away from the scoured bank was not possible because the structure forms a corner where the direction of the transmission line changes. 

The design included a rip rap abutment and setback berm partially below the current high water mark of the creek. The abutment protects the bank and re-directs flow away from the area immediately surrounding the base of the transmission poles. It extends inland past the highwater mark to protect the structure from future erosion of the channel bank. 

Owner - BC Hydro (2015)

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Nakusp Public Boat Launch

In 2013, Columbia Power Corporation (CPC) on behalf of BC Hydro contracted SCES to remove the deteriorating timber/pile supported boat ramp at Nakusp BC (Arrow Lake) and replace it with a concrete launch. The new concrete ramp is comprised of a combination of cast-in-place concrete and pre-cast panels. Working closely with local subcontractors, and suppliers, SCES continued to work with CPC to extend the length of the new ramp as reservoir levels permitted. Early in 2016, the final section of the ramp was completed.  The process utilized a barge, specialized equipment and divers to finish the job.  The boating public now has a ramp which can be used at all lake levels.

Owner - BC Hydro (2013-2016)

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Kingfisher Bridge

Landmark and YUCWMENLÚCWU partnered to remove a load restricted bridge and replace with a steel girder bridge with timber deck panels. The process involved temporary positioning of the bridge to provide equipment access during construction of the geosynthetic reinforced soil (GRS) abutments. The bridge provides access to timber from YUCWMENLÚCWU tenures, for sale at local mills.

Owner - YUCWMENLÚCWU (2016)

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Revelstoke Golf Course Restoration

SCS was contracted by BC Hydro to continue extensive modifications to river bank protection (rip rap) adjacent to the Revelstoke Golf Course.  Building on the work initiated in 2009, the slope preparation and placement of an additional 4700 m3 of rip rap over 1300 meters of riverbank was completed over a three week window in October, 2014, with minimal disturbance to the golf course and its patrons. To finalize the protection of the Columbia River bank, planting and seeding was completed in 2015 in the area adjacent to the newly installed rip rap.  The site was fertilized in the fall of 2015 and will be monitored to ensure green-up.

Owner - BC Hydro (2015)

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Eagle River Bank Stabilization

SCS was contracted by Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MOTI) to install several rock groynes and engineered log jams to protect agricultural land adjacent to Eagle River.  These structures direct the water flow into the middle of the channel and reduce bank erosion. Private pasture land was protected on this project.

Owner - MOTI (2015)

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"Best Boat Launch on the Shuswap"

The District of Sicamous contracted SCS to construct a public boat launch in Old Town Bay in preparation for the 2016 boating season. The project involved precast concrete panels and concrete planks to transition from shore to the lakebed.  The project, completed in April, 2016, continues to build on the marine infrastructure expertise SCS has been building.  Steel piles driven adjacent to the launch will be used by a private developer constructing a new marina adjacent to this facility.

Owner - District of Sicamous (2016)

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Checkerboard GRS Wall

An existing road had several small failures and the gabion wall was being compromised, resulting in road closure. Using geosynthetic reinforced soil (GRS), the wall was extended and the road rebuilt. As a safety precaution, traffic control was in place on the highway below the worksite. To ensure worker safety, our certified fall prevention system was put in place once the wall height exceeded 1.5m. The final wall height was approximately 5m.

Owner - BC Hydro (2015)

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Cartier Bay Wetland Enhancement

Landmark and YUCWMENLÚCWU partnered to buttress the west side of the old CPR rail grade embankment at the site of a collapsed wooden culvert and associated washout. The project is located between Revelstoke and the head of the Arrow Lakes on the east side of the Columbia River flood plain just south of Revelstoke, B.C.

Owner - BC Hydro (2016)

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