Golden Ears Bridge

Golden Ears Bridge

About this project

Providing a new north-south crossing over the Fraser River was a strategic goal of the region which provides a more effective disaster response. As the design architects for the Public-Private Partnership (P3), we were responsible for the aesthetic consistency along the 15 km of new roadway and the new 1 km bridge as well as the interface between the new route and the four municipalities through which it passes. In addition, we coordinated the public art and signage at each end of the route and on top of the bridge piers, and the four interpretive signage displays on the main span.

Architect: Norm Hotson, Principal at DIALOG
SLA Role: Project Architect while at DIALOG


Tags:  bridge, cable, CH2M, corten steel, GEB, golden eagle, infrastructure, Langley, Maple Ridge, P3, Pitt Meadows, public art, public private partnership, Surrey, vancouver, Vancouver Architect
Client:  Translink