Biggest B.C. construction project starts in 2022


Ranked by estimated cost of project

Published April 10, 2023. Sources: B.C. government's Major Projects Inventory and BIV research.

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Rank '22 Project name, municipality Project type Description Developer/owner Website Start date Completion date Estimated cost


Senakw Housing Project, Vancouver


Development of 6,000 units of mixed residential and affordable rental housing in 11 towers up to 56 storeys

Westbank Projects/Squamish Nation


Late 2026 (1)

$3 billion


North Harbour Waterfront Condominiums, North Vancouver


700-unit condominium and townhomes development on 12 acres

Concert Properties Ltd


Late 2026

$400 million


Ridley Island Export Logistics Platform, Prince Rupert

Transportation infrastructure

Construction of a large-scale loading and storage platform for transloading bulk commodities to containers for export; fully integrated with technology to support current and future port services

Prince Rupert Port Authority

Early 2022

End of 2024

$250 million


Highway 1 Four-Laning on Ford Road to Tappen, Tappen

Transportation infrastructure

The project will upgrade approximately 4.3 kilometres of the Trans-Canada Highway and replace the Tappen overhead bridge

B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

Q1 2022

Q4 2024

$243 million


Highway 1 Widening from 216 Street to 264 Street, Langley

Transportation infrastructure

Widening of 10 kilometres of Highway 1 from 216 St to 264 St. Project will include extending the HOV lane and a commercial and passenger vehicle parking lot at Hwy 17

B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

Spring 2022

Summer 2024

$235 million

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