Gravity Construction Inc.
Is a family-owned civil contracting company located in North Vancouver, British Columbia currently serving all areas of the Lower Mainland.
Gravity Construction has successfully completed work for Lower Mainland Municipalities, the Ports of Vancouver as well as small and large Developers. Our highly skilled workforce and fleet of extensive construction equipment assure that all projects are built to the highest standard and delivered on time and on budget.
As a family run business we understand the value of developing and building long-term relationships with our clients and employees.
On the Job Site with Gravity
annacis island: New Waste Water Treatment Plant Outfall Site Preparation
Gravity has been been contracted to complete the preparation for the new WWTP outfall site. We will be responsible for the relocation of site services, site grading and excavation, and construction of a new retaining wall for existing roadway to access the site building.
Project is expected to complete in April 2019
ANNACIS ISLAND: WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT COGENERATION BACKUP POWER
Kenaidan Contracting Ltd awarded us a subcontract to provide the Excavation and Formwork Work for Annacis Treatment Plant. Our responsibilites include site work demolition, excavating, site grading, installation and grading of granular base and sub-base, supply and installation of yard piping materials, installation of manholes, catch basins and valve chambers, forming, placing and finishing of concrete.
Completion is expected end of August 2018.
Lonsdale Energy CorporatioN: Installation of DES Water Piping
Gravity was contracted to complete the excavation and installation of a District Energy System (DES) throughout the Lonsdale Community. District energy systems deliver energy services with greater efficiencies and lower emissions than traditional forms of heating for housing. The heat will be generated and transferred into a fluid and distributed through the installed underground water pipes where it is used for space and water heating. The fluid is then returned to the source to be reheated and recirculated. This project will run down 3rd Street from St. Georges to Moodyville, where a new residential development is being built.
This project is due to be completed in October 2018.