Aldergrove Border Crossing


Aldergrove Border Crossing Upgrade features Tyndall Stone from Gillis Quarries

On April 14, 2014, the federal government announced an investment of $17.7 million for an upgraded Aldergrove border crossing. The announcement included an additional Primary Inspection Lane, a larger traveller processing facility, and a commercial examination warehouse, two new commercial lanes, five new traveller lanes with the ability to expand to eight in the future.  The crossing is one of four major border entry points in the Fraser Valley.

Project Details

Brock White supplied a number of products in the project to replace the existing and aging Canadian Border Services Agency infrastructure at Aldergrove. Over 10,000 square feet of Tyndall stone - quarried in Manitoba - was supplied for the project with stunning results.  

BW Products Used: Tyndall Stone from Gillis Quarries, Roxul (Rockwool) CavityRock, Fero Ties, Concrete Block, Target Mortar Cements.

Project Completed: late 2015

Location: Aldergrove, BC

Contractor: Lark Projects Ltd.

Architect: Ratio Architecture Interior Design + Planning

Masonry Contractor: VanTunen Masonry

Brock White Sales Representative:  Dana Hughes

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