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In 1996, Emil Anderson Maintenance, a wholly owned subsidiary of EAC, was successful in obtaining the five-year contract to maintain the highways and bridges in the Fraser Valley Highways District.


The original contract was extended for three years and in 2004, EAM secured a 10-year contract to continue to provide highway maintenance services for Area 7. This extensive area covers the Trans Canada Highway from 264th Street in Langley to Jackass Mountain, north of Boston Bar in the Fraser Canyon; Highway 7 from Mission to Hope; Highway 3 to Sunday Summit; and Highway 5 from Hope to the Portia exit. Emil Anderson Maintenance employs a year round workforce of 90 people and supplements that with additional personnel during winter months. EAM conducts routine road and bridge maintenance but also takes on emergency cleanup and stabilization projects and related extra work. EAM crews work diligently to provide safe conditions to the traveling public. We would like your feedback on the service we provide. Please phone or fax the office below or preferably, send an email to eamreport@eac.bc.ca. We look forward to receiving your comments.


For current roadway condition information including web cams and road reports, click the link www.DriveBC.ca


Patterson Creek

:: Patterson Creek


Because Emil Anderson Construction owns and maintains 'in-house' its extensive equipment fleet, it is possible to respond at a moment's notice to all types of emergency work. EAC operates six highway tractors and lowbeds to ensure equipment can be moved quickly to emergency sites. The Company employs experienced operators throughout the province to ensure that personnel are available at all times.


In the winter of 2001, heavy rainfalls contributed to a large debris flow over the Trans Canada Highway east of Chilliwack. Emil Anderson Maintenance Co. Ltd. (EAM), a wholly-owned subsidiary of EAC, was tasked with restoring the highway to operational status and cleaning up 17,000 m3 of material. EAM contacted EAC's full-time Equipment Manager and quickly secured the machines necessary to complete the cleanup. Up


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