Road Construction

Roads can take many forms, and ALSA has been working on Calgary road construction projects for nearly 40 years. From small projects like pot hole repair, to large freeways, interchanges, and complex upgrades to residential or commercial developments, we show the same expert workmanship and attention to detail no matter the size of the project.

ALSA Road Construction’s expert staff will take you through the process, explaining the steps of the project, materials used, the timeline it will take to complete, and the budget required.

From the moment you call our offices for an estimate, to details like how we are careful not to have any segregation or cold joints to make your project stand out from the rest, we work hard to be the Calgary road construction company that is recognized for high quality products and services, expert workmanship and competitive rates.

Our Calgary road construction services include commercial, industrial, and residential asphalt paving in Calgary and surrounding areas. ALSA will manage the removal of old surfaces, removing or relocating any existing trees and vegetation, grading the surface for the new roadway and ensuring the proper base, subbase and paving material is used for your project needs.

Nearly 40 years of Calgary Road construction means there are projects all over the city you likely drive past every day that we’ve completed. From multi-family condo parking lots in Sky Point, Bow Trail improvements, Douglas Glen Transit improvements, or along the Downtown C-Train tracks. Visit our projects page for a comprehensive list of completed Calgary Road Construction projects.

To learn more, or to discuss how we can help you with your road construction project contact us.

Taza

The Taza mixed-use development will consist of 1,200 acres of development on the Tsuu T’ina Nation (bordering Calgary), which will include 17 million square feet of multiple realms of real estate. There will be three distinct areas of the development known as Taza...

Calgary Zoo Flood Mitigation

The Calgary Zoo Flood Mitigation project consisted of the installation of a steel sheet pile cofferdam wall around the perimeter of St. George's Island, designed to protect the Zoo’s infrastructure from rising waters experienced during flooding of the Bow River. It...

61 Avenue SW

The Chinook LRT Station area (Including 61 Ave SW) in the southwest of Calgary is defined as a Major Activity Centre in the Municipal Development Plan since 2013. To enhance 61 Ave SE between Macleod Trail SW and Centre Street S, ALSA executed the reconstruction and...