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Has Trans Mountain identified a software program of choice for scheduling for the project? Also, is there a preference for linear scheduling software on the Burnaby Mountain Tunnel portion of the project?
What advertising are you doing that shows the economic benefits for the community (pipeline jobs, marine jobs, marine equipment such a boats and skimmers, emergency equipment for the coastal waters that supplements the coast guard). Advertise the benefits.
Just after leaving the town of Hinton, why not follow the existing power line that was put in years ago. This line goes to your pumping station west of Hinton, at the Wildhorse lake turn off. This way you could bypass Maskuta Estates and all private land. You would not need to cut hardly any trees down with that route as well.
Will there be a Provincial or Federal pipeline inspector on site at all times during construction.