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Dolphin Jacket: Manufacturing to Installation

We recently installed the first dolphin jacket; an important part of the three new berths being built at the terminal as part of the Expansion Project.

Blog

Eaglet Spotted: Protecting Wildlife at our Westridge Marine Terminal

Earlier this month, we received confirmation that an eaglet has been spotted in a nest near our Westridge Marine Terminal!

Blog

Working to Ease Traffic Impacts Near Burnaby Terminal

We're working hard to minimize the impact of increased truck traffic near our Burnaby Terminal.

Blog

Project Update: Burnaby Terminal and Westridge Marine Terminal

Considerable progress has been made on the foreshore expansion at Westridge Marine Terminal and ongoing work to prepare for the installation of 14 new tanks at Burnaby Terminal.

Press Release

Update: COVID-19 Protocols

With the rapid developments around the COVID-19 situation, our priority continues to be the health and safety of our workforce, their families and our communities.

Blog

Protecting our Marine Environment through Green Marine

As part of Trans Mountain’s commitment to environmental protection, we work in collaboration with Green Marine, a voluntary environmental performance program for the North American marine industry.

Blog

Backgrounder: Trans Mountain Expansion Project Construction Accelerating

The in-service date is expected to be December 2022.

Blog

Talking Safety with our Lower Mainland Construction Contractor

We spoke to our Lower Mainland contractor, KLTP, to learn more about their safety culture and key safety initiatives.

Blog

Sound Walls: Reducing Noise from Construction at our Terminals in Burnaby

Sound walls, or noise barriers, are structures designed to buffer noise resulting from construction activity and help reduce the inconvenience to our neighbours.

Blog

Brake Check: Vehicle Safety at our Terminals

Trans Mountain ensures every truck entering our terminals is following safety and traffic management principles in order to keep our sites and the communities where we work safe.

Blog

Burnaby Terminal Tour Shows Streamkeepers how Trans Mountain Plans to Protect Local Waterways

A group of local conservationists recently got a close-up look at Trans Mountain's plans for protecting the quality of waterways running through Burnaby Terminal.

Blog

Progress Report: Burnaby Construction Update

​Construction is in full swing in Burnaby, BC with work underway at Burnaby Terminal and Westridge Marine Terminal.

Blog

New Animation: Go Inside the Westridge Marine Terminal Expansion

We've produced a new animation video to showcase the impressive construction feats underway along with some of the unique features of the project.

Blog

Burnaby Terminal Designed and Operated to Industry Best Practices

Our facilities are designed and operated to industry best practices and meet the most stringent fire safety standards, many of which exceed regulatory requirements.

Blog

Crews Mobilize at Westridge Marine Terminal to Resume On-Water Construction

On September 27, 2019, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority issued Trans Mountain a new Project Permit authorizing us to recommence construction activity on-water at the marine terminal.

Blog

Trans Mountain Donates $10,000 to the Wildlife Rescue Association of BC

The donation will help the organization build a new Medical Treatment Centre.

Blog

Marine Spill Response Enhancements Moving Forward

WCMRC is resuming implementation of an enhanced spill response program that will see $150 million invested in new equipment and new response bases in the Salish Sea.

Blog

Construction by Spread: What’s Happening in Your Area

​A large pipeline project like the Trans Mountain Expansion Project is typically is broken into manageable lengths called “spreads.” Our Project is divided into nine spreads of pipeline construction.

Blog

Meet Kiewit Ledcor Trans Mountain Partnership: Construction Contractor for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Extensive local construction experience and understanding of regional issues are strong assets for the contractor responsible for the Lower Mainland portion of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Practicing Emergency Response Plans on the Fraser River

The drill included both land and water-based training, including the deployment of spill response resources on the Fraser River.

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