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Getting ready for construction: Worker Accommodation

We're engaging with local communities and businesses to ensure non-local workers have a place to live while they’re working — either temporary camps or a mix of commercial and rental accommodation.

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Anchor Loop Construction 10-year Anniversary

We asked our Senior Project Director, Greg Toth, who was the Project Director for the Anchor Loop Project and who is leading the TMEP, about his experience in pipeline construction, then and now.

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Meet Matt McTavish: Certified Arborist and Horticulturalist

One of our experts, arborist and horticulturalist Matt McTavish, talks about removing vegetation — and replacing it when construction is done.

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Getting Ready for Construction: Worksite Preparation

Preparations for construction include establishment of worker camps, temporary construction sites, staging areas and access roads along the right-of-way.

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Getting Ready for Construction: Right-of-Way Preparation

One of the first activities in preparation for construction work is removal of trees and vegetation in areas along the pipeline, at temporary worksites and at facilities.

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Pipeline Going Underground: Trenchless Crossings Reduce Impact

Trenchless methods allow for underground crossings that minimize disturbance to highways, railways, major rivers and other watercourses, sensitive environmental areas and urban areas.

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Community and Construction Liaisons: Creating Community Connections

During construction of the Expansion Project, our goal is to create clear and open communication channels with the communities that will be impacted by construction activities.

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Innovative Shrouds will Reduce Pile Driving Noise

The shrouds, to be used for pile driving at the Westridge Marine Terminal, dampen the sound of hammer impact by 65 to 95 per cent.

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EVRAZ: A World Leader in Pipe Manufacturing

At least 75% of the pipe needed for the Expansion Project is coming from a manufacturing facility in Regina. That supports hundreds of well-paying jobs for Canadians.

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Mitigating Risk: Changes to Burnaby Terminal Design

There is nothing more important than the safety of our neighbours, the community and our employees. The Burnaby Terminal has ...