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Update on Trans Mountain Construction Activities

Trans Mountain is winding down in-field construction activities in a safe, secure and environmentally appropriate manner.

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Pipeline Construction is Underway

Pipeline construction for the Expansion Project has officially begun. Trans Mountain celebrated the big milestone this month, as crews kicked off construction in Central Alberta.

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Managing Impacts: Pile Driving at Westridge Marine Terminal Delayed While Stray Sea Lion Escorted Home to Marine Research Station

Trans Mountain delays start of impact pile driving at Westridge while stray Stellar sea lion is escorted home to marine research station at east end of Burrard Inlet.

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Alberta Contractor Kickoff Heralds Start of Trans Mountain Expansion Project Pre-construction Work

Contractors working on the 289-kilometre Yellowhead section of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project gathered recently in Edson for Project orientation and safety sessions

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Update: Contractors for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Trans Mountain has selected seven contractors to lead construction of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, which includes work on 980 kilometres of pipeline and all associated facilities.

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Preparation Work for Pipeline Construction Begins in Alberta

Activities such as surveying, access development and tree clearing are underway in the Yellowhead County, Alberta area, as workers prepare the right-of-way for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Ian Anderson: "Boots-on-the-Ground" Means Canadians Can Begin Sharing in the Success of Trans Mountain

We’re excited to deliver on our commitments and ensure as many people as possible can benefit from an expanded pipeline while maintaining safety and balancing social and environmental interests.

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Enoch Cree Welcomes Trans Mountain, Government of Alberta and Government of Canada to Blessing and Groundbreaking Ceremony

Officials helped celebrate the construction required for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project today with a special Enoch Cree blessing ceremony.

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Preparing for “Boots-on-the-Ground” Construction

There are many steps to building a pipeline, but before “boots-on-the-ground” construction can begin, there are a number of important actions that need to occur.

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Construction Update: Burnaby Terminal Preparatory Work Underway

At our Burnaby Terminal, preparatory work is currently underway. We are working to place a permanent double-fence system on existing Trans Mountain property.

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Construction Update: Progress on Westridge Marine Terminal Expansion

​Construction has been underway for nine months at our Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, as crews work to build the new three-berth dock complex

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Relocation of Vapour Combustion Unit at Westridge Marine Terminal a Complex but Seamless Operation

A team of 45 people worked for 13 days to successfully relocate the Vapour Combustion Unit and associated equipment at Westridge.

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Managing Stormwater Runoff at Westridge Marine Terminal is a Priority

At Westridge Marine Terminal, a plan has been developed to protect local water quality during storm events.

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Simpcw Resources Group’s Pipeline Contracting Work Balances Jobs and Respect for the Environment

Over the past decade, a construction company created by the Simpcw First Nation has been carrying out a wide range of services for Trans Mountain Pipeline.

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Turbidity Curtain Contains Sediment and Protects Fish at Westridge Marine Terminal

Water samples taken near Westridge Marine Terminal confirm the effectiveness of a turbidity curtain installed to contain sediment stirred up during construction activity.

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Watercourse Crossings in Burnaby

A lot of time and care has gone into determining construction methodology and environmental precautions during Project construction to protect streams.

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Good Relationships with Landowners a Priority

We place a high a priority on developing and maintaining good relationships with landowners along the pipeline right-of-way. As a result, 95% of landowners have consented to the detailed route.

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Meet WorleyParsons, provider of construction monitoring and inspection for pipelines construction on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

WorleyParsons brings decades of experience in Canada and internationally to its role as provider of construction management and inspection in support of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Environment a Priority: Minimize, Mitigate and Restore

Our goal is to protect the environment, have as little impact as possible and where we do have an impact, to ensure we are returning the land to its original function.

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Constructing Through Parks and Green Spaces

As part of the Expansion Project, substantial work has gone into determining environmental impacts and mitigation methods to reduce the impact to the environment.

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