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D.B. General, Reporting for Duty

A critical piece of construction equipment being used at our Westridge Marine Terminal is the D.B. General, the largest floating and revolving derrick barge on the West Coast of North America.

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Navigation Safety: Extra Caution Advised for Marine Users Near Westridge Marine Terminal

Marine construction means a few changes to navigation for recreational boaters and other vessel operators in Burrard Inlet in the vicinity of Westridge Marine Terminal.

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Construction Safety Boom at Westridge Marine Terminal Protects Workers and Waterway Users

In order to protect workers and marine waterway users the work area will be defined by a floating construction safety boom, which will be marked with appropriate navigation lighting and controls.

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Lizette Parsons Bell: Preparing for Construction at Westridge Marine Terminal

We’ve developed a disciplined approach to ensure we meet all regulatory requirements to start construction, including a thorough project and environmental review.

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Moving Towards Construction: Westridge Marine Terminal

As we get closer to construction of the Expansion Project, various teams are working hard behind the scenes as we move through permitting processes and ensure we meet NEB conditions.

In the News

New oil spill response vessel takes to the water

The G.M. Penman is a 65-foot spill response vessel – the first of at least five new skimming vessels that will reside on our coast to respond to marine emergencies involving fuel or oil spills.

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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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Trans Mountain Announces Kiewit-Ledcor as Major Lower Mainland Contractor of the Project: Contractor to Begin Hiring Workforce to Get Shovels in the Ground in September 2017

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Project has Broad Range of Positive Impacts on the Marine Sector

Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP) includes significant measures to protect the marine environment — as well as wide-ranging commitments and actions, ...

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Mike Davies: Project Benefits Include Support for Marine Jobs and Research

Mike Davies, Senior Director of Marine Development, talks about the broad range of marine benefits coming with the Trans Mountain ...

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