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Meet the Contractors Responsible for Building the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

We have selected contractors with specific experience and expertise for each portion of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Meet Simpcw Ledcor Partnership: Construction Contractor for Reactivation

We connected with the contractor for this portion of the project Simpcw Ledcor, a partnership between Indigenous owned Simpcw Resources Limited Liability Partnership and Ledcor Pipeline.

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Trans Mountain Expansion Starts Work in Kamloops

Trans Mountain kicked off pipeline construction in British Columbia today with work beginning in the City of Kamloops.

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Yellowhead and Parkland County Construction Restart

With winter behind us and summer on the horizon, pump station construction has restarted in Alberta in Yellowhead and Parkland County following spring break-up.

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What You Need to Know: Camp Community Site Preparation

Camp communities are planned for smaller communities with less available temporary workforce accommodation in order to limit pressure on local housing and services.

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Project Update: Ongoing Work in the BC Interior

​Crews have been busy throughout the BC Interior; surveying, flagging and staking, as well as locating utilities along the right-of-way.

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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.

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Meet EPCOR: Power and Electrical Contractor on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

EPCOR is the contractor responsible for design, construction and maintenance of specific electrical power interconnection systems, including substations, switchyards and transmission lines.

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Photos: COVID-19 Measures on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Trans Mountain is making every effort to ensure we can continue to do our work safely and responsibly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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What you Need to Know: Pump Station Construction

Pump stations are a critical component of the operations of our pipeline system. They contain electric motors to drive the pumps that maintain the pressure and flow rate in the pipeline.

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What You Need to Know: Cryptogamic Crust Salvage

As part of our work to prepare for construction of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project in Kamloops, Trans Mountain Resource Specialists are salvaging cryptogamic crust in Kenna Cartwright Park.

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Working to Ease Traffic Impacts Near Burnaby Terminal

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

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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.

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Project Update: Construction Progressing in Alberta

Currently, there are active sites at all phases of pipeline construction as well as work underway on a number of trenchless crossings.

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April is Safe Digging Month!

​Whether it’s roadwork, infrastructure projects, home improvements or a new garden, Trans Mountain wants everyone to be mindful of the risks underfoot.

Press Release

Update: Operations in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Trans Mountain’s first priority has and will always be the health and safety of our workforce, their families and our communities.

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What You Need to Know: Spring Break-up

​Spring break-up describes the time of year when field construction slows down or halts due to the melting snow and frost that causes the ground to become soft and muddy.

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What You Need to Know: Controlled Burning

Controlled burning is a common practice that is used in the forest industry, and in some cases is required to mitigate against the potential for forest pest infestations and reduce wildfire risk.

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Quarterly Update: New Employment, Training and Procurement Figures

As of December 31, 2019, about 6.6 million person hours have been spent on the Project.

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Meet Ledcor Sicim: Construction Contractor for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Their role for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project is as contractor for pipeline construction on the North Thompson portion of the Project.

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