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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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Backgrounder: Trans Mountain Expansion Project Construction Accelerating

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

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Meet Backwoods Energy Services

Backwoods Energy Services is the largest Indigenous-owned business in northwestern Alberta. The company has worked with Trans Mountain since 2014 and is currently working on the Expansion Project.

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Update: Work Underway Across Alberta

Construction’s underway in Alberta, including pipe transport, stringing and assembling in Greater Edmonton, right-of-way preparation in Yellowhead, work at Edmonton Terminal and two pump stations.

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Meet SA Energy Group: Construction Contractor for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

SA Energy Group is a unionized pipeline construction contractor and an active member of the Pipeline Contractors Association of Canada.

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Meet Cord: Engineering, Procurement and Construction Contractor for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Cord is the Engineering, Procurement and Construction Contractor for the Edmonton Terminal and 12 pump stations included in the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Event Recap: Edmonton Information Session

Trans Mountain hosted an information session for our neighbours in the Edmonton area on August 27, 2019, to discuss our construction plans for the region.

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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.

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