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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.


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.


Meet Stantec: Provider of Construction Management and Inspection for Facilities and Reactivation on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Stantec brings extensive experience with pipeline and terminal construction, and commitments to community service and safety to its role as provider of construction management and inspection.


Detailed Route Hearings Set to Begin in Alberta

These hearings will provide an opportunity for landowners and those potentially affected by the Project, granted a route hearing by the NEB, to share their concerns about the proposed detailed route.


Meet Midwest Pipelines: Construction Contractor for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

We recently connected with Midwest Pipelines Inc., the contractor for Spreads 1 and 2, who is responsible for the Alberta pipeline portion of the Project.


Environmental Protection Plans: Mitigation a Part of Construction

The plans detail the actions required to ensure protection of land, plants, wildlife, fish and the marine environment in all phases of the Project.


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.


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.


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.


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.