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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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The 28th Annual Great Salmon Send-Off

2018 marks the 28th year of the Great Salmon Send-Off and hundreds of people came to Stoney Creek Community School in Burnaby to celebrate.

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Safe Boating Week an Opportunity for Small Vessel Operators to Focus on Safe Navigation Skills

Waterway users in Burrard Inlet are encouraged to exercise extra caution when nearing the Westridge construction area and to familiarize themselves with safety protocols .

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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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A Family With Strong Roots in the Westridge Area of Burnaby

A former long-time Burnaby resident explains why he wants to see the Trans Mountain Expansion Project built.

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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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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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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.

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Construction Update: Pipeline Construction at the Shell Canada Property in Burnaby

Learn more about planned activities at the Shell Canada property located on Underhill Avenue north of Broadway in Burnaby, BC.

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Construction Update: Progress on Westridge Marine Terminal Expansion

The marine safety boom has been installed and construction equipment, barges and supply vessels have been deployed to the site.

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Geotechnical Studies are an Essential Part of Pipeline Safety

We take a very close and scientific look at the terrain, and what’s under it, as part of studies to optimize the route for pipeline construction.

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Managing Noise a Priority at Westridge Marine Terminal

To minimize impacts on residential areas, Trans Mountain has developed plans to manage the intermittent noise and vibration associated with construction at Westridge Marine Terminal.

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Watercourses at Burnaby Terminal

To accommodate the expansion of Burnaby Terminal two sets of tributaries will be relocated into new culverts for their full length across the facility.

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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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Meet Kiewit-Ledcor Trans Mountain Partnership: Construction Contractor for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Extensive local construction experience and an understanding of regional issues are strong assets for the joint venture partnership responsible for the Lower Mainland portion of the Project.

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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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