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TRANS MOUNTAIN ANNOUNCES CONTRACTORS FOR EXPANSION PROJECT


Sep 12, 2017 - one year ago

By Supply Post

TRANS MOUNTAIN ANNOUNCES CONTRACTORS FOR EXPANSION PROJECT

Kinder Morgan Canada Limited is pleased to announce that Trans Mountain has selected or signed memorandums of understanding with six contractors with experience delivering pipeline and major infrastructure projects in British Columbia and Alberta, in anticipation of planned construction activities in September 2017. The pipeline construction and associated terminal expansions are expected to take approximately 28 months to complete, with the work distributed among several spreads, or sections, along the route between Edmonton, Alberta and Burnaby, BC. 

The contractors will directly hire the individuals and sub-contractors needed for each contract and scope of work. This will include union, non-union and Aboriginal workers and will be in accordance with Trans Mountain's commitment to maximize employment opportunities for Aboriginal, local and regional communities. 

The following is a list of contractors that have been selected or signed MOUs, in anticipation of executing final definitive agreements with each contractor: 

Spreads 1 & 2: Edmonton/Yellowhead 

Contractor: Midwest Pipelines Inc. 

Spreads 3 & 4: North Thompson 

Contractor: Ledcor Sicim Limited Partnership 

Spread 5A: BC Interior 

Contractor: Surerus Murphy Joint Venture 

Spread 5B: Coquihalla - Hope 

Contractor: Macro Spiecapag Joint Venture 

Spread 6: Fraser Valley 

Contractor: Somerville-Aecon Energy Group 

Lower Mainland 

Contractor: Kiewit Ledcor TMEP Partnership 

Lower Mainland scope includes Spread 7, Burnaby Mountain tunnel and three terminals: Westridge Marine Terminal, Burnaby Terminal and Sumas Terminal. 
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To learn more, including the contact information of the contractors, click here

  


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