The completion of the John Hart Generating Station replacement project near Campbell River could be pushed back three to four months due to tunnelling delays, B.C. Hydro said Monday. Stephen […]
Completion of the Evergreen Line has once again been delayed by several months, B.C.’s Transportation Ministry announced Friday. The new SkyTrain line was originally scheduled to be operational next summer, […]
The Evergreen Line’s tunnel boring machine ‘Alice’ has resumed boring work following a lengthy six-month-long hibernation, a spokesperson with the provincial government has confirmed. Last week, crews with Italy’s SELI […]
“The goal of this major infrastructure project is to construct a seismically resistant watermain that will not be damaged by river scour and will meet the needs of future growth in our region,” said Metro Vancouver chair Greg Moore.
“This new watermain will replace the existing 40-year-old crossing, which was damaged by river scour. This tunnel construction is truly an amazing engineering feat,” he added.
After a long and technically challenging TBM drive, McNally/Aecon JV (MAJV) have completed tunnelling for the Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The project, which Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin called the largest transit investment ever in Canada, will span nearly 12 miles and include 25 stations and stops that will link to existing bus and subway routes and other transit lines.