Trans Mountain time-lapse shows Burnaby terminal work moving fast

Trans Mountain released a new video showing the pace of work so far on projects related to the pipeline in Burnaby.

Construction started up again on land at Burnaby’s Westridge Marine Terminal during the summer and more recently on the water.

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The Trans Mountain video is a time-lapse depiction of the work taking place on the water. According to a statement from Trans Mountain, some of this work will include pile driving.

Westridge Terminal work scheduled to begin this year, according to Trans Mountain, includes:

  • Site preparation activities
  • In-water construction of new shipping berths
  • Foreshore extension work
  • Water treatment facilities
  • Decommissioning and demolition of certain facilities 
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