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At Coastal GasLink, environmental protection is paramount, which is why we employ the highest standards possible to protect waterways during construction. Coastal GasLink initiated environmental consultation long before our construction shovels broke ground in 2019. We’ve conducted environmental field programs since 2012, consisting of up to 72 fisheries and aquatics crews, including fisheries biologists, as well as First Nations participants, who gathered site-specific information on fish and fish habitat.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures, many Fraser Lake and area students were left in a position of uncertainty. Our prime contractor Macro Spiecapag Joint Venture (MSJV) went to work to bring together their subcontractors - Falcon Camps, Horizon North, and International SOS, along with Coastal GasLink, to donate $4,000 to the Fraser Lake food bank initiative to assist the families in the region.
With development along the Coastal GasLink pipeline route well-underway, the construction of the Wilde Lake compressor and meter facility near Chetwynd and a meter facility near Kitimat is on the horizon. This month, Coastal GasLink awarded Aecon as the prime contractor for these facilities. We recently caught up with Andrew Geden, Vice President & General Manager, Operations, Industrial West for Aecon to ask about the company and learn more about their role with the Coastal GasLink Project.
Coastal GasLink has selected Aecon Group Inc. as prime contractor for construction of the compressor and metering stations that will become the anchor points of the natural gas pipeline. This announcement comes as the project is poised to launch the summer construction program and see first pipe put in the ground in July.
As part of our commitment to leaving an extraordinary legacy, Coastal GasLink has joined Tree Canada in a two-year partnership that will see 19 tree-planting projects across the country.
The Burns Lake Dog Park Committee was one of the successful recipients of Tree Canada’s community tree grants, and we chose them a priority community to kick off our 2020 activations.