Cleanup of LNG site in Squamish underway – Business In Vancouver

by ahnationtalk on August 9, 201883 Views

August 8, 2018

Work has begun in Squamish to dismantle the remnants of an old pulp mill site to make way for the Woodfibre LNG project.

The cleanup is being done by Sukwi7 Contracting – a subsidiary of Nchu7mut Contracting, a Squamish First Nation business unit – and Vancouver Pile Driving Ltd.

The cleanup will involve the removal of thousands of old creosote-soaked pilings, an old warehouse, docks and other infrastructure from an old pulp mill – a job that is expected to take about six months and employ roughly 25 people.

Read More: https://biv.com/article/2018/08/cleanup-lng-site-squamish-underway

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