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Site C Project will see some activity changes

Monday, November 9, 2015 @ 3:50 AM

Ft. St. John B.C.- Work on the Site C Dam this week will  include some pile driving,  although BC Hydro says it will monitor noise levels to ensure they are within acceptable  limits.

The pile driving is for  a temporary Peace River construction  bridge.

Some changes  will be happening as  the  work to  improve  the 240 Road and 269 Road will end for this season  and will resume next spring.  That means the  contractor will be de-mobilizing.

Site preparation will continue for the work camp  and trailers may start to arrive,  so  there will be plenty of truck traffic in the area.

Prep work  may start for a temporary bridge  across the Moberly River. Installation of security gates, fences and guard buildings will occur at the dam site as well.


With non-unionized and union workers on the job it will be an epic battle. I wonder how much TFW they will bring to site?

With non-unionized and union workers on the job it will be an epic battle.’

And guess who’s spoiling for a fight and will do everything they can to derail the project out of petty spite for perceived personal gain? Here’s a hint – it’s not the non-unionized workers.

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