BC Hydro Site C Dam Construction Support
The BC Hydro Site C Dam (or "Site C Clean Energy Project") is a $8.3 billion large-scale earth fill hydroelectric dam project on the Peace River in north-eastern British Columbia, Canada. The site is downstream from the existing W.A.C. Bennett and Peace Canyon dams.
With an estimated capacity of approximately 1,100 MW and an annual output of 5,100 GWh of electricity, this is the first large dam to be built in BC since 1984. It will be BC's fourth largest producer of electricity.
Allnorth’s scope of work on this project included developing and writing of:
- safety management plans and procedures,
- environmental response and construction plans for all construction activities and
- construction plans and procedures for heavy civil and bridge construction activities both on land and in the river.
Allnorth also provided construction management of in-house construction personnel.
Services in this project
Allnorth’s Environmental Services Group (ESG) comprises scientists, biologists, engineers, technicians, project and construction managers and business professionals. We have the experience and expertise to ensure that your project is planned, implemented and completed safely and sustainably.
Project and Construction Management
At Allnorth, we believe that communication and teamwork, from start to finish, are key to the successful execution of any project. We work closely with our clients to plan and manage projects from initial concept through to delivery.
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