Past Projects


Trans Canada Pipeline (Bison Pipeline)

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Bison consists of approximately 302 miles of 30-inch-diameter natural gas pipeline and related pipeline system facilities that extend northeastward from the Dead Horse Region near Gillette, Wyoming, through southeastern Montana and southwestern North Dakota where it interconnects with Northern Border Pipeline Company’s (Northern Border) system near Northern Border’s Compressor Station No. 6 in Morton County, North Dakota.

Project Safety Managers were responsible for the portfolios of Safety and Emergency Response. Work closely with regulators including Pipeline & Hazardous Material Administration (PHMSA),  Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the United States Department of Labour/Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

Project Safety Managers are health and safety subject matter expert at site and  provided extensive guidance and support to the Project Management Team, inspection personnel and the general contractor. Our team provides direction and leadership to a team field safety advisers and admin techs.

 

Trans Canada Pipeline (Groundbirch Pipeline Project )

Trans Canada Pipeline – The Groundbirch Pipeline Project is an  extension of the existing TransCanada Alberta System to connect sweet natural gas supply mainly from the Montney Formation located in northeast British Columbia (BC). The pipeline would extend from a new interconnection on the Gordondale Lateral near the downstream side of the existing Gordondale Meter Station on the Alberta System, approximately 11 kilometres east of Bay Tree, Alberta to a meter station in the Groundbirch area in northeast BC, approximately 37 kilometres northwest of Dawson Creek.

The Safety & Emergency Response lead establishes response relationships with local emergency services, is the most senior health and safety subject matter expert at site and  provided extensive guidance and support to the Project Management Team, and inspection personnel

 

Trans Canada Pipeline (Stewart Lake Lateral Pipeline)

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Trans Canada Pipeline – Stewart Lake Lateral Pipeline included the construction of approximately 20 km of 36″  lateral pipeline to connect the Fort St. John mainline to TransCanada’s Groundbirch Pipeline. Clearing and construction for the Stewart Lake Lateral Pipeline begin in April of 2011 to meet the projected in-service date of January 2012.

The Safety & Emergency Response lead establishes response relationships with local emergency services, is the most senior health and safety subject matter expert at site and  provided extensive guidance and support to the Project Management Team, and inspection personnel.

 

Trans Canada Pipeline (Nosehill Creek HDD)

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The Nosehill Creek section would be approximately 3.5 km of 1067 mm (42 inch) outside diameter pipeline and it would parallel the existing pipelines The Nosehill Creek section includes a 1.1 Km HDD crossing of the Athabasca River.

The Safety & Emergency Response lead establishes response relationships with local emergency services, is the most senior health and safety subject matter expert at site and  provided extensive guidance and support to the Project Management Team, and inspection personnel.