With 50 workers on site, we developed a fire plan and two health and safety plans (for our crew and the site).
For the Esquimalt Jetty B rehabilitation and environmental remediation mandates, we performed the following work:
We detected the presence of hazardous materials in the water, prompting us to implement an extensive environmental protection plan in collaboration with an environmental consultant.
Since the site was always active and many people worked on it simultaneously, we had to establish exemplary and constant communication and coordination channels.
We had to carry out the work despite the limited on-site workspace.
This mandate required compliance with strict and complex specifications.
We used special equipment, such as cranes, excavators, concrete pumps, barges and barge-mounted equipment to handle the dredging.