The Channel Dredging Project at PCT is entering a monitoring stage after having completed the dredging and berm maintenance activities in September this year. All the material that was dredged from the navigational channel and the turning basin has been placed behind the under water retention berm where it will remain. PCT has applied for and received a Disposal at Sea permit to conduct limited additional dredging activities should monitoring show that additional work is required.
We would like to thank the local residents and the users of the inlet as we appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding during this project.
Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. (PCT) wishes to advise our neighbours that we will performing a maintenance shutdown from August 12th – August 26th.
In addition to our regular work hours, it is anticipated that some of the work will need to be done through the evening and from 8pm – 7am Monday through Sunday as required.
PCT will do everything possible to perform the work as quickly as we can. We wish to apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause our neighbours. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us by email at email@example.com, or by phone at 604-939-7371. After business hours please call 604-931-9211.
PCT’s contractors are preparing equipment on site for repainting this week. The preparation involves periodic blasting which is generating more than normal noise levels. This work will be occurring Monday to Friday between the hours of 7:00 am and 5:30 pm and should conclude on Monday, June 3rd.
Pacific Coast Terminals (PCT) is providing the public an update of minor continued berm construction activities taking place near the terminal. After having completed the bulk of the berm construction and having let the berm settle for a month, we are topping up the berm to design elevations in localized areas. This work is expect to take two or three days to complete.
Daily activities will take place from 7:00 am to 8 pm consistent within the VFPA Project Permit # #15-136
Should you require additional information on the dredging project, or if you would like to register a concern with the project, please visit our website www.pct.ca or call 604-939-7371. After business hours please call 604-931-9211. Thank you for your continued patience.
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