SiteViews: January, 2024
2024 is upon us and despite cold winter weather, construction is marching on.
We have Snow angels, cold concrete pours, buildings on boats and more in the very first SiteViews of the new year.
That’s one way to instantly increase your amount of workers. Ventana crews took a break from their B.C. job sites to make snow angels.
Crews check out the Toronto skyline from Exhibition Station, where one day the Ontario Line subway will share a concourse with GoTransit. Until then, teams are putting the finishing touches on the pedestrian bridge.
Surerus Murphy Joint Venture
On January 20, Surerus Murphy Joint Venture reached 9,005 total completed welds on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, concluding their welding program with a project-leading repair rate of 3.18%.
Canam’s massive steel girders roll through Toronto before getting installed at the eight-story podium area at 141 Bay at CIBC Square.
This project will be thrilling adventure seekers for years to come. ThunderVolt is beginning to take shape at the PNE in Vancouver. The new coaster will have a fully themed entrance plaza, waiting area, illuminated launch tunnel and landscaping, with footpaths for visitors.
Turner’s self perform team works on concrete topping at The Post in downtown Vancouver.
A Craft Voice in Safety (CVIS) team member helps maintain safety on site. Every Kiewit job requires a CVIS team to empower craft workers to take ownership of their safety and the safety of those on the project.
How do you deliver a building to an island? You float it of course. CIP’s first install of the year was a new campground office for Regional District of Nanaimo at Descanso Bay Park.
Syncra crews pour the final slab-on-grade at its Kits Block project site. The first section of P1 exterior walls were shot, and the P1 suspended slab reinforcing and electrical rough-ins also took place.
MGI Construction Corp.
MGI conducts demolition operations during a cold Ontario winter.
Seaspan Victoria Shipyards hosted Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Wonder for a quick visit before it set sail for Australia and New Zealand.
The shot of the month goes to …
The Quorum Group
With the crisp winter sky, rolling mountains dotted with trees and crews working on the roof, it almost looks like a painting. The team is working on a two-storey, 12-classroom addition to Dr. Knox Middle School in Kelowna, B.C. The budget for the project is $22.3 million.