Public notice 

Ledcor – Pile Installation and Reconfiguration – Public comments invited 

June 8, 2022 - As part of its Project and Environmental Review process, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority must determine whether the proposed Ledcor – Pile Installation and Reconfiguration, located in the following two locations: (1) adjacent to 1700 Cliveden Avenue, Delta and (2) adjacent to 430 Canfor Avenue, New Westminster is likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects. Written comments to be received by July 7, 2022

To help inform this determination and a decision on whether or not to approve the proposed project, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority is inviting comments from the public respecting that determination. All comments received will be considered public and may be posted online.  For more information, individuals should consult the Privacy Notice on the Registry website. In addition, your contact information may be shared with third parties, e.g., the tenant, other relevant agencies, to help respond to your questions and inform possible mitigations. 

Written comments must be submitted by July 7, 2022 to: 

Vancouver Fraser Port Authority 
Project and Environmental Review 
100 The Pointe, 999 Canada Place 
Vancouver, B.C. Canada V6C 3T4 

The proposed project 

Fraser River Pile & Dredge (GP) Inc., working on behalf of Ledcor Resources and Transportation Limited Partnership (Ledcor), is proposing to increase their barge moorage areas by: 

  • Install one (1) 914-millimetre and one (1) 1,067-millimetre diameter single steel pile dolphins at Ledcor's Annacis tie-up site 
  • Install six (6) 914-millimetre diameter single steel pile dolphins and potentially relocate one (1) 610-millimetre and (1) 1,219-millimetre diameter single steel pile dolphins at their Sapperton tie-up site if suitable for reuse 
  • If the piles are not suitable for reuse, piles would be placed onto a material barge for transport to an off-site recycling facility 

The proposed pile installation and relocation activities would be carried out using a marine spud derrick equipped with a vibratory hammer and a materials barge. 

The project is expected to be completed within four days in late July, during Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) least-risk window fish (Fraser River: June 16 to February 28).  

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