Western Canadian Construction Fort St. John
Working tirelessly and diligently, crews endured some of the most extreme conditions to complete The Air Liquide HP project late December, 2013; installing approximately 4, 800 meters of 88mm Flex-pipe. Many days were >-35C and from start to finish, 138cm of snow fell.
“I have to say that this was one of the toughest projects I have been a part of; the pressure to complete on schedule was high…third party delays, the running line consisting of many sensitive construction areas such as a golf course in the most grueling winter conditions. Hours were long, days off became non-existent and the weather would not give the crews a break, even when temperatures rose above -30C. All that aside, I could not have asked for anything more from Fred Straub, Ray Cornwall and the crews from Fort St. John and Regina. This group brought it all together, in a time sensitive and professional manner; ensuring that our customer would be provided with yet another quality high pressure installation. Safe working environments, despite the extreme working conditions were of main priority; enabling crews to work around the clock.
-Regan Pinette | Superintendent CUC-FSJ
The project was completed within two days of the expected completion deadline. A special thank-you to Peter Woolf, Kirk Brandvold, Dan Wentzel, and Dave burton for the assistance with riser sites, high pressure testing set-up and the final gasification and purge that took place at 3:00am on December 23rd. At some points during the final push, it looked as if we may be spending Christmas together.
“This is another example of the competitive advantage of CUC. We are a team, we are adaptable, we will always do what is right and we take pride in our work. Being a part of this makes me want to come to work each and every day”.
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