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Fairview Container Terminal, Phase 2 Expansion

Members of our team have been involved in planning and design development of the terminal since its beginnings in 2004

  • 36K

    Foot Intermodal Rail

  • 26.5

    Ha Terminal Expansion

  • 400m

    Third Birth

  • Prince Rupert, British Columbia

    Prince Rupert, British Columbia

Master planning one of North America’s fastest growing ports

For nearly 20 years, our team of port specialists has been supporting DP World and the Prince Rupert Port Authority with the design and development of the Fairview container terminal. We began studies and preparation in 2012 for the Phase 2 (North) expansion environmental application, securing all federal and provincial regulatory approvals and permits, and later providing inspections for Phase 2A construction.

As part of the Phase 2B goals, we developed terminal expansion concept alternatives for a third berth, container yard expansion, intermodal yard reconfiguration, and new terminal buildings with parking and ancillary facilities. After that, we completed a feasibility study and final terminal master planning. This included real-time peak terminal simulations and detailed master plans of the preferred alternative so the operating layout could achieve a throughput capacity of 2.45 million twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) per year.

Next, we led the development of preliminary design drawings, capital budget cost estimates, project schedules, risk management strategies, and a geotechnical investigation program.

Most recently, we were awarded the Stage 1B owner’s engineer (OE) contract to provide multi-disciplinary OE services for the design build works.

At a Glance

Offices
Client
  • DP World (Canada) Inc.
Partners
  • Prince Rupert Port Authority
Meet Our Team

Harold Westerman, Sector Lead, Ports and Marine Terminals

Our ports and marine terminals practice is not just about designing port infrastructure – it’s about understanding our client’s operations, and the overall shipping industry and supply chain, to enhance their customer’s experience.
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Kip Skabar, Principal, Transportation

Our infrastructure projects are designed to optimize the safe and sustainable movement of people and goods.

Roslin Arbuckle, Project Manager, Ports and Marine Terminals

Be adaptable to changing markets—we need to deliver a variety of projects and understand the requirements of shipping different commodities.
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Chuck Rosner, Associate, Senior Project Manager, Ports and Marine Terminals

My ultimate goal is client satisfaction—it’s important to meet (and hopefully exceed) client expectations on whatever we deliver.
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Marcel Deveau, Principal

I believe in instilling a sense of urgency within my Ports & Marine Terminals team, to ensure client needs are dealt with efficiently.

Reid Person, Principal

Innovation enables us to provide effective and efficient environmental solutions that minimize impacts to air quality and climate change.

Harold Westerman

Sector Lead, Ports and Marine Terminals

Kip Skabar

Principal, Transportation

Roslin Arbuckle

Project Manager, Ports and Marine Terminals

Chuck Rosner

Associate, Senior Project Manager, Ports and Marine Terminals

Marcel Deveau

Principal

Reid Person

Principal

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