A sustainable solution to keep up with trade and align with government needs
As the world’s third largest port in terms of total cargo moved, the Port of Vancouver is currently trading with over 170 world economies and is contributing over $9.7 billion in gross domestic product. With an increased demand for trade, the port authority needed a sustainable solution to align with government strategies and strengthen Canada’s Asia-Pacific Gateway.
In addition to efforts to increase the capacity and efficiency of existing terminals within the Port of Vancouver, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority is leading the Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project, a new three-berth marine container terminal at Roberts Bank in Delta, British Columbia. The Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project also includes an expanded tug basin and a widening of the existing four-km-long causeway to accommodate additional road, utilities, and rail infrastructure. The project will promote economic growth, create thousands of jobs, and provide benefits to the community.
As a key member of the owner’s engineer team, we’re providing multidisciplinary engineering, architecture, surveying and geomatics, and sustainability expertise. The Roberts Bank Terminal 2 was was approved by the Government of Canada in April 2023 following a 10-year federal environmental assessment process, and requires environmental permits, regulatory approvals, and a final investment decision before it can proceed.
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