Past Projects

Loading Barge for Seaspan
Marine Structures

Loading Barge in Patricia Bay with one of two 250-ton dolphins fabricated for Seaspan heading to Duke Point Ferry Terminal. 45 ft wide x 44 ft long x 16 ft tall.

Marine Structures

Loading barge at our Victoria abutment with two 80-ton trestles for BC Ferries Hornby Island terminal.

Loading Barge with 90-ton Coke Cooler
Marine Structures

Loading barge at Patricia Bay with 90-ton stainless steel clad coke cooler bound for US refinery.

Marine Structures

Our portion of the Klemtu project consisted of one two piece jumpspan, one box beam abutment, four pipe dolphin tops, and two long pipe struts. The pictures below show the fabrication process of all the pieces and then the final installation by FRPD.

Marine Structures

The new Quathiaski Cove terminal was designed to use existing components that were left over from the old Bear Cove terminal. The main components, pontoon, ramp, and apron, had to be reworked to suit the new design. The biggest challenge of the project was getting the existing steel components onto dry land to carry out the addition and modification work.

Marine Structures

We worked two ten hour shifts seven days a week to meet the schedule. Panels were fabricated in our main fabrication shop and then moved to our assembly hall to be put together. Painting was done in house by Point Hope Maritime. The finished pontoon was moved onto Point Hope's marine railway to be launched into the water. Click on the progress pictures below.

Marine Structures

Fabricate, foam fill, paint, launch into the water, and assemble.