G3 Terminal Vancouver | G3 Vancouver Berth Pocket Obstructions
Permit under review
In October 2019, G3 Terminal Vancouver submitted project permit application to remove large angular rock obstructions from three locations in Burrard Inlet in the vicinity of the Vancouver Berth at G3 Terminals, British Columbia on federal lands and waters managed by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority.
As part of the Project and Environmental Review for the proposed project under the Impact Assessment Act, the proposed project is posted on the Canadian Impact Assessment Registry here with an opportunity for public comment between October 7, 2019 to November 7, 2019.
About the project
G3 Terminals is proposing to remove large angular rock obstructions from three locations in Burrard Inlet in the vicinity of the Vancouver Berth at G3 Terminals. The three identified rock obstructions will interfere with the transportation of marine vessels to and from the terminal berth and must be removed prior to terminal operations. The Project consists of using a clamshell bucket on a crane, supported by a spud barge to remove the rocks obstructions. Approximately 105 m3 of rock will be removed and placed within G3 Terminal’s existing shoreline protection rip rap that was installed along the southern shoreline during construction of the berth.
Should the proposed project be approved, construction is expected to take place during regular construction hours over the course of five days.
For questions regarding the Project and Environmental Review of the proposed project, please contact Darcy Paslawski, Environmental Specialist – Project & Process Review, Environmental Programs, by email or phone at 604.665.9097.