Upland Owner | New Dock Installation – 317 Sasamat Lane

December 14, 2022

Project status
Permit issued

On February 17, 2023 a project permit was issued for a New Dock Installation at 317 Sasamat Lane, North Vancouver, British Columbia, in federal water managed by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority.

The project was approved subject to 35 permit conditions that the applicant must meet to ensure the project does not result in significant adverse environmental effects.

About the project

The proposed project is for an installation of a new recreational dock at 317 Sasamat Lane in North Vancouver

The proposed dock includes the following features:

  • Approximately 0.7 metre concrete column with a 1.2 square metre landing on bedrock (upland) that would connect to the aluminum access ramp
  • Approximately 15 metre long by 1.2 metre wide aluminum access ramp (between landing and float) with wheels that would ride in guides on the float.
  • Approximately 30 square metre moorage float (dock) on the water supported in place by concrete mooring blocks and galvanized chain.

The welded aluminum access ramp would be attached to the landing by crane and connect to the float in the water. The moorage float is comprised of a timber substructure and its decking is made of composite materials. The moorage float would be fabricated offsite and delivered by barge. No pile driving is required for the project.

Should the Project Permit be approved, construction would begin shortly thereafter and take approximately 10 days to complete.

Contact information
For questions regarding the Project and Environmental Review of the proposed project, or to get in touch with our team, please contact us by email or phone at 604.665.9047.

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