Vancouver Fraser Port Authority | Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal 2021 Bollard Upgrades
Permit under review
On June 3, 2021 a permit was issued to the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority (the Applicant) to upgrade mooring bollards at Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal, located at 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC on lands managed by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority.
The project was approved subject to 25 permit conditions applicant must meet to ensure the project does not result in significant adverse environmental effects.
The anticipated construction timeline is June to October 2021.
About the project
The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority proposes to upgrade the mooring bollards located in all three berths (East, West and North) at Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal. The Project consists of removing sixteen existing mooring bollards and installing eleven new mooring bollards. Each new mooring bollard will have a footprint of approximately 2.75 metres x 3.65 metres and 0.2 metres deep.
The proposed project will be conducted during regular working hours and will take approximately 80 days to complete. No in-water physical works are proposed.
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