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Annacis Water Supply Tunnel 

Vancouver, British Columbia

Ensuring the sustainable, reliable supply of clean drinking water for growing communities, the project involves the construction of two deep vertical shafts, one on each side of the Fraser River, connected by a 2,350-metre tunnel between New Westminster and Surrey, as well as the installation of a watermain, valve chambers and surface piping.

Traylor-Aecon General Partnership, a consortium comprised of Aecon (40%) and Traylor Bros Inc. (60%) is delivering the project. 

Metro Vancouver (Greater Vancouver Water District)

$288 million

The tunnel will be one of five new water supply tunnel crossings in the region built to withstand a major earthquake. Once complete, the new tunnel will be connected to the region's drinking water system.

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