John MacKenzie1, Warren Bebeau1, Giselle Cotta2, Joel Gowman3, Siobhan Sutherland3 1AECOM 2Public Services and Procurement Canada 3Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada
The objective of this presentation is to provide a summary of the project remediation works and highlight the engineering challenges experienced with the Tundra Mine site remediation, specifically during the 2017 construction season, including: borrow source identification, designing to bedrock depths and permafrost protection; construction over the tailings containment area; and, managing sedimentation and erosion potential in the design.
Faro Mine Remediation Project – North Fork Rose Creek Realignment Urgent Work Project
Geoff Karcher1, Jim Cassie2, Jack Seto2 1Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada 2BGC Engineering Ltd.
The objective of this presentation is to provide an overview of the North Fork Rose Creek Urgent Work Project with a specific focus on engineering and design considerations included to manage permafrost and other sequencing challenges related to the project's northern location.
Assessment and Remediation of a Former US Air Force Station at a Remote Northern Site in Hopedale, NL: A 10-Year Success Story
Jim Slade, Stantec Consulting Ltd.
The objective of this presentation is to share the story of completing a complex site assessment, risk assessment and subsequent remedial program of a Former US Military Site located in a remote northern community.
Winter is Coming! Northern/Remote Site Challenges – Site Access, Operations and Logistical Challenges
Meredith Guest1, Jordan Stones2, Robert Price2 1SNC-Lavalin Inc. 2Public Services and Procurement Canada
The objective of this presentation is to identify specific logistical challenges faced when working in harsh northern and remote conditions and what planning is needed to help mitigate these to ensure successful completion of the project.