Wolverine Rail Loadout, Western Canadian Coal
Allnorth developed an alternative design for the Wolverine coal loadout that served the same function as a previous design but at a lower cost. Allnorth’s design involved relocating the main rail line to the siding line so rail traffic could continue. Allnorth provided surveying, engineering design, supervision and inspection of approximately 3,500 metres of rail line. The previous main line was removed and realigned and an additional track was added to provide the loadout. Allnorth’s design construction cost was one-third that of the previous design, and the completed project was delivered on time and within budget.
Allnorth’s responsibilities for this project included:
- Civil engineering
- Structural engineering
- Site survey
- Construction supervision
About this mining project
The Wolverine property is located in northeastern British Columbia, approximately 30 kilometres from the town of Tumbler Ridge. The Wolverine property includes coal processing and rail loadout facilities and the Perry Creek open pit mine.
Services in this project
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Recent NewsMarch 29th, 2018
On March 28, 2018, Allnorth was presented with the Safe Employer Award, sponsored by Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (SWCB), at the 21st annual Northern Saskatoon Business Association’s (NSBA) Business Builder Awards (BBA) ceremony. Allnorth previously won this award in 2015.Read More