Site C Construction - May/June 2019
July 5, 2019 01:09 PM
A look at Site C dam construction on the Peace River outside Fort St. John, May and June 2019. BC Hydro Photos
Two custom-built slip forms will create a circular tunnel lining for the diversion tunnels, June 2019.
Crews inspect the opening that connects the inlet and outlet excavations after breakthrough on a diversion tunnel, June 2019.
A newly built channel on the Peace River for fish habitat, June 2019.
Grading and levelling along the new Highway 29 alignment at Cache Creek, June 2019.
84 sections of penstock sections will be assembled in the next few years to create six penstock pipes for the generating station, May 2019.
Penstock assembly showing one of six transition pieces that will funnel water from the Peace River into the generating station, May 2019.
A panoramic view of the powerhouse buttress shows the Site C generating station under construction, May 2019.
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