$6M Pontoon makes two-day journey up the Georgia Strait
On Saturday, March 18th a 15-meter wide, 116-meter long ferry dock pontoon weighing in at about 4,100 tonnes, was maneuvered through Victoria’s inner harbour and out into the Georgia Strait. Set to be the new ferry dock for BC Ferries, the pontoon was tugged along the water for 48-hours until it reached its destination on the Sunshine Coast at the Langdale terminal. This project required multiple companies to complete the various tasks required. United Engineering, Salish Sea, Point Hope, and Trio all contributed to the completion of this project along with a number of sub-contractors.