Biggest construction project starts in B.C. in 2014

Ranked by estimated cost of project

Published April 14, 2015. Source: B.C. provincial government's Major Projects Inventory.

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Rank '15Project nameProject typeDescriptionStart dateCompletion dateEstimated cost
1 False Creek Central Condominium Development, Vancouver
www.concordpacific.com
Residential 1,300-unit condominium development of eight towers located in the North False Creek neighbourhood. Plans will include market units and 90,000 sq ft of community amenities with an affordable housing component Spring 2014 2020 1,000,000,000
2 Tsawwassen First Nation Mixed Use Development, Tsawwassen
www.tfnedc.com
Residential/commercial Tsawwassen First Nation land development proposal for the 724-hectare site near Roberts Bank will include a hotel, 1,600-unit residential, 350-acre industrial and commercial components Early 2014 2020 1,000,000,000
3 North Island Hospitals Project, Campbell River/Comox Valley
www.nihp.viha.ca
Health care and social assistance Replacement hospitals for the existing Campbell River & District General Hospital and the St Joseph's Hospital (Comox). The hospital in Campbell River ($266 million) will be developed on the existing hospital site. The hospital in the Comox Valley ($334 million) will have 153 beds and be developed on property purchased from, and adjacent to, the North Island College Jul-14 Fall 2017 605,000,000
4 Upper Lillooet River Hydroelectric Project, Pemberton
www.upperlillooethydro.com/creek-power-inc
Utilities 74-megawatt run-of-river hydroelectric project located near Pemberton is listed in the BC Hydro 2008 Clean Power Call Spring 2014 Jun-16 420,000,000
5 Tilbury LNG Facility Expansion, Delta
www.fortisbc.com
Oil and gas extraction Expansion of the Tilbury liquefied natural gas(LNG) facility that will provide LNG as a clean fuel alternative to diesel for use in trucking, mining and marine transportation. A second tank and a new liquefier will be included in the project which will expand LNG storage by 1.1 million gigajoules and increase liquefaction capacity by 34,000 gigajoules per day Sep-14 Summer 2016 400,000,000

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