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More than 300 tons of luxury on wheels with the rollout of this 140' Custom Yacht!
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Supreme was happy to assist BC Hydro by managing the logistics of this emergency replacement of a Reactor Unit. The heavy load was safely transported by land and sea from Vancouver Island to beautiful Squamish, BC.
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2016-08-19
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Supreme crews loaded the second of two sister tugs fabricated by ABD Boats in North Vancouver in preparation for launching. These ASD tugs pack more than 5,000 horsepower each and will service the BC coast by escorting ships for harbour access.
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2016-08-19
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Rolling home empty after an emergency reactor move for a BC Hydro Facility in Squamish, BC.
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The City of North Vancouver is building an overpass to replace the existing at-grade Pemberton Avenue rail crossing near West 1st Street. Supreme Structural Transport was happy to assist with the installation of the main steel archway of the new Philip Avenue Overpass.
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2016-01-08
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SST is pleased to help in an Artist Group's fight to protect a colourful piece of Vancouver's art history. The "Little Blue Cabin," an unauthorized structure perched on the edge of Cates Park on Vancouver’s North Shore, has been saved from the bulldozer and placed in storage while the site undergoes an environmental remediation. It is the group's hope that this incredible piece of history will be one day brought back to Cates Park; given new life as an important relic of the cultural scene in Vancouver where a lot of artists and writers happily lived on the edge of the forest and the sea, and a place that artists can use once again.
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2015-06-24
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Electricity needs in Surrey are expected to double over the next 30 years, and new substations are required to get power to homes and businesses in a safe and reliable way.

Construction of the new substation in the Fleetwood area of Surrey is progressing with installation of the facility's first new transformer; delivered last night on Supreme's Dual-Lane Trailer.  
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2015-01-09
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Twin new transformers which weigh 64,000 kg each were delivered into the new Silverdale Substation in Mission, BC. Access into the Under Construction Substation was extremely tight and had both vertical and horizontal curves in the road which prevented access by conventional highway trailers. A shortened trailer and our hydraulic lifting fifth wheel tractor were used to bring the transformers on‐site. Maneuverability of crews and equipment required particular care and planning as the construction of the substation was in full swing with several contractors occupying the site.

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- Offroad equipment to bring transformers into the substation
- Jack and Slide procedure to install the transformers accurately on their new foundations.
- Quick and accurate placement of the load was needed for seating
the transformer bases in the wet grout bed on the new foundations.
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2014-08-20
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On Route to Fort McMurray
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Eye of the Wind - Grouse Mountain
The wind turbine tower was manufactured in Washington State in three sections. Each section is close to 20 metres long and made from structural steel weighing up to 45 tons per section. SST transported the tower sections on special frames at a walking pace up Grouse Mountain's winding 13 km back road.
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