MANUFACTURING & PROCESSING PLANTS
Brymark collaborated with Krahn Engineering to install Schnitzer's new state of the art scarp sorting facility as part of their Site Modernization Project. Work included the assembly, installation and commissioning of specialty equipment, supporting structural steel, material handling conveyors and piping systems. The project was delivered on time with
no interruption to plant operations.
December, 1996 marked the beginning of another
unique project for Brymark at the new Pacific Press
plant. Brymark is installed 4 brand new state-of-theart
Colorman presses at the new high profile home
of Vancouver's two daily newspapers, the Sun and
Brymark was awarded the installation contract at Western Coal's Willow Creek Mine Site for their capacity expansion to 600 MTPH. Specialized new equipment assembly, structural steel and process piping was installed in the wash plant, raw coal system material handling, crushing system, screening system and process piping. This was preformed while coal processing continued.
Brymark was awarded the installation contract at Western Coal's Willow Creek Mine Site to install their new RTP Bolted Raw Coal Silo. Installation methods included assembling and jacking from the base, then stick assembling the last few top rings & roof. This tank was Tank Connection's tallest tank to date using this construction method.
Summer 2011 gravel Polaris Minerals called on Brymark for some help with the CV-08 aggregate stacking conveyor at their Orca Sand and Gravel Site. The conveyor was in danger of structural failure. Brymark and J.R MacKenzie Engineering formulated a plan and process to repair the conveyor back to design configuration. Detailed upfront planning of the complicated repairs and
preparation enabled the shutdown repairs to be completed successfully incident free, several shifts early.
Fall 2010 Sepro Mineral Services called on Brymark to install a Pilot Frac Sand Processing Plant at a quarry site in Abbotsford BC. This small scale plant included conveyors, crusher, vibrating screens, density separators and cyclones. Our Crew found working with that the "mini scale" sized components was an interesting experience as they are usually installing much larger components of the same type. The project was successful and incident free.
Summer 2010 Brymark was awarded the contract to modify Peace River Coal's existing prep plant building. The building height was increased and the structure was reinforced. This project was executed over a period of several months while plant operations continued. Brymark's team erected the steel and the building metal cladding well into the late fall working under adverse conditions at times in order to deliver the project schedule on time.
Winter 2008 Lehigh made the emergency call out to Brymark
when they had a structural failure on one of the
radial stackers at their Sechelt Site. Brymark field crews
executed the mobilization and stabilization of the stacker
right away. While this was taking place Brymark and J.R
MacKenzie Engineering planned a complicated and rare
3 crane lift to enable a safe demolition of the stacker.
The detailed planning backed up with our seasoned field
crews resulted in a successful incident free project.
Fall 2008 with Polaris Mineral's was in need of some structural upgrades to their CV-13 sand stacking conveyor. With Brymark's team was already mobilized for the crushing project, we were able to instantly start this work using existing crews and equipment passing on the savings to Polaris. Brymark's capacity for planning and quick start up enabled both projects to be executed efficiently, incident free and on time.
With increasing demand for Polaris Mineral's Aggregates they called on Brymark to install their new crushing and conveying systems. With Brymark's expertise in
planning and execution, the shortest outage possible was obtained to tie in the new crushing systems to existing plant infrastructure. The Project was completed successfully incident free.
Brymark was awarded the contract at Western
Coal's Wolverine Site for the installation of a new
Raw Coal Silo as part of the new wash plant
installation. The silo was erected while working
with challenging wind and winter conditions.
Brymark was awarded the contract at Western
Coal's Wolverine Site for the installation of a new
complete raw coal material handling system. The
systems included the dump hopper, breaker barrel,
rejects conveyor, silo conveyor to silo storage, feed
conveyor to wash plant, wash plant building, radial
stacker for the finished coal, train load out
conveyor and load out silo.
Brymark was awarded the contract to install gravel
material handling equipment at Polaris's Orca Sand And
Gravel Site. The equipment installed included vibrating
feeders, feed conveyors stackers, cone crusher, gravel
screen plant, sand wash plant, overland transfer points,
take up systems and conveyor drives. Project was
completed on time and on budget.
Brymark was awarded the green field installation
contract for Falls Mountain's new coal preparation
plant at Willow Creek near Chetwynd BC. Installations
included erection of the structural steel and
the plant equipment installation. Project was completed
on time and on budget.
OIL - GAS & CHEMICAL REFINING
Brymark constructed concrete support footings, installed structural steel columns, beams and metal cladding roof to provide weather protection over a
control panel their truck loading facility. An elevated structural steel platform was installed to provide safe access to existing valves in another location. A close working relationship with the client resulted in completing this task ahead of schedule and zero incidents.
Brymark constructed vertical concrete walls in a transformer yard to provide blast protection from the transformers. This project was executed with zero recordable or lost time injuries. A high level of diligence was required to safely perform the work in proximity to the operating transformers. A close
working relationship with the client resulted in completing the task ahead of schedule and on budget.
Brymark won the bid to supply and install a new access stair structure over the Containment Berm at FortisBC's Mount Hayes Facility. The new access provided a shorter safer egress route to access the berm area equipment. The project was
delivered on time and there were Zero environmental - safety incidents.
Late Spring 2015 FortisBC awarded Brymark the General Contract Support Services for their very first maintenance outage. Brymark collaborated with plant operations, plant engineering and Allnorth Consulting to deliver this project. We provided the majority of the skilled craft personal and services required to support this outage. The project was successfully delivered ahead of schedule
with zero incidents.
Project Highlights & Services:
- Projects Completed to 2013 - Over 840
- Diesel Hydrotreater Unit - 1993
- Penix Unit -1998
- Iso Octane Unit - 2002
- Low Sulphur Gas Unit - 2004
- Cooling Tower Construction - 2007
- Fuel Barge Work in Vancouver Harbor - 2008
- Crude by Rail Upgrade - 2013
- Full Time crews on site
- Capitol project crews up to 230 craft trades
- Shutdown crews up to 300 craft trades
- In-House Craft Trades:
- Carpenters - Ironworkers - Labourers
- Millwrights - Pipefitters
After concerns about other contractors abilities, Brymark was called to execute the mechanical portion of this Process Gas R&D Lab, The challenges overcome were the field routing and orbital welding of banks of stainless steel process gas tubing. Through innovative material selections and routing options we were able to complete the project on schedule and budget while maintaining the cleanliness standards required in a lab environment.
After successfully completing Acid Growth Tower 2 and 4 new rail car loading stations 5 months prior, Brymark was awarded the third Acid Growth contract.Scope included placement of 2 124,000 lb Acid Growth modules utilizing a 500T crane with Super Lift. Installation of over 8000 linear feet of pipe including 1500 linear feet of large bore fiberglass pipe for a total of 40,000 man hours.
After previously completing Phase 1 one year prior, Brymark was awarded the Phase 2 Mechanical contract. Scope included placement of 4 additional LIN tanks weighing 112 tons each, 7500hp compressor, modules, 85ft high cold box, 43 Tons
of structural steel and over 3500 ft of pipe for a total of 40,000 man-hours. This project was completed with ZERO Recordable, ZERO lost time Injuries and ahead of schedule.
Completed Projects & Services:
- Excavation and shoring
- Central Control Building Renovations
- Tank T-1001 FCC Supports
- Concrete formwork
- 60KVa UPS Upgrade
- Ponds 1&2 Grade Beam & Liner
- Underground electrical duct banks
- Production Pipe Rack Access Bridge
- Refinery Sewer Replacement
- U/G piping - HDPE, PVC, Concrete
- New Operators Change Room Complex
- Chemical Injection Structure
- Concrete placing and finishing
- Crude by Truck Unloading Facility
- South Road Shotcrete Wall
- Heavy equipment foundations
- SIS Underground Duct Banks
- A3 U/G Containment Tanks
- Earthworks and road construction
- Crude by Rail Offloading Facility
- Crude Unit Upgrade
- Seismic upgrading
- Substation No. 1 Upgrade & Addition
- Starter Rack SR-10 Upgrade
- Land Farm Access Bridge Upgrade
- Pond 3 Grade Beam & Liner
- Commercial construction
- Reduction Pipe Rack Upgrade
- A1 U/G Electrical Trench
Brymark was awarded the Phase 1 Mechanical Contract at the Dawson Creek location. Scope of work included dismantling compressors, coldbox and associated piping in Edmonton and reinstallation in Dawson Creek, along with the installation of 3 LIN tanks 12 ft diameter x 130ft long and 112 tons, 5500 hp compressor, 85 ft high cold box, cooling towers, 5000 ft of pipe and structural steel.
Brymark's expertise for planning & rigging was called upon to demolish Canexus Chemical's decommissioned effluent tank. This tank was located in a very congested area of the plant. Lead abatement and sequenced torch cutting was required to reduce tank component weights to within available crane lift capacity. Brymark provided the concrete foundation modifications along with lifting and rigging services for the installation of the new FRP replacement tank. The project was delivered incident free and without operational interruptions.
Brymark supported this expansion by providing
General Contractor Services to expand Swiss
Water's existing process production lines. Brymark
opened up the building, installing new modules,
vessels, several thousand feet of detailed small
bore - food grade piping through out the plant, roofing,
pipe insulation, instrumentation and electrical
systems. Plant production was maintained during
the main installation and during the facilities scheduled
shutdown Brymark completed the tie - ins of
all the systems.
Early 1988 Brymark was awarded the installation
of Kelsey Bay Division's new Log Skidway. With
Brymark's proven track record for delivering shutdown
projects and installing structural steel we
were the contractor of choice. Brymark worked a
flexible schedule to match the low tide opportunities.
This allowed the log sort to maintain watering
operations on the high tides with no loss of production
while construction was taking place.
PIPING-SKID & MODULE FABRICATION
Late September 2015 Hallgren Construction Company Ltd awarded Brymark the pipe fabrication portion of their Suncor Dock Ethanol Receipt Installation Project. A prioritized quick delivery schedule for fabrication was required in order to meet the installation dates. Brymark collaborated with Hallgren's team to confirm field dimensions and ensure delivery dates.
Spring 2015 Brymark was the successful bidder for Chevron's Ethanol Expansion Project at Hatch Point Terminal on Vancouver Island. Brymark supported this project with our in house fabrication facility. Our fabrication shop worked closely with our field crews to optimize the level of fabrication and to prioritize a just in time delivery schedule. This reduced costly field man hours and eliminated the double handling of spools.
Early in 2015 Brymark provided supply and shop fabrication services for the G-13 carbon steel piping requirements. The piping was fabricated for the Steam, Vacuum Steam and Condensate systems to tie in the Catalyst Paper G-13 Turbine to the mill systems. Our shop worked closely with the field to fabricate the largest assemblies possible to reduce field installation hours.
Brymark's fabrication expertise was utilized to provide specialty fabrication services for some one off a kind strainers. These Strainers were used as part of
PCT's new Canola Handling Facility. By fabricating at Brymark the strainers were supplied to the site forces earlier and the custom requirements were less costly then a factory modified order.
Summer 2013 Brymark was contracted to supply piping fabrication services as part of Westshore's Dust Suppression System Project. Brymark's shop fabricated, installed the piping and controls into the container module. Electrical installations followed allowing for a completely assembled module to be
shipped to the site for installation by our site crews.
Brymark fabricated the steel frame, installed owner supplied hydrogen bottles, associated tubing and instruments for this waste hydrogen storage skid.
Process tubing was pneumatically tested to 3,300 psi using a 5% helium / 95% nitrogen mix. Because of helium's reduced molecular size, it will fit through
smaller openings. A third party leak detection company was contracted with helium sensing equipment and each connection was inspected with successful
Brymark's fabrication expertise was put into service to supply and fabricate a Test Gas Recycle System that was compromised of 3 skid mounted pressure vessels with associated piping, regulators, valves, instrumentation and insulation.
Brymark also installed the comprised system at the customers test lab at the National Research Council facility at The University of British Columbia,
Late fall 2003 Sacre - Davey Engineering reached out to Brymark for the pricing and fabrication of a Hydrogen research module/skid that they were designing
for Quest Air. Brymark fabricated at our shop in Port Coquitlam then installed the research module in the Quest Air research facility at the University
of British Columbia. After the research and experiments were completed, Brymark removed the module.
Early in the Spring of 1993 Chevron Canada
awarded Brymark the fabrication for the specialty
module portion of the Diesel Hydro Treating Unit
Project. These one of a kind units where completely
assembled in our Port Coquitlam facility
using all trades, tested, inspected and shipped as
turnkey units. Brymar's crews received and installed
the units at the refinery as part of the DHT
Mid Summer 2015 Brymark was awarded the work
at GCT's Delta Container Terminal to supply and
construct a new Sign Bridge as part of their Terminal
Reconfiguration Project. Brymark collaborated
with GCT to keep the traffic flowing and still maintain
construction activities. This project was completed
on time with Zero incidents and no operational
Late fall 2014 Westshore Terminals contracted
Brymark for the removal and replacement of the
Slew Bearing in one of their front line stacker reclaimers.
Brymark quickly mobilized, prepared the
stacker for disassembly and worked around the
clock to remove and replace the slew bearing. In
short order Brymark efficiently restored the stacker
back into production obtaining the shortest outage
As part of Ridley Terminal's Capacity Realization
Project, Brymark was awarded the General Contractor
Services Contract. Our Crews modified &
upgraded the existing conveyors, drive systems,
transfer tower, chute replacements and electrical
systems. Brymark engaged several local community
service provided as part of the execution of this
project. This project was delivered on time and on
budget with no operational delays.
Late 2013 Brymark was awarded the new Recycled
Water Project at PCT. The work comprises the construction
of a new Sludge Dewatering Building, Storage
Tank, Feed Pump Station, Clarifier Foundation
and associated piping, existing piping relocations, appurtenances
and Civil works that will allow for the future
removal of the existing system.
Late fall 2014 Brymark was awarded the contract
to upgrade Kinder Morgan's Sulfur Rotary Rail Car
Dumper with new Trunnions and a Knife Bridge
System. This upgrade enabled the aging car
dumper to accept both Canadian and American
standard length rail cars. By having the flexibility
to use both types of rail cars the commodity shippers
were able to reduce unit train shipping costs.
Despite challenges Brymark's team delivered.
July 2014 Global Container Terminals at their Delta Port site called in Brymark on an emergency call out to change a failing slew bearing on one of their
"Rail Mounted Gantry" Cranes" (RMG # 6). Brymark mobilized crew and equipment promptly. The work took place around the clock to swap out the slew bearing in order to turnover the RMG back to operations in the shortest possible time frame. The project was incident free.
As part Global Container Terminals continuing preventative maintenance program of their Delta Port Terminal Rail Mounted Gantry Cranes. Brymark was contracted for some gear box replacements on RMG # 2 & # 3. The two separate outages were
planned and executed on regular dayshifts to swap out the gear boxes. The cranes were returned back into service incident free.
Brymark was awarded the fabrication and installation contract of 5 distribution modules for a dust suppression system. The enclosed modules were fabricated from
modified shipping containers in which all structural mechanical and electrical fabrication was completed in our Port Coquitlam shop. The completed modules were trucked to site and installed upon completion of footing's. The modules control water distribution for a site wide dust suppression system.
Brymark was selected by Flecxo to replace the existing chute work in Transfer Tower # 7 at Westshore Terminals. The existing transfer chutes were upgraded with Flexco's patented high flow technology. Brymark demolished the existing chutes modified the existing structure to suit the new equipment configurations and installed the new equipment. Good planning and a tight schedule delivered the project on time with minimal disruptions to operations.
Mid 2012 Brymark won the contract at Westshore Terminals to supply and install the new B5 High Mast Spray Towers. These new towers added more dust control capacity to their continuing environmental improvement program. Our work included all the mechanical, service piping, fabrication supply and tie - in to the existing system.
Brymark was awarded the contract to erect and commission a 7000 Ton/Hour Stacker Reclaimer at the Westshore Terminals Bulk Handling Facility. Brymark
offloaded fabrications from transport ships, transported to the site, provided structural, mechanical and electrical installations followed by the commissioning and integration of the new equipment into the facility operations. The installation was performed overtop of a live conveyor to
minimize facility operation interruptions.
Brymark was awarded the General Contractor Services Contract by Metso Minerals to install a new railcar dumper at Pacific Coast Terminal's Port Moody facility. Brymark preplanned the project, removed the existing railcar dumper, completed all the necessary modifications to the existing equipment and installed the new dumper provided by Metso Minerals.
Brymark was selected by Metso Minerals to install the new railcar dumpers at Westshore Terminals. The new dumpers accommodated modern aluminum body railcars. Brymark removed the existing railcar dumper, completed the necessary
modifications to the remaining equipment and installed a new equipment provided by Metso Minerals. Proactive constructability planning and a tight shutdown
schedule resulted in an early delivery of the project.
Brymark was awarded the general contract at Westshore Terminals to supply and install the new B2 & B9 High Mast Spray Towers. Project Scope included all foundations, mechanical building, fabrication, service piping and electrical installations.
Brymark was awarded the contract to install approximately 3,700 feet of new conveyor at the Westshore Terminals. The project scope of work included the supply and installation of new chutes, the installation of all conveyors (8A, 9B, 10A and 10B), modifications to existing transfer towers, including the raising of transfer tower # 4.
Early 2006 Brymark collaborated with Saskatchewan Wheat Pool and their consultant to plan the installation of their new dust control system. The project was executed under congested conditions that required significant coordination. Shipping operations were maintained with a minimum amount out outages for tie in to the existing systems.
Early March 2004 Westshore Terminals contracted Brymark for the removal and replacement of the Slew Bearing in one of their front line stacker reclaimers.
Brymark planned the project, mobilized, prepared the stacker for disassembly and worked two shifts per day to remove and replace the slew bearing. Brymark's planning and efficiencies enabled the stacker to be restored back into service
with the shortest outage possible.
As part of Pacific Elevators multi year Direct Hit Facility Expansion Project, Brymark participated by providing services for planning, civil work, demolition,
conveyor installations, mechanical equipment installations, marine support with sister company Vancouver Pile Driving and the installation of the new "Direct Hit" Shiploader. (train to ship without storage or additional handling) The new Shiploader and Conveyor System is the first of it's kind installed in Canada.
Late December 2014 Brymark was awarded the
contract for the supply and installation of the new
G13 Turbine Building Project at Catalyst Paper's
Powell River Mill. This contract included supply
and installation of structural steel locally fabricated,
installation of an overhead crane by a Canadian
manufacturer and a barrier coated building sheet
metal building envelope system.
Early 2015 Brymark was successfully landed the
contract for the General Contractor Services for the
G13 Turbine Installation contract. Brymark Provided
shop piping fabrication, field piping installation,
equipment installation, fire suppression,
HVAC, fencing and commissioning support.
Brymark's team delivered on time and on budget.
Early 2015 Brymark was awarded the Ladore Intake
gate replacement and supporting mechanical
system design build contract. Our team swapped
out the old intake gates, installed new electric controls,
rebuilt hoist mechanisms, installed a new
building enclosure and commissioned the new system.
There were Zero environmental incidents.
Brymark was awarded the contract for the
installation of an owner supplied condenser and all
ancillary equipment. The contract included supply
and installation of stone columns, concrete pads
and bases, structural steel, pumps, piping,
insulation, material handling components and
electrical and instrumentation devices.
Brymark was chosen to provide installation
services to upgrade / refurbish, gates, guides and
install the new modern mechanical systems for BC
Hydro's Seton dam site. With extensive care and
environmental safe guards in place the project
was completed incident free in this sensitive
Brymark was chosen to provide installation services
to upgrade / refurbish, gates, guides and install the
new modern mechanical systems for BC Hydro's
Cheakamus dam site. Attention to detail when
executing the project resulted in a successful project
with no lost time injuries and no environmental
issues in this sensitive ecosystem.
Brymark was chosen to provide installation services
to upgrade / refurbish, gates, guides and Install the
new modern mechanical systems for BC Hydro's
Terzaghi dam site. Winter weather and summer forest
fires made for a challenging project at times in this
remote location. Our crews completed this project
with no safety or environmental related issues.
Brymark successfully engaged many Aboriginal &
Local Community service providers, including First
Nations for the execution of this project.
Spring 2008 D.Robinson Contracting Ltd awarded
Brymark the supply and installation of the structural
steel building and Q-Decking for their Jordan River
Generating Station Control Room Project. Jordan
River is a remote site located west of Sooke, BC
on Vancouver Island. Brymark worked closely with
D.Robinson to deliver their portion of the project on
time. This successful project was completed with
no environmental or safety related incidents.
Brymark was awarded the design build project to
refurbish the spill gates, hoist drives, stop logs and
electrical Installations at BC Hydro's John Hart
Dam site in 2006. The Project took place over two
seasons, was completed early and on budget.
There were no environmental or safety related
Incidents on this project.
Brymark was awarded the project to dismantle the
existing stoplog crane, reassemble and commission
after a factory refurbishment / modernization
for BC Hydro's GMS site. The dismantle took place
in extreme winter conditions late in December
2007. Despite the winter challenges and difficult
access the project was completed early and on
budget. The project was completed with no
environmental or safety related incidents.
Spring 2007 Brymark won the contract to update
the existing offshore intake structure at BC Hydro's
Burrard Generating Facility. Scope included lead
abatement of existing surfaces, removal of corroded
piping and structural components. For longevity
these were replaced with Stainless Steel. Delivered
with Zero Environmental and Safety incidents.
Spring 1999 at the Island Cogeneration's new 254 MW facility in Campbell River, Brymark followed the successful civil contract completed by GW Carlson Construction Ltd. (Brymark's sister company). Brymark won the installation contract for Structural Steel Erection of the plant and then when on to supply Piping and Mechanical Installation services for the ABB Equipment.
Brymark performed concrete restoration services
mezzanine floor level of a new power generation
turbine and generator installation. Horizontal surface
concrete was removed to a 1" depth to allow
for placing and finishing of a repair mortar. The
final concrete finish provided a safe and durable
surface to access the new turbine and generator
Brymark was awarded the installation contract for the Hog Fuel Conveyor extension and existing upgrade work at the Nanaimo Forest Products Mill.
- Extended the existing hog conveyor 500 feet into the hog storage area.
- Telescopic chute system installations.
- Conveyor drives.
- Structural upgrade of existing Hog Conveyor.
Brymark was awarded the contract at Paper Excellence's Howe Sound Pulp and Paper site to change out the existing # 2 Flash Tank. The work included structural
steel and piping demolition. Modifications and installation of new piping and structural steel. Installation of the new # 2 Flash Tank with Sterling's 500 Ton crane.
Early February 2006 Brymark was contracted to
remove and replace Crofton's # 2 Kraft Folder System
and Discharge Conveyor. The project consisted
of supplying and installing all civil, piping, electrical,
insulation, all modifications to tie-in to the
existing systems and major equipment installations.
The was scheduled for a 2 shift 5 day pulp
machine maintenance outage. Brymark's team
was on time, on budget and incident free.
Fall 2004 Brymark won the award to install The new Kraft Crumb Pulp System at Norske Canada's Crofton Mill. This general contract involved all our trades to integrate the new system into the existing process operations. Detailed planning with the client, organization and safe execution of the work brought this project in on time and on budget.
Brymark's expertise was called on to demolish the obsolete Paper Machine #1 & #2 Machine Room 60 ton overhead crane and replace it with Konecranes newest 60 ton model. Project requirement were not to disrupt operations. The work involved
lead abatement, extensive planning for rigging & lifting the equipment in and out of the building. The new crane was brought in through the side of the building instead of the traditional roof removal installation. The project was delivered incident free with no interruptions to operations.
Brymark was awarded the Mechanical Systems
contract as part of Norske Skog's new Bark Press
Facility in Crofton BC. With Brymark already engaged
and preforming ahead of schedule we were
the logical choice to continue with the mechanical -
piping portions of the project. The project was successfully
delivered on time and on budget with zero
Spring 2001 Brymark was awarded the supply and
installation structural contract for Norske Skog's
new Bark Press Facility in Crofton BC. Brymark's
team planned and executed this work while existing
operations were maintained. The project was
fabricated and erected on time to receive the new
equipment and mechanical systems.
MacMillan Bloedel called Brymark to demolish the
aging Peco Crane at their Port Alberni pulp mill. The
work took place both above and below the water.
Divers were used to cut two steel piles at sea floor
level. By the end of the demolition, 340 tons of scrap
steel was removed, 200 tons of concrete decking
was recycled for future reuse with the largest section
weighing 52 tons. Brymark's team completed
the project in a five week period incident free.
Brymark was chosen by Fletcher Challenge for the
installation of a new $5 million Oxygen Bleaching
System at their Crofton Operations. The project
improved both the mill's long-term viability and its
environmental performance. Brymark erected two
oxygen reactors, using a tandem crane lift involving
two 165-ton cranes. The larger reactor was 115
feet tall, nine feet in diameter, and weighed 62
tons; the smaller of the two was 90 feet tall, seven
feet in diameter, and weighed 37 tons. Brymark
was also responsible for the process & service piping
along with mechanical equipment installations.
Summer 1993 Brymark was contracted to demolish
Fletcher Challenge's obsolete Colby Crane # 1 at
their Elk Falls Site. Brymark's team demolished
the Colby Crane using the support of a local marine
barge mounted crane in conjunction with our
land based crane and local labour forces. This
project was completed without interruption to sawdust
barge unloading operations.
Summer 1991 Brymark was awarded the
contract to fabricate and install a new roof on
one of Skeena Cellulose's existing tanks.
Brymark preassembled the roof components
into modules on the ground in preparation for
changing out the roof structure during a
scheduled maintenance shutdown. The project
was delivered on time and on budget.
Late winter 1990 Brymark was awarded the
fabrication and erection of Skeena Cellulose's
new Stainless Steel Machine Room
Blend Tank Project. Brymark fabricated the
components, mobilized site late spring and
completed the work mid fall. The project was
delivered and put into service on time.
Mid 1991 Skeena Cellulose awarded Brymark the
contract to install a new Induction Fan System at
their Prince Rupert facility. Brymark installed all
non shutdown related components then tied the
system in on a short maintenance outage. Brymark
provided all craft labour as part of their service supported
by local Prince Rupert service providers.
This project was delivered on time on budget.
Late winter 1991 Brymark was awarded the
fabrication and erection of Skeena Cellulose's
new Blow Tank Installation Project.
Brymark mobilized site late spring and completed
the work mid fall. The project was
delivered and put into service on time.
As part of the Fletcher Challenge's continued plant
upgrades for their Elk Falls Site, Brymark was
awarded the contract to install the new vessel that
will replace obsolete Tower T-10. Along with this
work was the installation of a new up flow tube for
Tower T-40. This work is part of the multi year #1
Kraft Bleach Plant Rebuild Project.
As part of Fletcher Challenge's continued plant
upgrades late summer 1989 Brymark was awarded
the installation contract for the new Sawdust
Blending Project. This new infrastructure gives Elk
Falls handling diversity for blending sawdust into
existing and new processes for the manufacture of
Brymark was awarded the contract to fabricate and install
Canadian Forest Product's new 40'diameter x 72'
high stainless steel strong black liquor tank. Brymark set
up a temporary location adjacent to marine barge loading
access to fabricate the tank. We then moved the complete
tank in one piece onto a barge and towed it to site.
Fabricating efficiently off site, the tank and the foundation
were both started at the same time shortening the over
all project schedule. Brymark delivered on time.