Horizon North Logistics secured camp contracts to provide equipment, catering, hospitality and operations services for two camps supporting LNG export facilities on the west coast.
The company has entered into contracts for two camps supporting construction work on the Coastal GasLink project in northern British Columbia.
The Parsnip and Lejac camps, located near MacKenzie, British Columbia and Fraser Lake, British Columbia, respectively, will operate over an expected period of 30 months beginning in June 2019. The occupancy levels of the camps will fluctuate over the expected service period based on project needs and construction seasons varying in length from five to eleven months.
“These Camp Contracts provide an opportunity for Horizon North to gain valuable exposure to natural gas pipeline construction which will support LNG export facilities on the west coast, while continuing our dedication to strong relationships with Aboriginal communities and businesses,” says Rod Graham, president and CEO of Horizon North.
The company also noted that the first phase of the Crossroads Lodge will be opening in mid-Q2 2019 on the Corporation’s 57-acre land parcel in Kitimat, British Columbia.
The Lodge will provide workforce accommodations to support development in the region, including the LNG Canada project, with the first phase including approximately 260 executive style beds.