PRHP Celebrates our first female Superintendent!

PRHP is very proud to congratulate Natasha, our first female Structural Superintendent on the Site C Project.

Natasha has been working in construction for over 11 years.  She began as a labourer and as her passion grew, she decided to go back to school for civil engineering to pursue a career in construction.  Since then she has worked in Canada and the USA before joining Site C in 2017 as a Field Engineer.  Her hard work, dedication, teamwork, and tenacity have not gone unnoticed.  In April, Natasha earned a promotion to Structural Superintendent, the first woman on the project to hold the title of Superintendent.  It is very encouraging to watch her work with the crews and achieve great results.  I am very proud to have her as part of our PRHP team and especially proud of what she has accomplished to move the project forward.  Congratulations, Natasha!

 

We were incredibly privileged to have CJDC TV visit the site recently for a feature on Women in Construction, and to highlight Natasha and her experiences.

 

Please check out the following links to view the footage:

 

https://www.facebook.com/CJDCTVDawsonCreek/posts/2253307671412094

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ri7WdSc4jcI

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6549668407443357697

https://twitter.com/PRHydroPartners/status/1143901881522987008

 

Latest Construction Progress Photos

Latest construction progress update photos featuring the spillway excavation, powerhouse buttress, diversion tunnel outlet portal, and cofferdams.  Please click here to view the photos.

Latest Construction Progress Update on the North and South Banks of the Site C Dam

Latest Construction Progress Update on the North and South Banks of the Site C Dam, one of the largest infrastructure projects in Canada.  Please click here to view the October Drone Video.  Features include the Powerhouse Buttress, Aggregate stockpiles and crushing, and the Diversion Tunnel Inlet and Outlet Portals.

 

North Bank looking Downstream

North Bank looking Upstream

South Bank looking Downstream