Bull Arm site given new life with Hebron
- In this photo taken Wednesday morning, construction workers are shown preparing the base of the Hebron Project’s Gravity Base Structure (GBS) construction site at the GBS casting basin site in Great Mosquito Cove at the Bull Arm fabrication facility site, about 150 kilometres northwest of St. John’s. — Photos by Joe Gibbons/The Telegram
- Workers are shown Wednesday morning atop one of the cranes at the construction site of the Hebron Project’s Gravity Base Structure.
- Inside the Fabrication Hall.
- (From left) Keith Hutchings, minister of Innovation, Business and Rural Development, Geoff Parker, senior Hebron project manager and vice-president of Exxon/Mobil Canada and Andrew Barry, president of Exxon/Mobil Canada, are shown Wednesday morning at the construction site.
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- - November 1, 2012 at 10:34:26
Nice to hear that an Administrative Building will not be needed. What a pity that thinking cannot get into Eastern Health.
- concerned taxpayer
- - November 1, 2012 at 10:13:28
The difference between this project and Muskrat Falls is that the people aren't paying for it and its funded by private companies. An exception is the 5 percent stake Nalcor has negotiated previously. Muskrat Falls will be funded by raising our taxes and power bills which is much different . Also funding work at Muskrat Falls put us in a defecit situation already this year by spending half a billion dollars on site preparation and surveying and engineering even before a debate has been held.
- - November 1, 2012 at 08:47:17
OK......where are boo birds and naysayers.....???.......I am sure the liberals or ndp can't let this one go without some kind of complaint..........if any of them do, they should be brought to Argentia, put on the ferry, and given strict orders not to come back. This is a great project, like many others here in the province, so the best of luck to everyone, and be safe.