The Triple Island Lightstation Rehabilitation Project was a $3.2m upgrade to the impressive National Historic Site built in 1920. Upgrades included electrical improvements, enhanced lightning protection systems, significant lead & asbestos abatement, roof replacement with potable water collection, and extensive exterior concrete repair. This project proved to be logistically challenging since access was by way of helicopter only. Lark was able to make this project viable by constructing a fully serviced work camp on the island, while supporting the camp with team members stationed in Prince Rupert.
Public Works and Government Services Canada;
Canadian Border Services Agency
Method of Delivery
Aldergrove, British Columbia
Project value of $18M
Institutional; Public and Government; LEED Certified
5 buildings (totaling 26,500 sq. ft.) and new roads across 500,000 sq. ft of developed land