BC Hydro – Site C Clean Energy Project

Our Vancouver branch was recently awarded the largest contract in Viking Fire history.

The Site C Clean Energy Project will be a third dam and hydroelectric generating station on the Peace River in northeast B.C. Construction of the project started in summer 2015 and will be completed in 2024. After a review of Site C by the British Columbia Utilities Commission in the fall of 2017, the B.C. Government chose to continue construction on the project.

Site C will be a source of clean, reliable and affordable electricity for more than 100 years.

Viking will be installing a variety of fire protection systems ranging from pre-action, deluge, wet, dry, clean agent all being fed from dual fire pumps drawing water from the reservoir. Design has started and installation begins in the fall of this year. 6 to 8 Office/Design employees and 6 to 12 field staff will be involved in this project that is expected to last 2 ½ years.

Industry Standards & Affiliation

Viking systems are designed and installed exclusively according to NFPA standards. Our team uses products that are recognized by ULC and FM Approved standards. Viking Fire Protection also meets pre-qualification requirements by several recognized organizations

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