Past Events

November 20: Port Metro Vancouver

Evening presentation on Port Metrovancouver - Building Infrastructure to Support Global Trade

Evening Seminar

Topic:   Evening presentation on Port Metrovancouver - Building Infrastructure to Support Global Trade   
Presenters:   Matthew Walton-Knight, PEng CEng MICE
Ian Galsworthy, PEng CEng MICE
Kyle Robertson, PEng
Date:   Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Time:   7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Venue:   Conference floor, Holiday Inn, 4405 Central Boulevard, Metrotown, Burnaby
Free guest parking in basement off Central Blvd, Sky Train Metro station is across the street

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Presentation Summary

Port Metro Vancouver is Canada's largest and busiest port, a dynamic gateway for domestic and international trade and tourism, and a major economic force that strengthens the Canadian economy. Container traffic through the Port is expected to double before 2020 and to nearly triple by 2030. Port Metro Vancouver is responsible for ensuring that the capacity is in place to meet anticipated demand and to support Canadian global trade growth for decades to come. To deliver the infrastructure to support this trade growth, Port Metro Vancouver has established an Infrastructure Delivery Division responsibility for the Port's major infrastructure projects.

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 Presentation slides

 Seminar brochure