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Banister delivers exceptional value to our clients by constructing pipeline projects on time and on budget while maintaining the highest industry standards for safety, quality and the environment. Banister is proud of our track record of successfully delivering pipeline projects in Canada for over 65 years.

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As a member of the Quanta Services group of companies Banister Pipelines is a leading Canadian mainline construction and maintenance services contractor located in Nisku, Alberta.


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NORTH MONTNEY MAINLINE PROJECT – SPREAD 3

Spread 3 of the North Montney Mainline involved the mainline construction of approximately 62 km of NPS 42 in northeast BC commencing from the north side of the Halfway River following existing and new right of ways to the northeast, across highway 97 extending approximately 15 km northeast along the Tommy Lakes Road. The project was executed from August 2018 to March 2019.

NORTH MONTNEY MAINLINE PROJECT – SPREAD 3

PROJECTLINE 3 REPLACEMENT – SPREAD 7

Spread 7 of the Enbridge Line 3 Replacement involved the construction of approximately 101 km of NPS 36 pipeline across Southwestern Manitoba from Virden to Wawanesa. The project ran from August 2018 to March 2019, during which time over 4600 welds were made.

LINE 3 REPLACEMENT – SPREAD 7

NORLITE DILUENT PIPELINE PROJECT SPREADS 1, 5, 6 A,B,C

A significant series of projects that Banister was involved in for Enbridge was the Norlite diluent line which involved construction of a portion of the 489 km pipeline from Enbridge’s Stonefell site in Edmonton to Enbridge’s Athabasca and Norealis terminals near Ft. McMurray Alberta.

NORLITE DILUENT PIPELINE PROJECT SPREADS 1, 5, 6 A,B,C
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