A/B Jetty Recapitalization

The A/B Jetty project supports Canada's National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy, which will deliver modern ships to the Royal Canadian Navy over the next 30 years. It will be home to several of the Canadian-built vessels, including the new Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ship and Joint Support Ship. This $743-million project to replace aging 70-year-old jetties consists of three contracts for the design, demolition and construction of the new jetty. Work includes extending the utility corridor, dredging the seabed, demolishing B Jetty, preparing the site and constructing the new B Jetty portion.

Location: CFB Esquimalt, British Columbia
Completion Date: Test Date Replace or Remove
Cost of Construction: $743 million