BC’s Revelstoke Dam, built in 1984, is comprised of a 175-metre high concrete gravity dam, a 122-metre high earthfill dam, and a powerhouse in the riverbed with five large generating units.

WHO WOULDN'T WANT TO BE INVOLVED IN A MEGAPROJECT? No doubt about it, they are impressive – in their scope, sheer size and person-hours to complete. 

Once completed, BC’s $7.9 billion Site C Clean Energy Project will provide clean, renewable and cost-effective energy for about half a million family homes annually for more than 100 years! If approved, the project will create about 33,000 jobs through all stages of development and construction, and the equivalent of about 10 thousand person-years of direct employment during construction.

See how this amazing project will be constructed. Check out the video below.

Does working on a megaproject like this excite you? Use the Career Finder to explore the construction careers that work in this sector and you could get in on the action.

Update

Check out the Site C workers' accommodations - sweet digs!

Site C well on its way after first year of construction

Site C Construction Schedule for April, 2016

BC Government Approves Site C (with video)

Videos

Site C Construction
This conceptual animation shows how the Site C Clean Energy Project will be constructed.
The foundations of Site C Hydroelectric Dam have been completed
The foundation structure on which the Site C Clean Energy Project will be constructed has been completed.