VANCOUVER 2010

VANCOUVER 2010 WINTER OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC GAMES

12th of February – 28th of February

The city of Vancouver was awarded the 2010 Winter Olympic Games by the IOC. During the 3 years prior to the start of the Games, David was responsible for leading the Power and Distribution for some of the key projects involved in making the Olympics a success.

Richmond Speed Skating Oval

Long Track Speed Skating Venue for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. 512,000 square foot, multi-use facility, with capacity for 8,000 spectators.


 New BC Place Roof – Phase 2

Replacement of the existing inflatable roof with a new $458 million retractable roof for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

 Canada Line Stations

Canada Line is a fully automated rapid transit line in the Metro Vancouver region of British Columbia, Canada. Opened in August 2009, servicing Vancouver, Richmond, and the Vancouver International Airport. The Canada Line comprises 19.2 kilometres of track and 15 stations. Originally scheduled to open on November 30, 2009, it opened fifteen weeks ahead of schedule, well in advance of the 2010 Winter Olympics the following February.

YVR Pier C Expansion

Re-configuring two existing gates and adding an additional five for domestic flights at the Vancouver International Airport, predominantly for Air Canada.

False Creek Neighborhood Energy Utility

The Neighborhood Energy Utility provides heat and hot water to the new Southeast False Creek Community, including the Olympic Village. Eaton provided the complete Power Distribution HV and LV electrical equipment to power the whole system.