Feels like 22
As construction of the Sturgeon Refinery nears completion, the successful NWR off-site bussing program came to an end. The bus ride home on Friday, December 22 was the final voyage for NWR’s bussing program.
All totaled, the kilometres logged by the busses equal over 350 trips around the earth – that’s one per day for nearly a year. The number of passengers during the program is the equivalent of transporting the entire Capital Region to site and back.
With the program concluding, construction and operations employees will now travel by passenger vehicle. Carpooling is encouraged.
Use Google maps to get driving instructions to the Sturgeon Refinery.
Guests or those going to the Central Administration Building: Use Gate 4 (turn north onto Range Road 220).
Construction Workforce: Limited parking is available after entry into Gate 2. Please obey the speed limit and back your vehicle into your parking stall. To reach your work site, walk to Brass Alley where you will swipe your project ID and then take a shuttle to your work site.
On-site shuttles transport you around the site from brass alley to your work site in the morning and also bring you to the coach departure area in the afternoon.
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