BC Hydro – Site C Projects

Following years of subcontract work at Site C (2015 to 2018); Halfway River Frost LP
(“HRFL”) negotiated and obtained a Master Services Agreement with BC Hydro in 2018.
Frost Group operates as Prime for BC Hydro projects.

Scopes of Work included the following;

• Supply & Install Major Bridge Crossings
• Harvest, load and haul hundreds of hectares of merch timber
• Heli-log hundreds of hectares of merch and non-merch timber
• Strip and grub Right of Way corridor for road construction
• Maintain access for works with gravel hauling and grading
• Road Construction
• Strip, load, haul and place various aggregate materials and fill

Cache Creek Reservoir Drainage – Aug. 2018 – March 2019   $7.1 million
Halfway River Archeology Soil Removal – Jun. 2019 – Aug. 2020   $1.6 Million
Peace River Reservoir Clearing – Aug. 2019 – March 2020   $17.2 Million
Halfway River Drainage Clearing – Aug. 2020 – March 2021   $22 Million
Area 24 / Area E Clear Grub & Stockpile – Feb. 2022 – June 2022   $6.3 Million
Aggregate Clearing Howe Pit & P6 Access – Mar. 2022 – Current   $21 Million



$75.2 million

Aug. 2015 – Ongoing

Halfway River Archeology Soil Removal

Frost Lake Logging’s partnership with BC Hydro on the Site C Clean Energy Project epitomizes a commitment to sustainable energy and community collaboration. Contributing expertise in forestry, road building, and civil works, Frost Lake plays a pivotal role in this transformative endeavor.

Site C, situated on the Peace River in northeast B.C., promises over 100 years of clean, reliable power, generating 1,100 megawatts (MW) of capacity and powering approximately 450,000 homes annually. With construction initiated in 2015 and scheduled for completion in 2024, this project represents a monumental step towards a greener future for British Columbia.

By fostering partnerships with local First Nations communities and leveraging expertise in clean energy infrastructure, Frost Group contributes to the project’s success while respecting and preserving the natural surroundings. Together, they pave the way for a brighter, greener future for generations to come.

Initiated in 2015, the Site C Clean Energy Project, supported by Frost Lake Logging, marks a significant milestone in advancing clean energy solutions for British Columbia

As construction progresses toward its 2024 completion, Site C represents a beacon of sustainable energy, poised to benefit communities across the region.

Through their ongoing partnership, Frost Lake Logging and BC Hydro are paving the way for a greener, more prosperous future in British Columbia.