Metro Vancouver SkyTrain System – The Expo Line


No transportation project is the same, and Western Pacific Enterprises GP thrives off the opportunity to collaborate and contribute to this vast and exciting multidisciplinary field. WPE has delivered multiple large-scale transportation infrastructure projects including bridges, rapid transit, and light rail systems.

We enjoy the challenges that come with these one-off projects and employ creative problem solving and innovative techniques to deliver these projects on-schedule and to the standards and satisfaction of all project stakeholders.

Of our completed transportation projects to date, our most distinguished comprises the system wide electrical installations and select project stations of the entire Metro Vancouver SkyTrain System consisting of the Expo Line, Millenium Line, Canada Line, as well as the newly built Evergreen Line which is to come into service in early 2017.

Our Transportation Division endeavors to exceed client expectations and looks forward to all opportunities to service the transportation industry.

For More Information Contact:

Tom Butterfield

Transportation Division Manager

cell: 604-317-2844

Gary Bowsher

District Manager

cell: 604-540-1321

Evergreen Line Rapid Transit Project

Lower Mainland, BC

The Evergreen Line is an 11-kilometre extension to the existing SkyTrain system in Metro Vancouver.

See Project

Main Street-Science World Skytrain Station Upgrade Project

Vancouver, BC

Expansion to an existing SkyTrain station to increase the capacity of the Expo Line and improve accessibility.

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Johnson Street Bridge Replacement Project

Victoria, BC

Construction of the largest single-leaf bascule bridge in Canada.

See Project

Millennium Line Rapid Transit Project

Lower Mainland, BC

The Millenium Line is the second rapid transit line built in the SkyTrain system of Metro Vancouver.

See Project

Expo Line Rapid Transit Project

Lower Mainland, BC

The Expo Line was the first line of the SkyTrain Rapid Transit System in Metro Vancouver.

See Project