MOUNTAIN PREMIER CONTRACTING & DEMOLITION LTD.
Welcome to Mountain Premier Contracting and Demolition Ltd. We provide the Lower Mainland with vital end-of-life shipping services, helping to keep our waterways free of rotting vessels.
With over 23 years of experience in the salvage and marine industry, we have the hands-on knowledge to ensure all projects are completed professionally and safely, ensuring an emphasis on environmental stewardship.
PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTING SERVICES
Mountain Premier Contracting & Demolition Ltd. is the leading Marine Demolition Contractor in the Vancouver area. We provide our clients with a comprehensive approach to contracting and specialize in Marine Salvage, Ship Breaking, Vessels of Concern, and Asbestos and Lead Abatement. Since we started out in 2013, we’ve been committed to the environment, health and safety, and of course our clients’ needs and satisfaction. Get in touch to receive your free estimate today.
MARINE DEMOLITION & SHIP BREAKING
End of Life Shipping for
Vessels of Concern
MARINE SALVAGE & RECOVERY
Ship Raising & Wreck Removal
ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP & COMMITMENT TO SAFETY
The HMCS Annapolis was an Annapolis-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later, the Canadian Forces. She was the second Canadian naval unit to carry this name. She was sunk as an artificial reef off the coast of Gambier Island in Howe Sound in British Columbia, Canada.
Mountain Premier Contracting & Demolition was Lead Contractor on the 2015 project.
The M.V. Canadian Princess was a 236’ hydrographic survey vessel constructed in 1932 in Ontario. She had been converted in 1978 to a hotel by the then owners, Oak Bay Marine Group.
The vessel was approximately 1600 tonnes and required 12,000 man hours to complete the demolition. The demolition included interior deconstruction, removal of fixtures and wood structures, extensive asbestos abatement, cutting and scrapping of machinery, equipment and hull.
The Fraser Titan is a 312′ dredger built in 1969, which was in service here in Vancouver until her decommissioning. Her job was to keep the navigation channel of the Fraser River clear and open. She was sold to Mountain Premier for abatement and demolition in 2018.