Jebson, Bernie oral history interviews

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Fraser River Pile and Dredge
Fraser River
maritime construction

Bernie Jebson started working on the waterfront June 1st, 1981. He worked on the waterfront as a high school student, and graduated from BCIT. He talks at length about the equipment he has worked with on the job, with a significant portion of the interview spent viewing photos from the job with the interview. He worked with his father on the job, and currently works with his own son. He feels one of the most significant changes to the waterfront is the increased regulation by Environment Canada.

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Interview with Bernie Jebson