Savanna Energy Services Shop & Office ComplexLeduc, Alberta
This project included the design, fabrication, and installation of three buildings and an office spanning two sites. Site one is comprised of two buildings, a drilling building totalling 64,000 square feet and a 15,200 square feet fabrication building on a 30-acre land parcel. Site two consists of a 38,400 square foot facility on eight acres of land. The project was completed ahead of schedule despite working through harsh winter conditions and a difficult environmental site.
Conestoga Cold StorageCalgary, Alberta
Housing conventional, low-rise freeze and distribution space, upgrading the Conestoga Cold Storage facility involved construction of an additional 18,000 square feet. Integrating the new space with the existing, as well as building insulated hoardings to prevent temperature transfer, were critical aspects of the project. The 86,000 square foot facility is complete with a 12-bay loading dock, and staging and administration areas.
AURICO GOLDONTARIO, CANADA
This $115 million, multi-stage project required 400+ field personnel and over 530,000 man hours to complete. The total project scope and service delivery included supervision of the entire process, labour and equipment for the construction of a new gold mill concentrator and paste plant including plant internal structural steel, equipment installation, piping, electrical, instrumentation, controls, HVAC, insulation, steel fabrication, cladding, roofing, exterior doors and finishes, and plant commissioning. Following the successful completion of this project, the client rehired Stuart Olson for follow-up capital construction and due to our large project multi-services mining construction capabilities.
MINING CONSTRUCTIONBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
This current British Columbia based capital project is valued at approximately $50 million and at completion will exceed 400,000 man hours utilizing a peak crew of 150 trade personnel. The scope of work includes the installation of approximately 200,000 sq. meters of roofing and wall cladding for industrial buildings. When this ground breaking project is complete, it will be one of the most environmentally responsible and sustainable mining and minerals processing facilities in operation globally.
OIL SANDS 260KV SUBSTATIONALBERTA, CANADA
This $40 million project was successfully completed in 2013. The scope of work included the turnkey construction of new 260kV and 35kV sub-stations including: 9 km of power line complete; 34 tower structures; major highway crossing & utility crossings including existing 260kV and 25kV lines; with all tower base foundations were performed under difficult circumstances. The project required the supervision of 14 subcontractors, workface planning, detailed cost reporting and forecasting and pre-commissioning services. At its peak the project required 205 personnel and 266,500 man hours to completion.
MULTIPLE POTASH EXPANSIONSSASKATCHEWAN, CANADA.
The expansion of the Saskatchewan potash industry resulted in the construction of multiple projects for several owners on multiple sites. With an ongoing value estimated at over $100 million, the completion of these projects is instrumental in expanding and modernizing the Saskatchewan potash production base. The scope of work included the supply and installation of mechanical insulation, HVAC and dust collection systems, building cladding, firestop as well as asbestos abatement. At peak, the projects required 150+ trade personnel and will exceed 1,000,000 man hours at completion.
CARBON CAPTURE - BOUNDARY DAM PROJECTSASKATCHEWAN, CANADA
The Carbon Capture Project is the largest Carbon Capture facility in the world. This facility eliminates 1 million tons of CO2 emissions from the atmosphere each year. Stuart Olson was responsible for the excavations, forming, and pouring of the large foundations/piers/slabs (2,600 m3 total) for the compressor portion of the Carbon Capture process. We were also responsible for the excavations, forming and pouring of the transformer bases and the concrete encased underground conduit, which supplies power to the compressor area.
RIO TINTO ALCAN KITIMAT MODERNIZATION PROJECTBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
New Aluminum Smelter in Kitimat BC replacing ½ of the existing smelter which was built in 1954. Once completed it will be the most modernized environmentally friendly smelter in operation globally. Our $33M scope of work included all the buildings’ roofing and wall Cladding.
From 2008-2010, NIICI completed the mechanical insulation on tanks & vessels, cladding, commissioning, valued at $25M.
Since 1991, we have be providing $3M/year maitenance services for insulation, cladding and asbestos removal.
CAMERON FALLS G.S. POWERHOUSE UPGRADESONTARIO, CANADA
Completed in 2013, this $1.6M 120/208V Power & Lighting upgrade consisted of; replacement of low voltage panels, UPS, transfer switches & cable feeders; replacement of all branch conduit & circuits; replacement of all emergency lighting & receptacles; replacement of all lighting with fluorescent, LED & induction lighting fixtures.
AURICO GOLD – BACKFILL PASTE PLANT ELECTRICAL & MECHANICALONTARIO, CANADA
This $8.4M project consisted of installing a new Paste Backfill Plant for the existing mine. Stuart Olson provided the complete installation of equipment, piping, electrical, instrumentation, steel fabrication and erection.
ABB - NEW LISKEARD SOLAR FARM PROJECT
Project included installation of all underground cabling, wiring up of solar panels and combiner boxes as well as power distribution.