Project Details

The Black Spruce 154S Substation is a new 240-kV switching station located 35 km south of Conklin, Alberta, on the Cenovus Christina Lake Project Site. This substation provides reliable power to the oil industry in that region. Site preparation, grading, and an access road were necessary for this project.

CAP’s Role

CAP’s role was to prepare the substation’s site and its access road. This included clearing, topsoil, and stockpile removal. We completed site grading and compaction, including supply, placement, and compaction of engineered fill, pit run, and road crush gravel. CAP also provided all survey services for the staking of locations and elevations.

 

 

Project Statistics

Year Completed: 2013
Our Services: Project Management | Civil Construction | Survey & Geomatics
Project Location: Conklin, AB

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