The Kearl Lake project involved the construction of a 71-km transmission line anchored by a 240-kV substation. First, our partners excavated and graded the site, then laid the line foundation. Once the transmission line and substation were constructed, the transformer oil containment pits were raised.
CAP led the centerline and layout survey of the transmission line, towers, and substations. We also conducted the VCE limits and construction. Finally, we performed the final as-built survey with the associated drafting of the completed site plan.