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Project Details

The NE Loop project responded to the need for a comprehensive transmission circuit to supply the Husky Oil Sands project. It eventually brought power to the Kearl Oil Sands projects. To develop the NE Loop, over 100 km of a single circuit 240-kV transmission line was constructed. This was completed with 5 greenfield substations and the retrofit of 1 brownfield substation.

CAP’s Role

CAP provided project management, surveying, inspection, and quality assurance and control services for the transmission line and substations. For the survey component, we conducted layout and as-built surveys (completed with drafting) for the foundations of the 240-kV transmission towers.

Project Statistics

Year Completed: 2012
Our Services: Project Management | Field Engineering | Pda Analysis | Survey & Geomatics
Project Location: Fort McMurray, AB

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