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Kasabonika Lake First Nation Generating Station New Generator and Control Building

About the project

Kasabonika Lake First Nation is an Oji-Cree First Nations band government located north of Sioux Lookout, Ontario, on the Asheweig River.  There are no summer roads into the community and the only access is by air or winter roads. Due to the isolation of the community, CPI leaned heavily on local labour and resources, including the hardware store, restaurants and living accommodations.

Adjacent to the existing generating station, CPI’s project team installed a new 1,000 square foot metal-clad control building with thick insulation with standing seam prefinished metal roofing. This included foundation and site works, new thermal windows and metals doors, new electrical and mechanical to accommodate the new generator set and a new oil storage and handling system. CPI also decommissioned the existing fuel system and installed new tanks with controls, a commission system and train. Project was completed on time and within budget.

Completion date

April 2016

Client

Kasabonika Lake First Nation

Location

Kasabonika Lake First Nation, Ontario

Architect

Wickham Consulting

Market Segment

High Security  |  Indigenous  |  Industrial  |  New Construction  |  Northern/Remote

Service type

General Contractor

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