Michels Canada Adds Electrical Power Construction Services
Michels Canada has expanded its commitment to supporting Canada’s prosperous future by adding electrical power construction services to its energy and infrastructure offerings.
Michels Canada’s decisions and actions are based on the company’s core values, starting with an absolute commitment to safety. This commitment is demonstrated by the fact that Michels Canada has been named Gold winner of the WSIB award for Best Health and Safety Culture in Canada as part of the 2021 Canada’s Safest Employers Awards.
Michels Canada has established regional bases and teams at its Vancouver, Edmonton and Toronto area facilities to meet the requirements and conditions of regions across Canada. Specifically, Michels Canada offers complete overhead and underground construction services for electric utilities. Crews construct power transmission and distribution lines, electrical substations and communication systems, as well as live lines and emergency storm response. Related services, such as structural and substation foundations, are also available.
“This expansion is an organic progression of our goal to provide Canada with the most secure and reliable energy and infrastructure construction services,” said Dean Cowling, President of Michels Canada. “We approach every project with our unwavering commitment to safety, innovation and quality, whether we’ve worked multiple times with a client or this is our first time working together. Our responsibility extends beyond our project sites to the communities and people who trust us to perform our essential services.
As part of the Michels family of companies, Michels Canada has access to the expertise, technical skills, specialized equipment and situational solutions developed by one of America’s largest energy and infrastructure contractors. North.
Current or recently completed projects include:
- 10.5 km from a 6.3 meter diameter tunnel in Toronto
- Longest horizontal directional drilling rig in Canada in Burlington, ON (3,540 meters)
- 90 km of 36-inch pipeline in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley of British Columbia
- 21 km of 42 inch pipeline near Calgary, AB.