Southern Alberta has an abundance of wind all throughout the year and is therefore an ideal location for this renewable resource for current and future generations.
McNally Contractors was engaged by a group led by SNC Lavalin to expedite the construction of the Casle Rock Ridge sub-station. In winter conditions, mobilizing 29,000 metric tonnes of aggregate to the site located in the foothills of Southern Alberta, north of Pincher Creek. In addition to aggregate production, transportation and installation, also another 2,000 m3 of earthwork has been done, using GPS technology and in-housing modelling. Subsequently culverts and drainage channels were installed along with reclamation. This project was a great success for all of it's stakeholders.