Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
Design, supply and installation of four (4) self-framing, on-skid metal utility buildings for the Enbridge Waupaisoo Oil Pipelines near Leismer, Roundhill, Abee and Stonefell Pump Stations.
SCOPE OF WORK
INNOVA was awarded responsibility for the complete design, supply, and installation of the buildings consisting of interior wall partitions, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and interior finishes for the kitchen, washroom, and utility rooms.
- Four (4) utility Buildings at 29'-7” wide x 32’-0" long x 12’-10" low eave, gable style with 4:12 slope.
- Mechanical including indoor electric furnace with fire dampers, return air and heating and cooling components.
- All plumbing complete with electric hot water and holding tanks, water lines to all fixtures, pumps, toilets, and sinks.
- Full electrical scope encompassing the transformer; 120/208v panel complete with 200 a main breaker; 600V 3ph 4w 200A Nema 3R disconnect; ground bars; outlets for telephone, data, fibre optics, UPS, temperature transmitters, alarm monitoring; lighting contactor assembly; connections to mechanical units and remote stats; door contact and door alarm latch switches, outdoor ringer; all fire alarm components; and lighting fixtures & receptacles.
UNIQUE PROJECT HURDLES
The existing 380-kilometre Waupisoo Pipeline system carries Alberta oil sands crude from Enbridge Athabasca’s Cheecham Terminal, south to the Enbridge Pipelines’ Edmonton Terminal. The four new stations are situated along the pipeline in remote, rural Alberta providing logistical challenges to the movement of materials and labour. INNOVA staff’s experience since 1947delivering on-time and on-budget to remote locations around the world concluded in a successful project and the award of four additional buildings by Enbridge.