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Global Transportation Hub Rough Grading

Regina, Saskatchewan

The Global Transportation Hub (GTH) is a major transportation and logistics center for Western Canada providing rail access and trucking connections to all major destinations throughout North America with 60 million consumers within a day’s drive or over 270 million within two days drive. This was the first major logistics hub in Saskatchewan and is now an international port to receive and ship goods.

KPCL’s scope of work included rough grading 1,200 acres, installing water control structures and drainage channels, and preparing roadways integral to the hub. Materials totaled over 2.5 million cubic meters for the development of the 1,200 acres. The initial contract work was completed in 2012 and as the GTH continued to expand, KPCL’s scope of work expanded until 2015. GPS Grade Control finishing equipment was used to achieve the specified fine tolerances of +/- 40 mm over very large rough graded areas. A key challenge was ensuring the specified grade was achieved on a very large area to ensure that proper drainage was attained.

Owner: Global Transportation Hub

Completion Date: 2015

Contractor: Kelly Panteluk Construction Ltd.

Legacy Mine Site Preparation Civil/ Concrete Works

Bethune, Saskatchewan

This project involved the construction of 20 kilometers of new roads, HDPE-lined fresh-water pond, and pump house structure for a green field potash mine initialization. Key challenges included keeping the project on schedule despite ongoing rains totalling over 36 inches, and material volumes doubling from contracted value.

Owner: K+S Potash Canada

Completion Date: 2011

Contractor: Kelly Panteluk Construction Ltd.

Boundary Dam Power Station Integrated Carbon Capture System

Estevan, Saskatchewan

KPCL’s scope of work included the excavation and backfill of the large integrated foundation, the supply and placement of granular materials, and the placement and backfilling of large diameter HDPE pipe for the Carbon Capture Structure at Boundary Dam Power Station Unit 3. Key challenges included poor soil and slope stability issues, tight completion schedule, and above average precipitation at the start of the project.

Owner: SaskPower – Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Completion Date: 2011

Contractor: PCL Construction Management Inc.