Air quality improvement work at Aluminerie Alouette, Sept-Îles Aluminerie Alouette

Aluminerie Alouette had been having problems with dust and toxic gas migrations between the various sectors of the plant for several years. The mandate thereby consisted in making various recommendations and completing work to curb dust migration.

Client’s name
Aluminerie Alouette
Total cost of the project
$1,1M
Project delivery methods
Engineering-Procurement-Construction (EPC)
Region
Sept-Îles, Pointe-Noire

Services provided

  • Draft studies and analyses
  • Simultaneous engineering and construction with an integrated design approach
  • Preliminary and final plan and specification designs for the overall work
  • Procurement and contract management
  • Construction management
  • Technical support
  • Monitoring services
  • Quality control and assurance
    Inspection during the construction phase
  • Commissioning

Quai Multiusager, Port de Sept-Iles Aluminerie Alouette

Specificities of the project

  • Erection of walls to isolate the sectors
  • Optimization and refurbishment of roof fans in the hot spent anode storage warehouse space
  • Installation of new exhaust fans in the kiln garage space
  • Improvement of the ventilation in the rod repair workshop
  • Implementation of protection to reduce snow infiltration through certain problematic louvres

Quai Multiusager, Port de Sept-Iles Aluminerie Alouette

Quai Multiusager, Port de Sept-Iles Quai Multiusager, Port de Sept-Iles Aluminerie Alouette Aluminerie Alouette

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