Imperial Oil substation is a 230kV/27.6kV transformer station, owned and operated by Imperial Oil. The scope of work includes the engineering services for the replacement of one power transformer, and associated upgrades required for civil, structural, electrical, protection and controls, as well as the tendering and procurement, contract administration, project management and field support phases. Additional design options included in this document are related to the safety of personnel on site and the future asset. Our team has extensive knowledge and expertise to perform the design upgrades required, as well as the evaluation of the value analysis to meet Imperial Oil needs, and to ensure safe and reliable installation with optimized cost considerations.

Client’s name
Imperial Oil
Total cost of the project
$3 254 K


Nature of the services

  • Project Kick-off Meeting
  • Detailed design civil, electrical, structural and protection & control; drawings signed and sealed by PEO engineer
  • Procurement
  • Approve vendor drawings, bid evaluation and equipment specifications
  • Studies and calculations
  • Client liaison (utilities & IESO)
  • Contractor supervision
  • Remote and On-Site Field Support
  • As-Built Drawings

Specificities of the project

  • Installation of One power transformer 50 MVA 230kV/27.6 kV
  • Installation of Surge arrester on the primary and secondary of the power transformer
  • Performed the protection and control wiring of the power transformer toward of the existing station

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