Transformer Replacement -
McMaster University, Hamilton

NF91 is a 115/13.8kV transformer station, owned and operated by McMaster University. The scope of work includes the engineering services for the replacement of the two power transformers, a new E‑house, 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.

Client’s name
McMaster University
Total cost of the project
Hamilton, ON


Nature of the services

  • Project Kick-off Meeting
  • Conceptual design
  • Studies and Calculations
  • Permitting for IESO , HONI and municipality
  • Detailed design electrical, civil, structural and protection & control drawings signed and sealed by PEO engineer
  • Procurement of equipment
  • Bid evaluation and equipment; specifications
  • Sub contractor supervision
  • Field execution monitoring and mitigation
  • Commissioning
  • Project closure and As-Built Drawings

Quai Multiusager, Port de Sept-Iles

Specificities of the project

  • Installation of 2 power transformer 115 kV/13.8 kV 50 MVA
  • Installation of One Building for switchgear, protection and control of the substation
  • Installation of five high voltage disconnect switch
  • Installation of new fence and access road for maintenance and security of the station

Quai Multiusager, Port de Sept-Iles

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