• Energy

From conventional to renewable energy, we offer the excellence, innovation, and valued services to our clients, perfectly customised to their needs and in a cost efficient and sustainable way.

For the past two decades, LNA has developed and constructed energy projects across British Columbia, Alberta Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia with a wealth of expertise in green power technologies, including hydro electric, wind farms, high-efficiency cogeneration or biomass power.

Projects

  • ENERCON Canada Inc.Niagara Region

    ENERCON Canada Inc. - Niagara Region

    YEAR:

    2016-2017

    LOCATION:

    Niagara, Ontario

    PROJECT:

    Niagara region wind farm is located in and across the Regional Municipality of Niagara, the Township of West Lincoln, the Town of Wainfleet and Haldimand County.

    The planning, development and construction management of a 230MW 77 turbine project requires the right people with the right skills to come to the table. LNA has extensive expertise in wind power projects and has collaborated with ENERCON Canada in many of them. In this mandate, LNA was responsible for the following activities:

    Project analysis

    • Constructability review
    • Resource and skill allocation
    • Preliminary planning and scheduling

    Project management

    • Project sequences administration
    • Cost control

    Procurement

    • Material and equipment inventory control
    • Logistics Support

    Construction management

    • Site planning organization
    • Contract administration
    • Construction planning and scheduling
    • Field performance follow-up and site coordination
    • Start-up and commissioning
    • Contract close-out
  • Kruger Energy Inc.Biomass Cogeneration Plant

    Kruger Energy Inc. - Biomass Cogeneration Plant

    YEAR:

    2005-2006

    LOCATION:

    Bromptonville, Québec

    PROJECT:

    It is a 23-MW biomass cogeneration plant at the Kruger paper mill in Bromptonville. The plant includes a hog boiler that burns paper mill sludge, bark and other wood waste, and a steam turbine that, in addition to providing the steam needed to dry the paper, generates electricity.

    LNA was responsible of the construction management activities for the installation of the boiler and the turbo generator, including the following services:

    • Constructability review and construction optimization
    • Construction daily progress
    • Construction planning
    • Engineering coordination
    • Site safety
    • Supplier erection coordination
    • Systems start-up planning
    • Preparation and analysis of claims
  • Tembec - TémiscamingCo-generation Biomass Plant

    Tembec - Témiscaming Co-generation Biomass Plant

    YEAR:

    2012-2013

    LOCATION:

    Temiscaming, Québec

    PROJECT:

    LNA’s mandate was to manage all the construction activities of a Co-Generation Biomass Plant project for the replacement of three low-pressure boilers with a single new high-pressure boiler designed to burn waste sulphite liquor generated by the specialty cellulose manufacturing process. The Project also includes the installation of a new 50-megawatt electrical turbine.

    LNA was responsible of the Construction Management activities including the following activities:

    • Constructability review and construction optimization
    • Construction daily progress
    • Construction planning
    • Contract administration
    • Site safety
    • Supplier erection coordination
    • Systems start-up planning
  • ENERCON Canada Inc.Seigneurie de Beaupré

    ENERCON Canada Inc. – Seigneurie de Beaupré

    YEAR:

    2014

    LOCATION:

    Lac Jacques-Cartier, Québec

    PROJECT:

    The Seigneurie de Beaupré Wind Farms, with a total contracted capacity of 365 MW, are as of today the largest wind power project in development in Canada. It is located in Lac Jacques Cartier unorganized territory, Quebec, at an altitude of 1000 metres (328 feet) which is covered with snow from mid-October to mid-May.

    The construction of Phase II (also called wind farm #4), comprising 28 Enercon turbines, with a total capacity of 68 MW, where LNA was in charge of all the construction activities for the entire site, including the management of civil engineering works, erection of the towers, assembly of the turbines and management of electrical equipment for commissioning.