NAPEC, a provider of construction and maintenance services to the public utility and heavy industrial markets, has announced that its subsidiaries have been awarded contracts worth over CAD185M ($141M).
The company’s US subsidiary Riggs Distler & Company (RDC) has won orders worth about CAD150M ($113.8M).
The orders include:
• a five-year extension to an existing agreement to provide construction and maintenance services for the gas and electricity distribution networks of a major utility service provider in Pennsylvania. The extension period begins in January 2017 and ends in December 2021;
• a five-year extension to an existing agreement for construction, replacement and maintenance services on the gas distribution network of a large-scale utility service provider in Maryland. The renewal period extends from January 2017 through to December 2021;
• a contract to rebuild an 8km section of a 69kV electricity transmission line for a municipal utility company in New Jersey. Work will be carried out through March 2017;
• a contract to provide road matting and environment control services related to an electricity transmission line project for a major utility service provider in New England. The contract is expected to be complete in September 2017.
NAPEC’s Canadian subsidiary Thirau has also won a contract from Hydro-Québec for the large-scale Chamouchouane-Bout-de-l'Ile project. It includes the construction of a 77km section of a 735kV electricity transmission line linking the Taureau reservoir to the municipality of Saint-Zénon, in the Lanaudière region.
The CAD35.5M ($27M) contract also includes the partial demolition and reconstruction of a section from another neighbouring transmission line. Construction work is scheduled to begin in December 2016, and be completed in October 2017.