|Poundmaker - 25kV - HDD (Horizontal Directional Drill) Crossing of AHD (Anthony Henday|
|Value Range:||Not Available|
|Bid Closing Date:||05/29/2012 2:00:00 PM MST|
Closing Date : 05/29/2012 at 14:00 PM
|Contact:||Contact: Howard, James
2000-10423, 101 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta T5H 0E8
|Details:||The Scope of Work consists of construction of two (2) HDD (Horizontal Directional Drill) crossings to install 8â¿ High-density Polyethylene (HDPE) conduits for 25kV circuits running from the new Poundmaker Substation to the west side of the Anthony Henday Drive (AHD) Transportation Utility Corridor (TUC). The Poundmaker Substation, 240/25kV, 2x75MVA facility is located at 18944-105 Ave NW, Edmonton, Alberta. The related work includes open cut trench and conduit installations between the east and west HDD terminus points to the respective tie ins to Manhole 3 (MH3) and Manhole 10 (MH10) respectively. The Work will be undertaken within Right-of-Way (ROW.) extending from the Ownerâ¿¿s 240kV ROW on the east end of the Work Site and extends across the adjacent Transportation Utility Corridor (TUC) Lands, to the terminus point at MH 10 on 199 Street which is located on the west end of the Work Site.|
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