Rehabilitation of the Beauharnois Hydroelectric Dam
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The Beauharnois Hydroelectric Power Station is a run-of-the-river hydroelectric power station along
the St. Lawrence River, in Quebec, Canada. The station was built in three phases, and comprises
38 turbines, capable of generating up to 1903 MW of electrical power.
A number of rehabilitation projects, to extend the service life of Beauharnois, Québec’s fifth-largest
power station, were scheduled to run until 2013. The projects included work on the generating units and
the building. The rehabilitation project included the refection of all mechanical installations related to
water treatment, filter systems and general plant services.
- Construction management with a team of ten (10) technicians and engineers and a workforce of sixty (60) employees
- Planning and supervision of project progress
- Technical assistance to site and coordination with engineering and vendors
- Pre-commissioning management and supervision