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GTAA 117MW COMBINED CYCLE CONGENERATION PLANT
LOCATION:     Mississauga, ON
OWNER: GTAA
CLIENT: SNC Lavalin
VALUE: $33,915,000
TRADES: Multi-trade
DATE: December 2005
       
PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The project was the construction of 117MW Combined Cycle Cogeneration Power Plant for the Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA) at the Pearson Airport in Toronto. The plant produces Electricity for Pearson Airport (which is projected to rise to 70 MW maximum) and Steam for Heating and Cooling of Pearson`s terminals. The plant also exports excess electricity onto the power grid at 44KV for sale to Hydro One and has full `islanding` capability for Pearson in case of possible power grid black outs.
The State Group Inc. performed all Underground Piping & Electrical, Aboveground Mechanical, Electrical & Instrumentation, Process Piping, HVAC, Heat Tracing and Plant Commissioning on the project. The project was designed by SNC Lavalin Engineers and Constructors Inc and construction was performed on a `Fast Track` basis. Mobilization and underground construction began in July 2004 and the State Group Inc. was complete by September 2005. The plant was fully commissioned and had completed contract Performance Tests by Dec 16th, 2005. State had an impeccable Safety Record on this project which exceeded 400,000 Safe Work Hours.
The plant consists of two (2) GE LM6000 Combustion Gas Turbines, two (2) IST Once through Steam Generators, one (1) Siemens Steam Turbine and all balance of plant equipment.

For more information about State Group Inc. and its contracting services, please call 800.558.2034 or email us at info@stategroup.com
 
 
 
           
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