Activities for the week of September 23-29


  • Framing – Complete

  • Pole Setting – Complete

  • Rock Boring - Complete

  • 1 Anchor testing crew

  • 1 Steel pole assembly / erection crew

  • 1 Rope pulling crew / 1 Stringing/Clipping crew

  • Preparing all stringing set-ups

  • Stringing OPGW rope and wire

  • Sagging conductor

  • Dead-Ending conductor

  • Clipping in conductor

  • Delivering travelers and materials to structures

  • Installing anchors on the 115 kV corridor

  • Installing Micro Pile Foundations on the 115 kV

  • Health and Safety team on site

  • Environmental team on site overseeing all construction activities, performing bird sweeps.  

  • Have weekly meetings with White Feather Alex Peters and Elder Tom

  • Continue building of all-weather road to sub-station

  • Continue ROW remediation work

  • ECO Canada’s Environmental Monitoring Certification course, known as “BEAHR”, a training course has successfully been completed with three of our employees from Pikangikum First Nation. We had guest speakers from MNRF, Parks Canada and Franz from Wataynikaneyap Power present some topics on Ontario Legislation and Phase 1 and 2 of the Project.


  • Building all weather road to sub station


  • Operating the man camp


  • Continue Micro Pile installation


  • Formwork for yard foundations

  • Placing of reinforcement steel for yard foundations

  • Placing of concrete for yard foundations

Note: PowerTel and subcontractors last day of work for this rotation is September 24, returning to work on October 3.