Mechanical Construction and Maintenance for Power Generation
When companies like TransCanada, Emera, and Suncor are seeking a contractor to successfully execute the construction, maintenance, or shutdown of a major power generation project, they turn to Lorneville. With a history of success in some of the largest construction and mechanical projects ever undertaken in northeastern North America, our track record speaks for itself.
The Lorneville team brings the highest standards of quality, safety, and workmanship to each power generation project. Our senior leadership team is hands-on, often working on job sites, and from top to bottom our organization is committed to ensuring that targets are being met, that safety is a priority, and that lines of communication with clients are clear and unobstructed.
Power generation projects are highly complex and require a level of institutional knowledge, adaptability, and organizational capacity that few other construction or mechanical contractors can match. Lorneville has many years of experience in executing critical path turnaround projects, and has a commitment to the quality of workmanship that ensures reliable power generation operation in between planned shutdowns.
The key strategy that has led to our success in power generation projects is our development of Project Core Teams. These teams are unique to each project and consist of a senior Project Manager, senior trade supervisors, and project engineers. This core serves as the backbone for the entire team, and their capabilities are leveraged to build the best possible group around them. The Project Team Core works in collaboration with your personnel, or can head up all planning, scheduling, and estimating activities, transitioning into the execution of your project. Every step of the way, the Project Core Team is on-site—offering you a consistent point of contact, building trust, and overseeing all work.