Construction and Mechanical Contracting for Pulp and Paper
Lorneville is the construction and mechanical contracting company that organizations like JD Irving, Resolute Forest Products, and Aditya Birla Group turn to when they’re planning major projects. As a company, we got our start performing boiler installation and maintenance in the pulp and paper industry. Now, with a history of success in some of the largest construction and mechanical projects ever undertaken in northeastern North America, you can be sure that Lorneville has the capabilities to successfully execute any project in the pulp and paper industry.
Lorneville has years of experience in the pulp and paper industry, and we have successfully completed many projects, including both the fabrication and installation of new equipment and repairs to existing equipment. We provided the full mechanical and electrical scope for the installation of a new Clyde Bergemann Electro-Static Precipitator at the Northern Pulp Mill in Abercrombie, Nova Scotia. That included the ESP installation, as well as ash conveyors, chutes, tank and field weld lines on ductwork, boiler house modifications, and electrical work.
When project managers work on-site alongside engineers and trades, it adds a layer of accountability to the project. We have been recognized for the quality we’ve achieved and have been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies. As we’ve grown, we’ve worked to maintain the entrepreneurial spirit and passion of a smaller company, and we bring this passion to every pulp and paper project we work on.
A project core team is assembled for every project and consists of a Senior Project Manager, senior trade supervisors, and project engineers. This core serves as the backbone for the entire project, and and we leverage their capabilities to build the best possible team. This enables us to complete large-scale and long-term projects efficiently and safely, such as our work on the Irving Pulp and Paper New Continuous Cook Plant–a complex project spaced out over the period of two years.