Self-performed Work (Civil Work)
With a large fleet of heavy equipment and a skilled workforce, with specialized knowledge in a multitude of operations, M. Sullivan & Son Limited will self-perform civil work for their own project sites, as well as for special clients.
Site grading, sewer and water main installations, stormwater management, pumping stations, roads and parking lots, silt mitigation measures, electrical civil work, are just some of the sitework operations that our crews undertake on our own projects which helps to keep costs down and provides more control over scheduling. We specialize in environmental remediation for spill containment, fish habitat protection, eel ladders, shoreline erosion protection and slope stabilization. We have expertise in site remediation and construction of waste management sites for clients such as Atomic Energy of Canada Limited.
Our hydro electric division includes specialized crews with technical expertise and equipment to self-perform concrete rehabilitation and repair, epoxy and polyurethane pressure grouting for powerhouses, gravity dams, sluice gates and log chutes. We self-perform all types of repairs to throat rings, draft tubes, decks and gates. We are experts in the design and installation of ice and safety booms, stop logs, boat launches and log lifters.
Our crews have specific safety training for marine work and specialized equipment such as work barges, boats, portable cofferdams, and sophisticated scaffolding systems which provide safe and efficient access to undertake the type of work associated with hydro-electric generating stations.
This specialized expertise, along with an excellent safety record and quality assurance system (ISO 9001:2008) has resulted in a long standing relationship with many of our repeat clientele including Ontario Power Generation.
In 2009, our solar division completed our first ground-mount photo-voltaic generation project. The turn-key Arnprior A&B solar project for EDF/ENXCO with an output of 19 MW AC, was the third largest P-V project in North America, at the time. We have to date designed and delivered a total of 42 MW of P-V generation.