Canadian Consulting Engineer

SNC-Lavalin to build and operate a cogeneration plant at Pearson

SNC-Lavalin Engineers and Constructors has signed a $122-million contract with Greater Toronto Airports Authority (...

January 14, 2005   Canadian Consulting Engineer

SNC-Lavalin Engineers and Constructors has signed a $122-million contract with Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) to design and build a 117-MW cogeneration power plant at Pearson International. <br>
The new plant is being constructed adjacent to the airport’s central utilities plant. It will provide power and steam to the airport, and also will be able to feed power into the province’s electricity grid.<br>
The plant will use two LM 6000 natural gas turbines and a steam turbine. <br>
The plant is scheduled to be operational by September this year. Once it is complete, SNC-Lavalin’s Profac subsidiary is going to be operating and maintaining the facility.<br>
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