GSD's Scope of Work:
Structural Steel, Miscellaneous Steel, Pile Cap Plates, BIM Coordination (Piping, Civil, Grating)
Encana Cabin Gas Plant 1 (ECGP1) was started in March 2010 & was completed in August 2012.
Encana Cabin Gas Plant 2 (ECGP2) was started in October 2011 & was completed in February 2013.
Encana’s Cabin Gas Plant #1 is in the final stages of construction. Gas Plant #1 is scheduled to start processing natural gas from the Horn River Basin in late 2012. Located 60 kilometers (37 miles) northeast of Fort Nelson, British Columbia, the completed Gas Plant #1 will have a capacity of 400 million cubic feet per day of natural gas.
Encana's Cabin Gas Plant #2, adjacent to Plant #1. This additional plant will eventually double production to bring total processing capacity to 800 million cubic feet of natural gas per day. Phase #2 construction was completed in the spring of 2014.
Global Structural Detailing Ltd. invested more than 32,000 hours completing over 50,500 fabrication & erection drawings. Due to the large area of each Plant, there were over 350 divisions of steel with just under half of the divisions being modular builds, assembled and piped by Ledcor in Nisku and shipped to site once complete. The use of BIM with Piping and Civil enabled conflicts to be addressed prior to any fabrication taking place saving time and money.
Enbridge recently increased its stake in the two LNG plants to 71% ownership.