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We operate in challenging landscapes, setting high standards of performance and safety. Consbec is one of the largest drilling and blasting contractor in North America and the only private Canadian company who manufactures and transports bulk emulsion.

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    White River (Gitchi Animki) Hydroelectric Generating Station Project

    Owner: Pic Mobert Hydro Inc.

    Location: White River, ON.

    Years Active: 2014-2015

    Pic Mobert Hydro Inc. (PMHI), a partnership which comprises the Pic Mobert First Nation and Regional Power Inc. has constructed two hydroelectric power generating facilities on the White River in northwestern Ontario.

    The facilities have installed capacities of 8.9 MW (Bezhig) and 10 MW (Niizh), respectively.

    Consbec performed in excess of 300,000 cubic metres of drilling and blasting various items of the project including diversion, spillway and tailrace channels as well powerhouse excavations.

    Over 30,000 m2 of pre-shear face was successfully completed in order to help minimize any overbreak in concrete sensitive excavations.

    Project Drill/Blast Challenges: Seismic tolerances, rock face QA/QC to minimize overbreak.

Our Commitment to Safety

Safety is embedded throughout our operations. Project teams are continually trained to meet high standards of performance and safety. In fact, safety is an ongoing pursuit and remains top of mind as a precursor to all projects and managed until the very end to project completion.

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