The installation of cogeneration facilities has been a cornerstone of JV Driver’s service offering since 1989. Today, JV Driver executes some of the largest facilities in Canada, for both the Pulp and Paper and Oil and Gas sectors. Providing innovative solutions for both capital construction, turnarounds and plant optimization projects has seen JV Driver become a leader in the Power Sector.
|Over 20 Years in the field Lost Time Accident free|
|Multiple Construction Owners Association of Albert (COAA) Awards for Best Practices and Safety Implementation|
|2009||Shell President’s Award|
|2009||Golden Nugget Safety Award from Imperial Oil|
|2013||Recordable Incident Free Maintenance Operation at Imperial Oil’s Kearl lake facility|
|2005–2008||Work Safe Alberta “Best Safety Performer” (award was discontinued in 2009)|
Power Sector Projects
Cold Lake, Alberta
Providing all of the civil earthworks, including excavation of undergrounds (firewater, potable water and sanitation lines), building foundations including cast in place augured piles, building sumps and oily water separation tank installation, temporary and permanent access road construction (including subgrade construction and aggregate placement), storm water pond, sewage lagoon and sludge basin pond excavation and installation.
Alpac Steam Turbine and Generator
Near Athabasca Alberta
Alberta Pacific Forest Ltd.
JVD completed the installation of a new 35 MW steam Turbine and Generator. This scope included the Civil, Rebar and Mechanical portion of work related to the installation of the Turbine and Generator at their mill near Athabasca, Alberta. The structure measures 6850 square feet. JVD’s scope included Piers and pier caps for the Turbine and Generator, floor slabs and installation of approximately 120 tons of rebar as well as the installation of steam piping, air condensing cooler and the installation of the generator and turbine. The project incorporates over 20,000 inches of pipe of varying commodities
60 KM NE of Peace River
JV Driver has been awarded the Carmon Creek Project, vertical well steam drive facility that will produce up to 80,000 barrels per day of bitumen (12,600 cubic meters). The Scope includes all; Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Piping Electrical and Instrumentation with constructability and workface planning already in progress. The project also involved the installation of 3, 200+ MW Gas Turbine Generators and 3 HRSG Boilers for the Steam Injection System. Constructability for the project began in May 2013.
Grande prairie GPEOP
Grande Prairie, Alberta
JVD has been selected to complete a new 50MW Dresser Rand Turbo-generator for Weyerhaeuser. The scope of this project will include all new foundations, site scaffolding, all piping (including mill tie-ins), a structural pipe-bridge and tower installation, as well as the mechanical installation of the 50 MW Turbo-generator. This work was later expanded to include the construction of a seven effect evaporator set, condensers, tanks and a cool tower. The structure is 250 feet by 50 feet at various heights. JVD’s scope includes Civil, Structural, Piping, Mechanical, Scaffolding and Insulation. The Mechanical equipment includes an evaporator set supplied by HPD.
The Zellstoff Celgar Green Energy Project
The Zellstoff Celgar, Green Energy Project mechanical installation was awarded to JVD Installations Inc in March 2010. The project initially consisted of the mechanical installation of a 48MW Shin Nippon Condensing Turbine, Brush Generator and all ancillary piping and equipment installations. Upon mobilization to site for mechanical installation JVDII was also awarded the electrical installation package consisting of the installation of all high voltage cables, control and power cabling, switch gear, power control and DCS installations, and all field terminations associated with the Turbine/Generator and ancillary equipment. The Turbine started commissioning in September 2010 and to date has met all of its regulatory requirements for output and has met or exceeded the stringent mechanical quality parameters set out by Shin Nippon Turbines and Brush Generators.
Construction Management for BioEnergy Building and Infrastructure Loop
Prince George, British Columbia
Construction Management for the construction of two separate but integrated projects. One of the projects, originally a LEED Gold BioEnergy Building has now achieved LEED Platinum certification. The BioEnergy Building houses the bioenergy equipment supplied by Nexterra. Nexterra’s equipment converts wood waste into syngas burned in the boilers that are used to heat the entire UNBC facility. The anticipated natural gas use reduction from existing levels is 80%. The second project is the Infrastructure Loop upgrade to existing UNBC hot and cold water heating and cooling lines. Infrastructure Loop work includes upgrade of existing pvc hot and cold water heating and cooling lines to carbon steel throughout the University. Infrastructure work includes both exterior and interior works. Responsible for all budgeting, tendering, procurement and construction to completion. Work started as Construction Management and then converts to guarantee lump sum contract.