Keeyask Project Update
The Keeyask Project is a 695-megawatt (MW) hydroelectric generating station that is being developed in a partnership between Manitoba Hydro and 4 Manitoba First Nations: Tataskweyak Cree Nation, War Lake First Nation, York Factory First Nation, and Fox Lake Cree Nation.
DMS has performed all the embedded piping scope on the project and is performing mechanical piping and electrical SOW with Voith for the turbine installation. NME (NMS) managed the camp and road maintenance
Located approximately 725 km north of Winnipeg on the lower Nelson River, construction of the Keeyask Project includes:
- 7 unit powerhouse/service bay complex on the north side of Gull Rapids;
- 7 bay spillway on the south side of Gull Rapids;
- More than 2 km of dams across Gull Rapids;
- 23 km of dikes built on the north and south side of the reservoir.
For more information on the Keeyask project, visit the Keeyask Hydropower Limited Partnership website.
Video courtesy of Manitoba Hydro.
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