We're committed to working with local and Indigenous companies, contractors and workers throughout Saskatchewan on this project.
We’re on track to exceed the local and Indigenous successes from the Chinook Power Station Project. This included over $140 million in local contracts and $10 million in Indigenous-owned contracts. To date, the Great Plains Project includes over $110 million in participation from local companies and over $23 million in participation from Indigenous-owned companies.
We expect up to 600 workers on the site during peak construction times.
Opportunities For You
Burns & McDonnell is our Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor, with support from their local partners. Visit the Burns & McDonnell project website for more details on how to get involved.
We hosted multiple outreach events with Burns & McDonnell and our industry partners to provide opportunity to local and Indigenous suppliers, contractors and workers. Thank you for your participation.
SaskEnergy has completed the major pipeline construction with Canadian Plains Energy Services. They built a 30-km transmission pipeline for the Great Plains Power Station.
We also require a 10-kilometre (km) 230-kilovolt power line for the project. Design, environmental and archaeological assessments, land easements and material procurement are complete. Power line structures were fabricated by JNE Welding in Saskatoon, SK. Line construction has begun. We’ll energize the line in early 2023.
Local and Indigenous Support
Check out a list of our local and Indigenous support.
Together, SaskPower and Burns & McDonnell strive to provide opportunity to local and Indigenous companies wherever possible. At times, specialized equipment cannot be made in Saskatchewan and have to be procured from out of province. This includes our gas and steam turbines.
Need more information? Please reach out to one of our procurement contacts.