Categories
Our Experience

4kV Motor Replacement

Project Value:
$580,000

Project Complete:
2025

Scope:

  • Disconnect existing 4kV motor.
  • Support hoisting/rigging.
  • Perform tie-ins.

Safety:
This project requires critical hoisting and rigging of the motors. Our crews are working in collaboration with other trade groups to ensure all lifts are performed safely and effectively.







Categories
Our Experience

Vibration Monitoring System Replacement

Project Value:
$6,000,000

Project Complete:
2025

Scope:

  • Instrumentation replacement
  • Vibration monitoring equipment

Safety:
We are responsible for safe and accurate commissioning of the equipment for a reliable turnover to the client upon completion of the project.







Categories
Our Experience

LED Lighting Phase 2

Project Value:
$9,420,000

Project Complete:
2026

Scope:
Replacing 11,900 station light fixtures with energy efficient modern LED lamps.







Categories
Our Experience

LED Lighting Phase 1

Project Value:
$3,300,000

Project Complete:
2019

Scope:
Replaced over 5000 station light fixtures with energy efficient modern LED lamps. Work involved seamless coordination with station team to ensure completion with minimal operational disruptions.

Safety:
Installed all lights event free. Implemented additional verification practices to ensure we were always working on the correct circuits.







Categories
Our Experience

D2141 Outage Support

Project Value:
$2,063,000

Project Complete:
2021

Scope:

  • Pump replacements
  • MCC inspections/maintenance
  • Instrumentation replacement

Safety:
Heightened awareness and execution working in foreign material-controlled areas. Additional qualification requirements needed to execute work event free.







Categories
Our Experience

Isolated Phase Bus Refurbishment U1/2/3/4

Project Value:
$1,000,000

Project Complete:
2025

Scope:
Replace a number of components such as voltage transformers, fuses, surge arrestors, temperature switches & indicators, blower fans & motors, access port covers, control panels.

Safety:
Project required the use of a 125 ft boom lift. Ensure all personnel had all site and equipment specific training.







Categories
Our Experience

D2421 Outage Support

Project Value:
$900,000

Project Complete:
2024

Scope:

  • Instrumentation replacement
  • Vibration monitoring equipment
  • Motor replacement
  • Radioactive containment work

Safety:
Performed work event free with increased overtime supporting day and night shifts 7 days a week.







Categories
News

Growing Together

On January 4th, 2024, we onboarded the first of three groups for the D2421 outage at Darlington Nuclear Generating Station.

In collaboration with OPG’s Indigenous Opportunities Network (ION) and the Canadian Union of Skilled Workers (CUSW), we added new valuable members to the growing IGS team.

A cornerstone of IGS’s Indigenous Engagement strategy involves collaborating with local Indigenous communities to create job opportunities, a commitment solidified through a signed letter with CUSW.

We are thankful for OPG’s ION as they continue to support us by assisting and developing skilled candidates.

Looking ahead, IGS looks forward to continued growth and investment in Indigenous recruitment and community involvement.

Cameron Lutenburg

A proud Métis community member, Cameron completed the 2-year Electrical Engineering Technician program at Durham College in 2023. Enrolled in ION, he aspires to succeed as an electrical apprentice with IGS, eager to connect with the team and expand his knowledge in the electrical and nuclear industry.

“Good things happen to hard workers, so continue to work, and if you’re not where you want to be now, it will come.” – Cameron

Sami-Jo Root-Thomson

An Ojibwa from Saugeen First Nation, Sami-Jo completed a pre-apprenticeship program for carpentry, renovation,and electrical techniques. Sami-Jo is excited to inspire other Indigenous women and looks forward to gaining skills to become the best electrician she can be.

“My message to other Indigenous candidates would be to take advantage of the programs available and never give up! Everyone is very supportive, and it’s never too late to start.” – Sami-Jo

Jenna Driscoll

Thanks to ION, Jenna transitioned to a growth-oriented role as the Senior Administrator for IGS at OPG’s Darlington Nuclear Generating Station. Born of Inuit heritage, she encourages other Indigenous workers looking for similar opportunities in the energy industry.

“To be employed by a workplace that allows you to feel safe about who you are and encourages you to be proud of is truly refreshing.” – Jenna