Community & Stakeholder Updates
City of Moose Jaw/Great Plains Power Station Project Updates/Supplier Registration
Burns & McDonnell is excited to be the selected EPC team with SaskPower for the Great Plains Power Station in Saskatchewan. We are committed to working with Indigenous and other local firms to build the new combined-cycle, power station facility for the city of Moose Jaw. Building on the successes of our work on Queen Elizabeth and the Chinook Power Stations, we are eager to engage with the local community and all relevant stakeholders to leave a positive impact on the region.
This website will feature a message board of upcoming events, milestones and the latest updates on the Great Plains Power Station project in the city of Moose Jaw. Suppliers, subcontractors and service providers can register below, indicating the scopes of work they are interested in partnering with us on and we will reach out upon receiving your information. Be sure to check back for continuous project updates.
Step 1: Download and complete the Subcontractor Questionnaire & Pre-Qualification Statement
Only subcontractors interested in construction contracts need to fill out the Subcontractor Questionnaire & Pre-Qualification Statement.
Step 2: Choose which services your organization can support
Please be sure to have your Subcontractor Questionnaire & Pre-Qualification Statement ready as you will be asked to upload when you submit this form for construction contracts.