Burns & McDonnell respects and would like to acknowledge that the prospective site designated for construction of the Great Plains Power Station is on treaty 4 lands – the original lands of the Cree, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota and homeland of the Métis Nation.

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If you are interested in being a supplier or working for Allan Construction or PCL, please use the links below to register directly with them.

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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.

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Josh Hauser
Construction Project Manager

Weldon Stubbs
Project Manager

Casey Harling
Site Construction Manager

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About Burns & McDonnell

Burns & McDonnell is a leading global engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting firm with a strong and lasting presence in Canada. Drawing on the talents of more than 7,600 professionals worldwide, we offer everything from project planning, development and design to environmental permitting and full construction services.

We have a long-standing commitment to engaging, hiring and mentoring local workers and members of First Nations communities, as well as supporting and investing in the communities where we live and work. Those commitments were foundational elements of our approach to SaskPower’s Chinook Power Station, a new 353-MW combined-cycle plant completed in late 2019.

We provided integrated engineer-procure-construct (EPC) services to manage delivering this vital new generation resource for Saskatchewan. Those efforts depended on the support of about 400 local and aboriginal workers, representing 44% of the on-site workforce. Together with our partners, we successfully completed the plant, which is now supporting SaskPower’s commitment to adding more renewable energy to its grid.