A Few of Our Completed Projects
St Georges School Reno
Renovation and Upgrade work at the Junior School Campus, St. George’s School in Vancouver BC.
JUBC Hospital Nurse Call
The replacement of the Nurse Call System at the UBC Koerner Pavilion had a stringent & rigorous schedule to meet. The shutdown of the OR rooms was during the Christmas holidays at this time the old nurse call system had to be removed and replaced with the new Rauland Responder 5 System. The strategic coordination of two crews working 24 hours a day in conjunction with the nurse call sub trade was critical to the success of this project. Having the OR operational by Jan 1, 2016 was crucial for the hospital and this was achieved.
The newly designed Indian Bistro was taken on by a dedicated project manager that dealt with a unique overseas lighting package and a detailed seismic engineering masterpiece. With attention to detail and working closely with the design team this project was completed seamlessly right down to every little lighting detail. We at Mott can cook up any project.
DP World Server Room
DP World Vancouver required a major upgrade to the server room inside their CSSF building in order for it to take over from their main server room which will be demolished as part of a multimillion-dollar expansion project. In order to facilitate this, a brand new server room needed to be built. Mott Electric GP was the successful proponent, and proceeded as the General Contractor for this critical project. The scope included demo to an existing storage space within the building and installation of structural supports beneath the Q-deck to support a new RTU on the roof above the server room, specifically to cool this room. Also to support a chiller unit on the roof above the server room that would work as part of the system of rear cooler doors on the server racks. A fully secure airtight server room, along with an IT room and file storage room was framed in with security mesh. Integration of existing security and fire alarm systems, a raised floor, custom structural supports for the cabinets and UPS system within the server room, typical server room style grounding and blending of the entrance to the is room with the existing building was all part of the project. Multiple trades were coordinated to a very tight schedule in order to meet the short timeline required by the customer and Mott Electric was able to do this without any increase in cost to the customer. This was done inside an office area, on a site that runs 24/7 with very minimal impact on the day to day functioning of this office.
Deltaport STS Crane Install
GTC Deltaport is a port facility located on the mainland coastline of the Strait of Georgia in Delta. Mott Electric has complete many projects at Deltaport over the years. Most recently we worked on the infrastructure for two new RMG cranes from China. Phase 1 of the STS Crane Install Project was the supply of two new feeder cables, as well as fibre cable to supply power and control for the two new cranes. Phase 2 of the project was to connect the two new feeders and fibre cables and to commission the cranes. The logistics of this project were difficult due to the location of the cable runs. GCT Deltaport is the busiest port in Canada. It handles the larges transpacific container vessels, so coordination with the Port’s shipping/production schedule was critical for the successful completion of the cable pulls.
UBC Quantum Matter Institute
The Quantum Matter Institute (QMI) is a 4820 square meter building addition to the Brimacombe Building for research laboratories and offices. UBC QMI was a very challenging project from an electrical perspective. With an extensive distribution system (90 electrical panelboards), very limited space due to the mechanical and HVAC systems, the all surface conduit requirement was very complicated. Our exceptionally talented and creative crew managed to overcome all obstacles with dedicated planning, to achieve a very successful installation.
Sauder School of Business
Complete renovation of existing Sauder School of Business, located in Vancouver on UBC’s Point Grey campus. This modernization of the school created a high tech, bright new environment, including many common areas, lecture halls and program specific student lounges, all with the spirit of collaboration and creativity in mind.
Queens Park Care Centre
Sequenced electrical infrastructure upgrade including civil and communication work in an operational healthcare facility. 12.5KV, 600V and 120/208V Sequencing was key to the successful upgrade of the distribution system – ensuring minimal disruption to all vital loads.
Port Mann Water Tunnel
Port Mann water main infrastructure, 80-meter deep shaft on either side of the Fraser River. Assemble and launch a 6Bar EPB Tunnel Boring Machine. The tunnel is located under the Fraser River. Water main pipe installs and mobilize underground welding units for one kilometer of pipe weld. Water chamber Construction and SCADA system interface with Metro Vancouver.
Peace Arch Hospital
Supply installation & commissioning of the new vital and delayed vital distribution system including a new generator building with 2 – 1000 kilowatt generators, closed transition controls and switchgear as well as upgrades and expansion of existing non-essential distribution system. Reconfiguration of existing hospital loads to allow essential power switching and load shedding capability. Related lighting, power fire alarm, security and tel-data systems.
Douglas College Renovation
Complete renovation including demolition down to concrete of lecture theatre, classrooms, washrooms, stairs, and parkade. New interactive classrooms, offices, washrooms and a metalworking shop took shape in the old spaces. With the help of our sub-trade, Mott Electric managed the very large Audio Video installation for the project.
The Capilano Generator Installation project was one of the final pieces of the Metro Vancouver twin tunnel project which pumps raw water from Capilano reservoir up to the Seymour Filtration plant and then sends treated water back down to Capilano for distribution. A great deal of head pressure develops on the way back down to Capilano and the turbine generator is harnessing this as energy to supply some of the power requirements for the pump station. Mott Electric acting as the prime contractor oversaw the modification of the Energy Recovery Facility and the installation of the turbine generator, penstock and associated switchgear and instrumentation.
Located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, Telus Gardens is a 48 story residential-commercial development with 404 residential units, roughly 40,000 square feet of commercial space and 8 stories of parking. The development adds to the vibrant downtown community.
Richardson International Grain Elevator
Located in North Vancouver, BC, Richardson International is one of the most successful grain handling facilities in the world. The North Vancouver facility exports on average 3
million metric tonnes of grain each year and is a major exporter of canola and cereal grains to countries along the Pacific Rim. Starting in 2012 to present we have worked on
both large and small projects at Richardson International. As well we have been contacted to assist with repairs for failed mechanical and electrical equipment and emergency call
outs to assist with getting their systems up and running to allow production to resume. Projects we have worked on at Richardson include:
▪ Warehouse and Locomotive Shed New Building
▪ Fiber Optic Backbone Throughout Site
▪ Replacement of 12.5kv Switchgear
▪ Replacement of 2300v Switchgear
▪ Replacement of 5 - 2.5MVA and Larger Transformers
▪ Replace All Electrical Equipment and Cables in Pellet Plant After Mechanical Fire
▪ Site Grounding Installation for Phase 3 New Annex
▪ Upgrade to CMC Hazard Monitoring Systems Site Wide
▪ Relocation of Existing Electrical Rooms to Allow for New Expansion
▪ Electrical Repairs to Ship Loaders
▪ Fire Alarm Installation for New Annex
▪ Camera Installation for New Annex
▪ Railyard and Overhead Light Replacement to LED
▪ Railcar Indexer Installation
▪ Receiving System Upgrade, Installation of New Bucket Elevators as Well Product Conveyor Systems
▪ Replacement of Existing Control Systems, Electrical Cabling for Motors and Other Devices Over to New PLC and MCC Panels’ Site Wide
▪ Installation of Level Sensors In Storage Bins throughout Site
▪ Installation of VFD And Soft Starts for Main Equipment
▪ Replacement of HV Cables Site Wide
▪ Installation of New Cable Tray Systems Site Wide
▪ Work with site engineers to audit existing electrical and create drawings
▪ Replacement of Existing 600v PDCS
Operating since 1970 and located in North Vancouver, BC, Neptune Terminals handles potash and steelmaking coal for markets around the world and imported phosphate rock for the production of fertilizer. Starting in 2010 Mott Electric GP has worked on large and small projects at Neptune Terminals. As well we have been contacted to assist with the repair of failed mechanical and electrical equipment as well emergency call outs to assist with getting their assets up and running to allow production to resume. Projects we have worked on at Neptune include:
▪ Coal Stacker/Reclaimer Retrofit Jan/Feb 2010
▪ Potash Expansion Electrical April 2010/February 2012
▪ Coal Train Indexer
▪ Naming Convention Audit and Installation
▪ Audit of Electrical Equipment and Devices
▪ Stacker Reclaimer Repair and Upgrade
▪ Potash Portal Reclaimer Repair and Upgrade
▪ New High Voltage Feeders to Potash Electrical Rooms
▪ New Electrical Rooms for Potash System
▪ Transfer Existing Equipment to New Electrical Rooms
▪ Delete Electrical Rooms and Old Equipment.
▪ Potash Tripper Upgrade
▪ Audit of Control Boxes in Potash Area
▪ New Power Feeders and Control Wiring to Potash Conveyors
▪ Installation of VFDs and Filters for Potash Conveyor Motors
▪ Coal system Electrical Room Install and Transfer Electrical to New Room
▪ Transfer HV Feeders from Old Substation
▪ Coal System Upgrade to Ship Loaders
▪ Coal System upgrade to Coal Dumper
▪ Coal System Upgrade to Main Electrical Rooms
▪ Potash System Upgrade to Berth 2 Ship Loaders
▪ Potash System Water System Upgrade
▪ Heat Trace throughout Site
▪ Repair Cables of Trailing Cables on Coal Stacker Reclaimer
▪ Wiring of New Potash Overpass
▪ Installation of New Cable Reel System on Coal Stacker
▪ Installation of Position Sensor System on Coal Stackers
▪ Installation of New Cable Track System and Electrical Upgrade on Berth 3 Ship Loaders
▪ Replacement of Berth 3 Ship Loader Trailing Cable
▪ Replacement of Portal Reclaimer Trailing Cable
Located at the height of the Lower Mainland is the final offering in the Metrotower Office Complex. Metrotower III is at the geographic centre of Metro Vancouver. Built for tomorrow, this LEED platinum “AAA” Class building offers tenants a professional image whilst making a positive contribution to the environment and its community. Easy to access and attached directly to Metropolis at Metrotown, Metrotower III will enable tenants to respond to their employee and client’s unique needs.
Located in Vancouver, BC, Viterra is a leading marketer and handler of grains, oilseeds and pulses. Viterra Pacific’s ship loader project was part of a $100 million transformational upgrade to the Pacific Terminal at the Port of Vancouver. Through these upgrades, Pacific will be one of the most efficient port terminals in Canada, with a rated capacity of a million tonnes
annually. Viterra’s Cascadia facility handles wheat, durum, canola, barley and rye with storage capacity of 280 thousand tonnes.
Project we have worked on at these two facilities include:
▪ Pacific Wireless Tripper Panels and Instrumentation
▪ Cascadia Trackshed MCC41 Room
▪ Pacific Scale Floor Upgrade
▪ PAC1&2 Basement Belt Upgrade
▪ PAC1&2 Distribution Floor Upgrade
▪ Cascadia Baghouse Upgrade PH1
▪ Cascadia MCC 29/30A/30B for Baghouse Replacement
▪ PAC 4SH5SH Electrical Installation MCC8A-8B
▪ PAC 1 Jetty Lighting
▪ Cascadia PLC Panel, Equipment Supply and Assembly
▪ Pacific Cleaner Floor Upgrade
▪ PAC2 Substation Upgrade
▪ PAC1 Substation Upgrade
▪ Pacific Sampler Project
▪ PAC2 Seismic Upgrade Support and Demo
▪ Pacific Fire Alarm Upgrade
▪ Pacific Ship Loader GPS System
Mott Electric is the electrical contractor for one of the most watched and studied urban development projects in the world, Vancouver House. It is the fourth tallest building in Vancouver which includes a ten-story podium that widens into the 515-foot residential tower. There are two six-story triangular-shaped buildings, 95 rental units and 80,000 sq. ft. of retail space.
An iconic, welcoming gateway to the city, Vancouver House is situated on the corner of Howe Street and Beach Avenue at the entrance of downtown Vancouver. The 53 story, 650,000 sq. ft., mixed-use development consists of a blend of retail, office, residential, rental and childcare facility space with a large communal use area for the public to enjoy. The 488 unit twisting tower starts off within a limited triangular footprint; as it ascends, it gently cantilevers. The design allows for the tower to reclaim efficiency as it twists from the triangular shape into the optimum rectangular shape, increasing its floor space for living at it's top. This unique design created challenges for the Electrical Installation and Mott Electric was integral in finding solutions to these challenges. Vancouver House’s 10 story podium will be a mixed-use complex and will consist of retail and market rental units. Adjacent to the residential tower and podium, there are two six-story retail and office buildings, injecting the unused spaces between the Granville Street Bridge ramps with 80,000 SF of new retail space with 600 parking spaces and 723 bike stalls. The project aims to revive the area under the bridge with a public use component and plans for an outdoor gallery installation.
Ruskin Dam is located in Mission, BC and was completed in the 1930’s. This Hydro dam generates power for the energy grid at 60Kv. The dam is currently undergoing a major upgrade and we are on site performing work for both contracts A&B with a 100% non-lost time record to date. The work includes removal and replacement of 3 GSU transformers, generating switchgear, generators, new 600VAC/125VDC/24VDC distribution systems, fire alarm system, lighting, grounding, temporary power systems, and all associated P&C work on site all in an active generating station environment.
The hub of South Vancouver’s urban town centre at Cambie Street and SW Marine Drive. With direct access to the Canada Line this living and working centre is comprised of a shopping mall, theatre, restaurants, services, 2 residential towers (38 and 30 stories) and a 14 story office building. With 7 provisional occupancies required to bring the whole project on line, Mott Electric was key to meeting the exacting goals of the developer PCI and the general contractor Ledcor.
One of the largest energy infrastructure companies in North America. Kinder Morgan operates a number of pipeline systems and terminal facilities. Trans Mountain currently transports approximately 300,000 barrels per day of crude oil and refined petroleum products from the oil sands in Albert to Vancouver, BC and Washington State. For over 3 decades Mott Electric GP has worked on large and small projects at Kinder Morgan including the maintenance service contract for Sumas Pump Station and Terminal, Burnaby Terminal and Westridge Terminal. Projects we have worked on at Kinder Morgan include:
▪ Port Kells, Wahleach and Hope 69kV Substation
▪ Stump Lake, Blackpool, Finn Creek and Chappell Creek 138kV Substation
▪ Burnaby Dock Expansion Electrical Upgrade
▪ Hope Tank Upgrades
▪ Burnaby Omni Flow Computer Upgrades
▪ Mainline Valve Automation K984, K289, K995
▪ Sumas Tank Farm Fire Eyes
▪ Sumas District Technical Maintenance
▪ Westridge Dock
▪ Westridge Control Room
▪ Burnaby Technical Maintenance
▪ Hope Station
▪ Port Kells Pump Station
▪ Sumas Fire Eyes
▪ Burnaby Tank 72, 73, 81, 84, 88 Containment
▪ Burnaby Fire Protection
▪ Port Kells Lighting
▪ Port Kells Access Control
▪ Burnaby Flow Meter
▪ Westridge CCO Upgrade
▪ Carolyn Mines
▪ Hope Explosion Proof Lighting
▪ Sumas A Header
▪ Hope Tank Heat Tracing
Covanta Generator Replacement
Replacement of a very old generator, including new disconnects, all cabling and tray modifications, transfer switch, fuel system and structural modifications to enclose the electrical room and install a load bank on top of a small existing building.
Capilano Pump Station
This project was part of the preparation for the new turbine generator installation. It involved adding a new section of 15KV Arc-resistant switchgear to an existing line-up, cabling over 1000-meters to the Energy Recovery Centre, many control and monitoring modifications, including modifications to the controls at the 69KV sub and supplying and install busing type CT’s on a 69KV breaker and new lighting arrestors. Extensive testing and configuration were key to the completion of this project.
Brentwood Town Centre Redevelopment
Mott Electric is the main electrical contractor for the Amazing Brentwood project, the massive retail and residential development that will open in 2019. This twenty-eight-acre site at the corner of Willingdon and Lougheed Highway in Burnaby is the future home to an expanded mall and up to twelve residential and office towers.
The shopping mall is being expanded on the southwest corner of the site, next to the Skytrain Brentwood Town Centre Station and will increase the malls' retail area from 500,000 sq. ft. to over 1.1 million sq. ft. The residential towers will include both rental and market units totaling close to 10,500 homes. There will be 1.1 million square feet of office space and generous public spaces for events and gatherings.
There will be over 250 stores and restaurants as well as a number of tenant anchors like Cineplex VIP Theatres and Rec Room – The new Playdium. Currently, Mott is working with developer Shape Properties on the parkade, mall and the first three residential towers.