For a major upgrade of the Ceres Container Terminal, EastPoint designed a new building to house all mechanical and electrical controls; new underground duct banks for power distribution; a new electrical main power supply; secondary and satellite power substations; upgraded communications and building instrumentation and control systems; re-routing of sewer, potable, fire and storm water systems to permit the installation of new underground duct banks; and substation building systems including heating, ventilation, and air conditioning and the attendant controls.
We completed a desktop model analysis of the Souris Breakwater to determine if the structure was adequately protecting Souris Harbour. EastPoint designed the extension and upgrades that followed, and supervised construction for the harbour authority for the best possible effectiveness and value.
Summerside’s Queen’s Wharf supports the marine and fishing industry of the Northumberland Strait off western Prince Edward Island. EastPoint designed, developed, and evaluated various options to rehabilitate the structure, and made an ultimate recommendation and supervised construction for the port authority.
The Sydney International Coal Pier receives and stores coal and petroleum coke off-loaded by self-unloading vessels. EastPoint assessed the facility’s structural, mechanical, and electrical components, and reviewed its operating equipment as well as the Sydney Coal Railway line on behalf of Nova Scotia Power (who own the International Coal Pier) and contract Logistec (the operator).