The West LRT (light rail transit) line connects 25,000 daily commuters from Calgary’s central west communities to downtown and beyond. ENMAX Power Services Corporation contributed to the design and construction of key components of the new LRT line.
Before you begin construction, there are some things you need to have in place, and ENMAX Power Corporation can help with that too. If you’re planning a project downtown, or elsewhere in Calgary, there are areas of the planning and design team you need to contact.
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ENMAX Power Corporation offers a wide variety of services for customers, no matter how big or small their needs.
ENMAX Power Services Corporation provides street lighting systems that are economical, effective and visually appealing. Ideal for commercial property, residential developments, business zones, parks, pathways and other projects.
ENMAX Power Services Corporation provides underground trenching services and joint trenching services on behalf of ENMAX Power Corporation for residential development, as well as providing commercial and industrial design services.
You will receive single-point engineering, procurement and construction management services for commercial, residential and industrial projects. We are dedicated to delivering flexible and innovative solutions of industry leading quality that are efficient and cost-effective.
ENMAX Power Services Corporation, through it predecessors, was there when the first Light Rail Transit train rolled through Calgary back in 1980. The West LRT project is just the latest chapter for ENMAX and Calgary's LRT system. In 2012,
ENMAX Power Services Corporation was awarded the contract to manage the ongoing maintenance of the LRT's electrical system.
Opening ahead of schedule in early December 2012, the 8.2 km West LRT line now connects approximately 25,000 daily commuters from Calgary's central west communities to downtown and beyond.
ENMAX Power Services Corporation contributed to the design and construction of key components of the new LRT including: nine traction power substations, overhead lines, the closed circuit camera system, railway signals, gate arms and all warning systems.
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