Western Pacific Enterprises GP has a demonstrated record of delivering Design-Build and “EPC” (Engineer-Procure-Construct) projects across all the service groups we provide. We have the knowledge and prior experience to advise owners on ways to save money without sacrificing quality. In this delivery format, we provide the design of your electrical system or substation, procure all material, build the project to your approved design & specifications, and manage your project from start to finish.
WPE has also worked as part of a consortium on several large-scale “P3” or public-private partnership ventures. We have the knowledge and know-how to engage with project stakeholders in the developmental stages of a project to contribute our experience and knowledge to the design and work with all parties to develop a thorough work plan, resulting in a well-tuned project delivery.
Whatever your electrical project may be, our competent and expert managerial team can take your concept from the drawing table through to making it a reality. Please contact us to see how we may be able to help make your next project or concept materialize.
WPE is the design-build electrical contractor for a new 320,000 sq. ft. hospital P3 project currently being built in the Northwest Territories.See Project
The largest facility in Canada that collects organics and changes it into natural gas. This gas will be used to power waste collecting vehicles for the region, and the excess gas will be utilized residentially.See Project
WPE is the EPC contractor for the construction of the 60kV substation supplying the newly expanded Tilbury Island LNG Storage Facility.See Project
WPE is the design-build electrical contractor for a new 500,000 sq. ft. P3 state-of-the-art transit operations facility for the City of Saskatoon.See Project
WPE was the EPC contractor for a new substation for a run-of-the-river generation facility.See Project
Our electricians are installing all the electrical and control systems for the new McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant in Victoria, British Columbia, which will treat up to 108 megalitres of wastewater per day, providing capacity to accommodate future population growth.See Project
Western Pacific Enterprises takes on the design-assist role towards the redevelopment and expansion of the Vancouver Post Office heritage building converting it to a large, mixed-use development called The Post.See Project