As Canada’s leading international high voltage electrical construction company, K‑Line International designs, engineers, constructs and commissions substations, transmission lines and related equipment in developing countries.
K-Line International’s skilled workforce and highly experienced, multi-lingual management work on high voltage projects all over the world, with increasing demand in the Caribbean Basin region, Africa, Asia, as well as South and Central America.
Backed by the financial strength of the Canadian Government (Export Development Canada), K-Line routinely assumes bonded EPC projects working with international utilities, consultants, power providers, and commercial industries, including joint ventures with local companies. At every opportunity, K-Line uses the local workforce for civil works and installation to enhance the host countries economy, K-Line’s global sourcing and procurement capabilities ensure the best price and that only approved, quality equipment is used, reflecting K-Line’s respected ISO 9001 status.
Engineering is completed in-house; including using PLS-CADD for transmission design, ensuring each project receives the full benefits of The K-Line Group of Companies’ expertise and allows for full control of the project. Best practices, gained from diverse high voltage EPC projects around the world, are transferred to each new project thus providing clients with the highest return on investment.
K-Line International’s high voltage projects are engineered to ANSI/IEC/CSA/BS standards.
- Substations: Design, procurement, civil works, installation and commissioning of indoor, outdoor or GIS substations up to 345kV.
- Transmission Lines: Turnkey services and repairs to existing lines, including live line work. Transmission line construction of tubular or wood pole and lattice steel as well as stringing of all types of conductor and fibre optic cable.
- Underground & Submarine Lines: Experience in the science of installing underground and submarine cables, adhering to environmental regulations and ensuring restoration of work areas.
- British Virgin Islands
- St. Lucia
- St. Vincent & The Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago