Welcome to PowerTel

Our Service is High Voltage. Our Power Is Our People.

We understand that people power is the driving force for PowerTel’s reputation as the leader in high voltage electrical contracting. Our team works hard to ensure that every project is completed to meet the highest possible standards. We take pride in our reputation, and we continue to prove it by means of sound management and execution on every project.

PowerTel emphasizes training as an integral component to employee empowerment. Our focus on safety, quality, and risk management is the key to our success. PowerTel‘s goal is zero lost time accidents. We provide quality service in a “Safety First” atmosphere that our workforce enthusiastically adheres to.

Good Safety is Good Business

Our goal is zero lost time accidents. Our committment is to zero occurences.

Our Projects

  • All Projects
  • Atlantic Projects
  • Distribution Lines
  • Equipment
  • Projects
  • Substations & Electrical
  • Transmission Lines

Bell Alliant Fibre Project

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Bluewater Wind Farm

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Clarabelle Mill Substation

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Cochrane Solar Substations

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DeBeers Victor Mine Substation

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Detour Lake Gold Mine

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Dufferin Wind Farm

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Gartshore GS Substation

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Goshen Wind Farm

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Greater Sudbury Utilities King Street Rebuild

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To our valued customers:

The outbreak of the COVID-19 virus and the changes to public safety guidelines being issued by governmental health organizations are both rapidly evolving.

The Cormorant Utility Services Group of Companies is working hard to ensure the health, safety and environment of our employees, our customers and the general public, while still working diligently on the services and products we deliver.

Actions being taken to date include:

  • The formation of the Cormorant COVID-19 response team, both at the corporate and regional level and monitoring of the health, safety and environment of our organization
  • Regular communication and updates to our Cormorant employees
  • Increased hand and respiratory etiquette hygiene practices
  • Ensuring employees who have encountered anyone with COVID-19 stay at home for 14 days
  • Isolating employees who return from personal travel
  • Suspension of business travel
  • Expanding the group of employees who can work from home or remotely
  • Respecting any additional requirements our clients may request

The COVID-19 guidelines allow for construction to continue, provided no more than 50 workers are working in any one space at a time.

Site managers are taking the following steps:

  • reduce face-to-face meetings and hold site meetings in open spaces or outside;
  • increase the number of hand-washing stations and post signage identifying where they are located;
  • Maintain a list of workers on site and update it daily;
  • Clean all common areas at the end of each day, including washrooms, offices, common tables, desks, light switches and door handles; and
  • Send anyone with COVID-19 symptoms home and require them to maintain 14 days of isolation.

We are communicating with our suppliers and sub-contractors and have asked them to apply similar guidance to their employees visiting our offices or work sites.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with our Director of Health, Safety and Environment, Doug Matthew, who is also the head of the COVID-19 response team, DMatthew@CormorantUtility.com