Hansen Electric

  • Jean Canfield Government of Canada Building

    Jean Canfield Building The Jean Canfield building is one of the most environmentally friendly buildings ever constructed by Public Works and Government Services Canada. This four story building has a gross floor area of 17,500 square meters and has a capacity for 500 employees. It incorporates new environmental design features and technologies, but still reflects the character and historic architecture in downtown Charlottetown.

    A few highlights of the building include:

    • The building is registered with the Canadian Green Building Council LEED Gold as the target.
    • Daylight harvesting allows for more use of natural light, and occupancy sensors activate lighting only when it is needed.
    • The building is equipped with a Photovoltaic Array, which will generate 130,000 watts of electrical power from solar energy. This has the equivalent energy reduction of 80 cars per year.
    Hansen Electric was awarded the electrical installation for the project which was included but not limited to: lutron eco lighting system (first of it's kind in North America), complete under floor power and communications system, fire alarm and security systems.

    Project Completion: April 2008
    Contract Value: $5.2 Million
  • National Research Council Institute for Nutrisciences and Health (NRH-INH) Building

    National Research Council Institute for Nutrisciences and Health (NRH-INH) Building Located on the UPEI Campus, the NRC Institute for Nutrisciences and Health (NRH-INH) operates in a state-of-the-art facility that creates a dynamic research and commercialization hub for the province's emerging bioresources sector. Here, NRC scientists see how compounds found in nature can be used to tackle critical health problems such as infection and immunity related issues, neurological problems such as Alzheimer's and multiple sclerosis, and complications related to obesity. The building is 5,127 square meters and features open concept labs and offices where 100 plus scientists, technical staff and students share space, resources and ideas.

    Hansen Electric provided the electrical installation.

    Project Completion: February 2007
    Value: $1.3 million
  • Cavendish Farms Bio Gas Plant

    Cavendish Farms Bio Gas Plant This facility is an example of Cavendish Farms' corporate approach to researching, investing, and implementing innovative new ways that can create sustainable and environmentally friendly processing methodologies. This is the first facility in the potato industry to take solid potato waste and convert it into usable energy. The Cavendish Farms Bio Gas facility not only treats waste water, it also takes solid waste material from potato processing and, through anaerobic digestion (a process similar to composting), converts it into energy for the processing plants.

    Hansen Electric, the primary electrical contractor provided the electrical and instrumentation.

    Project Completion: December 2008
    Value: $1.7 million
  • Summerside Water Pollution Control Centre

    Summerside Water Pollution Control Centre The City of Summerside upgraded from a primary sewage treatment system to a secondary sewage treatment facility that includes nutrient removal and the ability to increase its capacity by 60%. This upgrade allows the reduction of organics and nutrients discharged into the Summerside Harbour.

    Hansen Electric, the primary electrical contractor provided the electrical and instrumentation.

    Project Completion: Fall 2008
    Value: $2.4 million
  • Agrawest Foods Ltd. Potato Dehydration Plant

    Agrawest Foods Ltd. Potato Dehydration Plant The $30 million, 70,000 square foot plant operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 10 months of the year. Dry potato granules are used by food manufacturers in a variety of products, and during each operating hour the plant is fully automated and electrically intensive, consuming 1.5 million kWh of electricity each month. The production equipment was designed and built in Europe, but $1.4 million of additional electrical design and construction work was needed to integrate it into the PEI electrical grid.

    Hansen Electric was contracted to complete the plant's PEI based electrical design and construction under a design build contract.

    Project Completion: 1998
    Value: $1.5 million
  • Summerside Raceway & Racino

    Summerside Raceway & Racino In 1888 the Town of Summerside had the first horse races at the Summerside Raceway. In 2008-2009 Atlantic Lottery Commission and the City of Summerside invested 10 million dollars on the upgrade to the existing track and building. Hansen Electric Ltd. was awarded the project which included new lighting, service entrance and security for the Racino.

    Hansen Electric was contracted to complete the plant's PEI based electrical design and construction under a design build contract.

    Project Completion: 2009
    Value: $900,000
  • Holmans Department Store

    Holmans Department Store Holmans Department Store first opened it doors in 1867. In 2007, after being only partially rented for many years, the Summerside Regional Development Corporation decided to renovate.

    Hansen Electric Ltd. was the successful electrical contractor awarded with several projects related to the upgrading of the building.

    Project Completion: 2009
    Value: $1.1 million
  • River Ridge Heights Apartment Suites

    River Ridge Heights Apartment Suites This high-end apartment complex targets an active, high income senior clientele who wish to downsize from a private residence.

    Hansen Electric Ltd. provided the complete electrical installation, security system, entertainment and living electrical amenities found in high end properties.

    Project Completion: 2009
    Value: $ .4 million
  • Holland College Center For Applied Science & Technology

    Holland College Center For Applied Science & Technology The Holland College Center For Applied Science & Technology opened in March of 2011. This 4 story, with 53,000 sq feet has the newest environmental design features and technologies.

    Highlights include:

    • Wattstopper low voltage lighting system with occupancy sensors in every classroom tied in with building management system.
    • Lutron programmable lighting system.
    • 2.82 kW photovoltaic array.
    Hansen Electric was awarded this project spring 2010

    Project completion March 2011
    Value: 1.4 million
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital Ambulatory Care Center

    Queen Elizabeth Hospital Ambulatory Care Center The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Ambulatory Care Center started construction Summer of 2010. The 60,000 sq foot addition will house new Diagnostic, Vascular lab, procedure endoscopy, administration, and communication center.

    Hansen Electric was awarded the project

    Project completion winter 2012
    Value: 3.2 million