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Meet Gabe Iturriaga
What’s a day in the life of a Cahill employee like? Say hello to Gabe Iturriaga. Originally from Mexico, Gabe now lives in Nova Scotia with his family where he works remotely for our Western Canada operations. As our newest Vice President, Gabe brings a wealth of expertise and major project experience to his managerial role. He also plays a significant role in the successful collaboration with other teams and divisions across the country. Establishing trust and building relationships with remote teams is the key to success. Gabe has the utmost confidence in our teams executing projects in the West.
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Cahill Achieves PAR Bronze Certification
We recognize the mutually beneficial impact of business development with Indigenous-owned businesses, the value that Indigenous people bring to the workplace, and the potential of Indigenous communities. In 2018, Cahill committed to working toward certification in the CCAB Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) program. We’re proud to say we’ve achieved the PAR Bronze Level. As we continue this certification process, we are committed to working closely with our community partners to do our part in the economic and cultural reconciliation with Indigenous peoples across Canada.
The Cahill Group, through a joint venture partnership (Cahill-Ganotec) played a major role in the construction of the Muskrat Falls Hydroelectric Generating Facility through its execution of the Supply & Install Mechanical and Electrical Auxiliaries (Balance of Plant) contract with Nalcor Energy.
This project is part of the energy corridor program to provide power via the Labrador Island Transmission Link (Nalcor Energy) and the Maritime Transmission Link (Emera). It consists of a generating station with a capacity of 824 MW (4 units of 206 MW), spillway, dams, over 1,600 km of transmission lines, switchyards, substation, synchronous condenser, grounding stations, subsea cables and 4 HVdc converter sites to provide power through the entire Atlantic East-Coast.
The specific scope of work is to supply, install and commission mechanical, piping, electrical, instrumentation and HVAC system and to complete all the architectural interior works for the Muskrat Falls powerhouse. This contract also includes the assembly and the installation of major electrical equipment supplied by the Client such as GSU, GCB and IPB.
Muskrat Falls, NL
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The newest addition to our fleet
In mid-October we were happy to add this all-electric Ford F-150 Lighting to our fleet.
You may spot it in the St. John’s area – our electric vehicles are identified with a green decal.
Reducing our greenhouse gas emissions is just part of our commitment to ESG. Cahill strives to operate in a sustainable manner and reduce harm to the environment. This electric vehicle is just one step on our collective journey to net zero.