The Keeyask Dam LED Jobsite
The Keeyask Dam, currently under construction, is an LED Jobsite, where much of the temporary construction lights are state-of-the-art purpose built LED lights. Compared to traditional bulb-based lighting, this joint-venture project has already:
The Keeyask Generating Station will be a source of renewable energy providing approximately 695 megawatts of capacity and producing an average of 4,400 gigawatt hours of electricity each year.
In a continuing effort by forward-thinking construction firms to incorporate sustainable practices into all aspects of building, the Keeyask Dam has adopted the LED Jobsite during the construction phase. The LED Jobsite replaces all traditional bulb-based temporary construction lighting with state-of-the-art purpose built LED lights. From the crane lights to the sidewalk hoarding lighting, the LED Jobsite will save energy, reduce CO2 emissions, and reduce waste.