Mainline and Lateral Pipeline Right-of-Ways | Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline

R. MacLean Forestry cleared the Mainline and Lateral pipeline right-of-ways for Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline under tough federal, provincial, and company regulations and specifications. Work was completed on time and with exceptional safety records while adhering to strict environmental protection requirements (National Energy Board regulations). These two projects combined for over 1150 Ha of land cleared.

Vegetation Management | NB Power

As a fist-time contractor for NB Power, R. MacLean Forestry completed a Vegetation Management contract that had sensitive environmental issues throughout, as well as the constraints of working in the residential neighborhoods that surrounded the job site. As a result of the successful completion of this contract, the company received NB Power's Outstanding Contractor award, recognizing top scores in the categories of Safety, the Environment, Schedule, and Contract Specifications.

Integrated and Mechanical Vegetation Management, Distribution and Transmission Line Clearing | NS Power

QR. MacLean Forestry maintained a contracting relationship with Nova Scotia Power for almost 30 years, completing a variety of projects that include Integrated Vegetation Management, Mechanical Vegetation Management, Distribution Line Clearing and Transmission Line Clearing. Over the years, R. MacLean has cut/cleared significant amounts of land for this longtime client, and has become the lead contractor for NS Power for Integrated and Mechanical Vegetation Management contracts.

Highway 103 Twinning | NS Department of Transporation & Public Works

R. MacLean Forestry cleared approximately 70 hectares of forested land for the Highway 103 Twinning between Exits # 4 and # 5. This work was completed under stringent regulations from both the Department of Environment and Department of Fisheries, and the company was complimented by its contracting officer Mike Rogers for its 'conscientiousness' when it comes to the environment and their effect on clearing woodlands.'