October 4, 2010
Work continues on Oakville, Ontario wastewater treatment plant
WILLIAM CONWAY/PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHY
Work continues on the third phase of upgrades to the Oakville South West Wastewater Treatment Plant in Oakville, Ont. General contractor Kenaidan Contracting Ltd. began the work in January 2010. It includes new treatment plants, a pumping station, screening building and administration building.
Completion is slated for August 2011.
Oakville Project Team
The architect and prime consultant on the Oakville South West Wastewater Treatment Plant phase 3 upgrades in Oakville, Ont. is Stantec Consulting Ltd.
Subcontractors include: Lions Group Inc. (demolition); Terrasan Environmental Solutions Inc. (excavation); EBS Engineering & Construction Ltd. (rock anchors); Deep Foundations Contractors Inc.; Salit Steel (rebar); Kenaidan Contracting Ltd./MJR Contractors Ltd. (formwork); Stubbe’s Precast Commercial Inc. (precast); Lafarge Canada Inc. (ready-mix concrete); Orient Construction Ltd. (drywall); Adlers Main Tile & Carpet Co. Ltd. (ceramic); Bernel Masonry Ltd.; KCL mechanical (process); Mattina Mechanical Ltd. (plumbing/drainage); Lancaster Sheet Metal Ltd. (HVAC); Selectra Inc.(electrical); Torsteel Co. Ltd. (misc. metals); Chouinard Bros. (roofing); Algoma Contractors Inc. (waterproofing); Welsh Glassworks Inc.; Global Door & Hardware Co. Ltd. and Empire Paving Ltd.
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