October 12, 2010
Bondfield Construction continues work on Dufferin Reservoir in Vaughan, Ontario
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Construction continues at the Dufferin Reservoir phase two expansion in Vaughan, Ont. Bondfield Construction Co. Ltd. is general contractor for the project, which includes a fully buried reservoir, removal of existing temporary holding sewage tank and installation of new septic system.
The project also includes re-grading of existing reservoir slopes; repair and modification works for existing reservoir, and an above ground valve house.
Prime consultant is GENIVAR. Subcontractors include; BBM Excavating; Gilbert Steel Ltd.; Forma-con; Dufferin Concrete; W.A. Stephenson (mechanical); and Black & McDonald Ltd. (electrical).
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