Lorne Park Water Treatment Plant Expansion &  Jack Darling Park Sewage Pumping Stations
Client:  Region of Peel
Prime Consultant:  AECOM 
Value:  $79.5 million
Concrete Formwork & Placement: Self-Performed Mechanical: Self-Performed

The Lorne Park Water Treatment Plant and Jack Darling Sewage Pumping Stations are located on the shores of Lake Ontario in Mississauga. This contract represents one phase of work to increase the plant's capacity from 347 ML/day to 500 ML/day. The project encompassed: installation of secant shoring wall around the perimeter to facilitate 12 m deep excavation; additional 9m deep excavation into rock; 3 new 14 m high surge tanks; 2 new water screens; transformers; SCADA system; and numerous pumps and process equipment. Also included was the installation of extensive yard piping, including sanitary force-mains, watermains, process drains, new barrier-free bridge and walkways at Turtle Creek, and yard piping modifications.

Kenaidan self-performed all mechanical installations at the Lorne Park WTP and the new Jack Darling Sewage Pumping Stations. Kenaidan also self-performed all concrete works consisting of 32,800 m² of formwork, and 19,200 m³ of concrete.

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