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Moore Creek Stormwater Control Facility

Client:  Greater Toronto Airports Authority
Prime Consultant:  Hatch Mott MacDonald
Value:  $29 million
Concrete Formwork & Placement: 
Self-Performed

AWARDED A 2001 CONCRETE AWARD BY THE ONTARIO CHAPTER OF THE AMERICA CONCRETE INSTITUTE

This is a holding tank for storm water runoff originating from Pearson Airport aprons and runways.  The tank's capacity is 42,000 m³ and measures 68 m by 220 m by 11.5 m deep. The tank's base slab is 1.2m thick, with the roof slab being 825 mm thick, and along with various inlet/outlet structures and diversion chambers, required 47,000 m³ of poured-in-place concrete, and placement of 7,000 metric tonnes of rebar. 

 

Moore Creek Stormwater Control Facility
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