Raw Water Treatment System

Job Title: Raw Water Treatment System- Pond Liners and Concrete

Client: North West Redwater Partnership

Approximate Value: $32,000,000.00

Location of Work: Redwater, Alberta

Year Completed: 2016

Scope of Work: Work encompassed two contracts pertaining to both primarily civil and concrete scopes of work.

As a primarily civil contract, work on the NWR Unit 70 ponds included installation of manholes and HDPE piping for a subdrain system, final grading of pond areas, and placing of custom crushed drainage gravel, followed by the installation of geosynthetics and liners. A total of 5 ponds were completed with an overall surface area of approximately 33 acres. Construction of a concrete foundation for a pumphouse included large raft slabs and tall walls to provide 2 wells to service the pumps which supply the refinery with its process water needs.

Work across the Unit 80 and 90 pipe racks included the construction of over 1200 concrete structures throughout the refinery site. Structures varied from simple round caps, to lager vessel foundations, flare anchor blocks, and slab on grades of varying sizes. With a peak concrete crew of over 50 people, work supported the tight installation schedule of pipe rack super modules.