|Contracted To / Performed By
||Harbour Resource Partners
The Wastewater Treatment Project includes a 108 megalitre/day tertiary wastewater treatment plant at McLoughlin Point in Esquimalt to be operated by the CRD. The treatment plant is designed to minimize visual impacts from the water and includes a multi-level green roof, mature landscaping, observation deck, and education space.
This plant is being built by Harbour Resource Partners (HRP). HRP is a consortium of experienced firms including – AECOM Canada, Graham Infrastructure, HDR Architecture, SUEZ, Graham Capital and Michels Canada. HRP includes top-tier global expertise in wastewater treatment plant financing, design, construction and operations coupled with local knowledge and experience gained on past CRD projects.
Construction of the McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant began in spring 2017 and the final commissioning is scheduled to be complete by fall 2020.
Activities completed to date include site preparation, installation of the cross-harbour undersea pipe from Ogden Point to McLoughlin Point, installation of the outfall pipe, pouring concrete foundations and structural steel for the building. Remaining construction works on site include completing the exterior building construction, mechanical and electrical work inside the building, and installation of the pipes connecting the pump stations to the treatment plant.
Construction at McLoughlin Point will look similar to any large urban construction site. Construction works include: site preparation; horizontal directional drilling to construct the cross-harbour undersea pipe from Ogden Point to McLoughlin Point; pouring concrete foundations; exterior building construction and mechanical and electrical work inside the building.
For more information about the McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant please review the information materials below.
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