Winnipeg Water Treatment Plant Raw Water Pumping Station
Winnipeg Water Treatment Plant Raw Water Pumping Station
Winnipeg Water Treatment Plant Raw Water Pumping Station

Winnipeg Water Treatment Plant Raw Water Pumping Station

WINNIPEG, MANITOBA

CLIENT:CITY OF WINNIPEG
CONSULTANT:UMA ENGINEERING LIMITED
CONTRACT TYPE:STIPULATED SUM
Project VALUE:$5,800,000
DURATION:11 MONTHS
Winnipeg Water Treatment Plant Raw Water Pumping Station

The raw water pumping station project involved the completion of a portion of the main concrete structure for the new water treatment plant facility at the city of Winnipeg's Deacon Reservoir. Commencement of the project required a significant excavation complete with shoring around the perimeter. The foundation consists of over 200 precast driven piles. The main structure consists of approximately 4,100 cubic yards of cast-in-place concrete including 4 feet thick concrete walls that are 40 feet high, a cast-in-place suspended concrete roof 40 feet above the base slab, and concrete columns and beams towering approximately 72 feet above the foundation slab. The entire structure was water tested in a number of stages and included the application of an exterior waterproof membrane prior to completing the backfill of the structure.

Winnipeg Water Treatment Plant Raw Water Pumping Station
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