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ELGIN AREA WATER TRANSMISSION MAIN TWINNING PROJECT

History

The original Elgin Area primary transmission pipeline was constructed in 1966 and consists of approximately 14.7 kilometres of 750mm (30 inch) concrete pressure pipe from the water treatment plant in the Municipality of Central Elgin to a terminal reservoir just east of St. Thomas located in Central Elgin as well.   In order to provide security of supply and flexibility in accommodating the anticipated long term demand for municipal water throughout the Elgin Area Primary Water Supply System, complete or partial twinning of the pipeline needs to be completed. 

Project Description

The Project involves the design and construction of a 900mm (36 inch) diameter water transmission main utilizing C301 CPP as the preferred pipe material; from the Elgin Area Primary Water Supply System Water Treatment Plant located on Dexter Line, through an existing pipeline easement and terminating at the existing Elgin Middlesex Booster Pumping Station and Reservoir valve house located at 490 South Edgeware Rd. within the Municipality of Central Elgin. The Project also involves consideration of the design and construction of a new connection to a municipal water distribution system at John Wise Line near Sunset Drive.  This project will address the needs and recommendations as set out in the most recent copy of the Master Water Plan as well as other supporting documentation and studies.

Funding for this project has been provided by the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario under the Building Canada Fund and the HELP Clean Water Initiative.  The HELP Clean Water Initiative is a partnership between the Lake Huron Primary Water Supply System, the Elgin Area Primary Water Supply System, and the City of London to seek senior government funding for specified projects which have regionally significant impact to the water supply systems in this region of Ontario.

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Project Estimate

          $22 M

Schedule

          Estimated Project Schedule - September 2009 - May 2012

Design-Build Team

           Blue-Con Construction / AECOM Canada Ltd.   

 

Newsletters, Information & Notices

 

 

 

Landowner Letter - April 14, 2010

Project Commencement Public Notice - April 15, 2010

Notice of Project Open House - June 15, 2010

 

 

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