Client: The City of Barrie
Consultant: CH2M Hill
Completion: December 2010
The work generally consists of an expansion of the Biosolids Facility from its present capacity to accommodate the expansion of the Barrie Water Pollution Control Centre from 57.1 MLD to 76 MLD.
This work includes the expansion and modifications to existing equipment, piping and structures plus the following new process units being added;
Cast-in-place concrete Biosolids storage tanks – One rectangular Storage tank and three rectangular Decant Cells with a total liquid capacity of 15,000,000 litres.
- New Pipe Gallery and Offices
- Three sludge/supernatant transfer pumps
- Sludge Mixing System
- Truck Loading and Unloading System
- Sludge Valve Chamber
- Washwater System
- Tipping trough tank flushing system in three decant cells
The work required to accomplish these additions and modifications consist of civil, structural, architectural, mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation and controls.
ASCO Construction Ltd. was pre-qualified to bid on this Project.