The City of Vernon required a major replacement and expansion to its Water Reclamation Plant. The City undertook the project utilizing a Construction Management delivery method. This project involved the construction of a new 27 ML/day Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) plant on the site of the existing Water Reclamation Plant. New works included: headworks building (with flow measurement, screening, grit removal, influent lift station and forcemain); biosolids thickening/dewatering building (containing DAF, centrifuge and odour control equipment); three-train primary clarifier and bioreactor complex; three (3) circular secondary clarifiers; circular covered gravity thickener; two (2) travelling hood secondary effluent filters; ultraviolet disinfection of filtered effluent; administration/laboratory building; utility building (containing process air blowers, electrical room, standby generator and workshop); and related siteworks including piping, manholes, road works, and landscaping. Following successful commissioning, the old treatment facility was demolished; allowing the City to convert the lands for other uses such as park land.