Maple Reinders was contracted to build a linked steam corridor from Algonquin Power’s Peel Energy-from-Waste facility to the facility of an adjacent industrial steam user, Norampac. The steam is delivered to Norampac via a combined buried and above ground steam line. After use at Norampac, the condensate is returned to a condensate collection tank. The condensate is subsequently returned to the Energy Plant site for re-use.
Work on the project included installation of a boiler, stack, deaerator, transfer pumps and booster pumps, steam piping between the Energy Plant and Norampac (including 2 steam meters), condensate and feedwater piping, steam desuperheating and pressure reducing station, water storage, water treatment plant, air compressors and control systems.
In an effort to better utilize one of its properties, local developer Qualico selected Maple Reinders to replace a small building structure with a five-storey office and retail building, otherwise known as Allendale 5.