Maple Reinders capitalized on the strengths of both its Buildings and Civil divisions to complete upgrades to the Hagersville Water Pollution Control Plant. The project incorporated numerous enhancements, including:
Replacement of existing manual screen with mechanical screen
Construction of new influent channels c/w gates, covering grates and railings
Decommissioning of existing coarse bubble aeration system and replacement with new fine bubble aeration system
Installation of 2 turbo HSI blowers c/w 6 dissolved oxygen analyzers, motorized valves and magnetic flow meters
Construction of new leachate tank c/w access hatches, two submersible pumps, piping, flow meters, level transmitters, sluice gates, electrical & controls
Project scope also included work on the RAS pump house and filter & UV building, as well as site work including the installation of a new motorized gate and outdoor generator.
Maple Reinders was selected to undertake the replacement of a defunct composting facility for the City of Guelph located at the Waste Resource Innovation Centre. The design of the new facility called for the re-use of existing foundations and remaining sound structural components.
Maple Reinders, as part of the Harbour City Solutions consortium, was selected to build the Hamilton Biosolids Management project. The project is being delivered through a PPP using the design-build-finance-operate-maintain model, with a 30-year contract operations term.