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York Region - Nashville Watermain


This project involves the installation of a watermain along Nashville Road from Whisper Lane to Highway 27 and northerly to Highway 27. This comes in response to the need presented in a study outlining the limited capacity of existing wells, deficient water storage in the elevated tower, and the lack of redundancy in the water supply for the community.

Scope of Services

The Municipal Infrastructure Group Ltd. provided engineering services to complete a Schedule "A+” Class Environmental Assessment. Scope includes the identification of methods, comparative evaluation of solutions, as well as cost estimates. TMIG will also provide services that include enhanced stakeholder agreement, and utility coordination meetings between the Region and all utility companies.


The proposed watermain will connect to the existing watermain near the intersection of Whisper Lane and Nashville Road, and within the site of the existing booster pump and elevated tank. The project includes the crossing of the Humber River and the comparative evaluation of suspending the watermain from the existing bridge or crossing using trenchless technologies.


CLIENT: York Region
LOCATION: Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
DURATION: 2012-Ongoing
ENGINEERING FEES: Approx. 649,795.00
CONSTRUCTION EST.: Between $5-6 Million