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Waterfront Toronto – External Sanitary Sewer Detailed Design

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This project involves 1.5 kilometres of 300 mm to 750 mm sanitary sewer, from the intersection of Parliament Street and Queens Quay East to Scott Street Sewage Pumping Station (SPS) located at the intersection of The Esplanade and Scott Street.   To mitigate the socio-economic impact of constructing a new sewer along a busy commercial street, the 340m stretch of sewer along The Esplanade was designed to be tunnelled through the bedrock. Trenchless technologies will also be employed in crossing major intersections.

SCOPE OF SERVICES

For Waterfront Toronto, The Municipal Infrastructure Group Ltd. is currently providing full engineering services including complete detailed design, inspection and contract administration for sanitary sewer upgrades required for the proposed development within the East Bayfront precinct.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

This project is being undertaken under tight timelines and challenging subsurface conditions (i.e. soils, existing infrastructure) to deliver critical infrastructure required to support the development of the East Bayfront precinct.

PROJECT DETAILS

CLIENT:
Waterfront Toronto
LOCATION:
City of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
DURATION: 2008-Ongoing
CONSTRUCTION EST: Approx. $ 15 Million