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Peel Region - Hanlan Feedermain Value Engineering


This project involved the designed construction of the Hanlan Feedermain and the Mississauga City Centre Watermain, including some miscellaneous distribution mains. The Hanlan Feedermain involved the installation of about 15 km of a 2400mm diameter CPP feedermain from the Lakeview Water Treatment Plant to the Hanlan Pumping Station in the City of Mississauga, with interconnections to existing feedermains. The feedermain will be installed in open cut and tunnel, including crossing of creeks, existing infrastructure, Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Rail Bridges, Hwy 401 and the Queen Elizabeth Way. The Mississauga City Centre (MCC) Watermain involved the installation of a 1200mm diameter CPP watermain from Brittania to the intersection of Burnhamthorpe and Cawthra in the CIty of Mississauga and includes open cut and tunnel installation, and Hwy 401 crossing.   


TMIG provided Value Engineering Services. The Value Engineering Session was held at its office on Dufferin Street over a period of five days.  The VE sessions included the design teams for the Hanlan and the MCC watermains, along with the Region of Peel and Region of York. The objective was to analyze design refinements to the approved EA and PDR and provide recommendations to increase the project value though increased functionalities and/or reduced costs. 


CLIENT: Region of Peel
Vaughan, Ontario, Canada 
DURATION: May 2011
COST: $ 150,000