TMIG is providing full engineering services for the proposed roads, watermains, sanitary sewers, and storm sewers within the project area. The Mississauga Road Improvement Project (MRIP) includes the widening of approximately 3km of existing two-lane rural highway to six lanes, the installation of 2,200m of 1,200mm tunnelled trunk sanitary sewer, and the installation of 2km of local and trunk watermains up to 1,200mm in diameter. The project site is Mississauga Road from the Credit River to north of Bovaird Drive and approximately 800m of Bovaird Drive itself. Services will connect to watermain works to the north, east, south, and to the proposed Creditview trunk sewer on Queen Street. The works are designed for the ultimate build-out of northwestern Brampton.
Scope of Services
Services include functional design, preliminary design, detailed design, and contract administration.
The overall project team includes several consulting firms specializing in various aspects of the works, including tunnelling, hydrogeology, and geotechnics (the sanitary sewer tunnel is within the Queenston Shale). A key component of the project is TMIG’s responsibility for the coordination of multiple designs at the major intersections and coordinating with local utilities to relocate major network infrastructure.
2008 - ongoing