Client: Constance Lake First Nation
Location: Constance Lake First Nation, Ontario
Building Type: Infrastructure
Contract: Lump Sum
The Constance Lake First Nation Water Treatment Plant provides a critical infrastructure upgrade to serve the community. This existing facility was at the end of its lifespan and required major upgrades and restoration. The replacement of this aging piece of infrastructure accommodates current needs and allows for future expansion of the community.
Prior to construction, the owner undertook the installation of a state-of-the-art well system to serve the new water treatment plant under an existing baseball field, and installed the services to the lot where the new plant was to be constructed.
This new Water Treatment Plant is a 5,000 SF pre-engineered building, sitting on a cast-in-place foundations that incorporated new tanks and reservoirs for the plant. It also includes tie-ins to the previously installed services for the well system. This plant was upgraded with brand new state-of-the-art mechanical and electrical systems, process equipment, and controls equipment to ensure that it remains fully operational with very little maintenance requirements.