|Client:||City of Pitt Meadows|
|Location:||Pitt Meadows, BC|
|Project Highlights:||Stormwater Pump Station Replacement|
Low-lying areas of the municipality are protected from river flooding by perimeter dykes, and rely on a system of ditches, floodboxes and pump stations to control surface and groundwater levels. A drainage and irrigation study of the municipality (KCBL, 2006) identified the need to increase the capacity of Pump Station No.1 from 19,000 USgpm (1.2 m3/sec) to 40,000 USgpm (2.5 m3/sec) in order to meet the desired drainage criteria for the catchment. The existing pump station, consisting of a single vertical propeller pump, was completely replaced with a new duplex pump station c/w an automatic debris screen system on the intake.
• Preliminary Design evaluation of PS replacement options.
• Fish sampling and habitat assessments.
• Civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation design.
• Tendering and services during construction.