WATER

& SEWAGE TREATMENT

 

 

ANNACIS ISLAND WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

 

LOCATION  Annacis Island, BC 

COMPLETED  September 2010

VALUE  $6M

 

Annacis Island holds the largest wastewater treatment facility in British Columbia, serving one million people in the Lower Mainland.  Kingston was in charge of the addition of the two chemical storage facilities, including reinforced concrete utility trenches and the construction of an 86,000L sodium bisulphate (SBS) facility with a distribution system.

 

 

CAPILANO PUMP STATION WATERMAINS & 69kV SUBSTATION  

 

LOCATION  North Vancouver, BC 

COMPLETED  June 2006

VALUE  $29M

 

Kingston worked with Mott Electric GP, Mitchell Installations Ltd. and Pacific Liaicon Assoc. on this project.

 

Serving Metro Vancouver, the Capilano Pumping Station forces water through an underground twin tunnel system to the Seymour Filtration Plant. New two-meter pipes were installed,and large quantities of rock and native soils were managed according to strict environmental and health standards.

CAPE HORN PUMP STATION NO.2 

 

LOCATION  Coquitlam, BC 

COMPLETED  October 1994

VALUE  $3M

 

Kingston worked with Kerr Wood Leidal Associates on this project.

 

This pump station was built adjacent to an existing pump station that cut into a hillside on a BC Hydro right-of-way. The project scope included major mechanical and electrical work enclosed in a multi-level reinforced concrete structure to permanently house (4) 1000 HP electrical pumps to boost force mains for the domestic water supply.