A non-mandatory contractor outreach meeting has been called by the Greater Toronto Area’s Region of Peel, to review the entire Hanlan Feedermain project. The meeting will be held on Thursday, June 28, 2012 at 9am. The Hanlan Feedermain is a 2.4m (7.8ft) i.d. pipeline running from the Lakeview Water Treatment Plant on the shoreline of Lake Ontario in Mississauga, Ontario, approximately 14km (8.7-miles) northward to the Hanlan Reservoir and Pumping Station. The project is part of the Region of Peel’s 2007 Water and Wastewater Master Plan.
Once constructed, the Feedermain will enhance the regional water supply and service commitments for growth and provide redundancy for the Region’s system. The project is being designed by CH2M HILL and MMM Group. The major tunnel component is a 6km (3.7-mile) long, 3.6m (11.8ft) diameter, TBM driven tunnel in shale under major highways and rail bridges.
In addition to the major tunnel component, several additional shallower tunnels of 2.4m (7.8ft) and 3.6m (11.8ft) diameter are required for lengths up to 1.4km (0.8-miles). The 6km (3.7-mile) tunnel segment will be a separate contract from the open-cut portions and shallower tunnel segments.
The contractor outreach meeting will be held on Thursday, June 28, 2012 at 9 a.m., at the address below:
CH2M HILL Canada Limited
245 Consumers Road
Toronto, ON, M2J 1R3
You can also email SouthHanlanWP@peelregion.ca or visit the project website at www.hanlanwaterproject.ca for the latest information.
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