Hanlan Transfer Pumping Station
This project was an expansion of the existing facility from 450ml/day to 750ml/day, with a provision for further expansion to 1 billion litres per day. The project involved the construction of a 4ml balance reservoir and a transfer pumping station to convey potable water to the Beckett-Sproule Reservoir in the City of Brampton.
The installation consisted of the supply and installation of three pumping units, with provision for an additional three, a transient suppressor system, a bi-fuel diesel generator with provisions for a second generator, miscellaneous modifications in the existing pumping station, replacement and upgrade of the 44 kVA substation, miscellaneous 1,950 and 2,100mm process piping, a very intricate system of large bore multi-level yard piping in a confined area, and major restoration work in the two existing reservoirs (45 & 25ml respectively). Kenaidan self-performed all concrete works, consisting of 22,000m2 of formwork and 8,000m3 of concrete.