Britannia East And Derry Green Regional Servicing & Britannia Road Wastewater Pumping Station

Project Type: 
Water Treatment
Project Owner: 
Region of Halton
Project Consultant: 
CH2M Hill
Project Value: 
$130 Million
Project Years: 
2015-2017

The Britannia Pumping Station involves the construction of a new 1000 L/s wastewater pumping station including overflow discharge to the Sixteen Mile Creek and installation of a 450mm forcemain on the existing Britannia Road Sixteen Mile Creek bridge crossing, with two stubs for future 450mm forcemains.

New wastewater mains and watermains to be installed through open cut construction along Fifth Line is approximately 550m of 375mm diameter wastewater main, 400m of 450mm diameter wastewater main, 800m of 525mm diameter wastewater main and 600m of 675mm diameter wastewater main at depths of approximately 10 meters deep.

The watermains along Fifth Line and Louis St. Laurent will be approximately 1700m of 600mm diameter watermain, 2700m of 750mm diameter watermain at depths of approximately 5 meters deep.

The watermains along Fifth Line and Louis St. Laurent will be approximately 160m of 600mm diameter watermain, 200m of 750mm diameter watermain at depths of approximately 3 to 5 meters deep.

The new wastewater main is to be installed by trenchless technologies along Britannia Road, James Snow Parkway, Louis St. Laurent Avenue Extension and Fifth Line (approximately 3000m of 900Ømm wastewater main and 2300m of 1500Ømm wastewater main), at depths of approximately 10m to 25m deep. New wastewater mains and watermain to be installed by trenchless technologies along Fifth Line is approximately 100m of 450mm diameter wastewater main and 130m of 675mm diameter wastewater main at depths of approximately 10 meters deep.