Past Projects

Aerial overview of Water Purification Plant
Project Type: Water Treatment | Location: Oakville, Ontario
Retrofit of an existing Water Purification Plant which includes upgraded treatment processes, modifications / additions to existing building structures, upgrades to electrical components and routing, installation of Reinforces Pressure Pipe and Concrete Pressure Pipe.Read More
Aerial Overview of Mattagami Water Pollution Control Plant
Project Type: Water Treatment | Location: Timmins, Ontario
Upgrades to existing Water Pollution Control Plant, including new construction of 3 aeration tanks, 3 secondary clarifiers with scum pits, RAS/WAS gallery, Raw Sewage Pumping Station, Blower Building, Secondary Treatment Building, and an Intermediate Pumping Station. Modifications also include the... Read More
Aerial Overview of Red Deer wastewater treatment plant
Project Type: Water Treatment | Location: Red Deer, Alberta
This 56 Million Dollar upgrade, which was part of the provincial project for centralization of wastewater treatment in Central Alberta, significantly increased the intake of WWTP in Red Deer and will also preserve water quality in a stretch of the Red Deer River. NAC self performed the concrete,... Read More
Roof slab of buried tanks
Project Type: Water Treatment | Location: Brandon, Manitoba
The project is located in Brandon Manitoba at an existing Industrial Waste Water Treatment Plant that was built originally to accommodate the Maple Leaf Foods waste generation. The plant is an existing GE Membrane system. The project scope added a new inlet structure to replace the existing... Read More
Aerial overview of Burlington Skyway wastewater treatment plant
Project Type: Water Treatment | Location: Burlington, Ontario
Skyway WWTP is an exisitng wastewater treatment plant located in Burlington, Ontario. The project consists of adding additional Grit Tanks, Secondary Clarifiers, Aeration Tanks, Plant Effluent Service Water System, Blower Building, Generator Building and Tertiary Building The project also includes... Read More
Aerial Overview of Waste Water Treatment Plant
Project Type: Water Treatment | Location: Mississauga, Ontario
The Clarkson WWTP Expansion consists of a major capacity expansion to the existing facility totaling some $75 million of construction over 30 months. The Liquids phase consisted of some 29,000 cubic meters of concrete, 4,000 tons of rebar, 133,500 cubic meters of excavation, and 320,000 total... Read More
Preparing the rebar for concrete slab pour
Project Type: Heavy Civil & Infrastructure | Location: 185km North East of Cochrane, Ontario
The Concrete Works contract at the remote Detour Gold Mine consisted of all reinforced concrete foundations and structures for the mine processing facilities. Work included; a fully concrete gyratory crusher structure, concrete foundations and Buried Corrugated Metal Structures (BCMS) tunnels for... Read More
Water view of Bracebridge Falls Generating Station
Project Type: Energy | Location: Bracebridge, Ontario
Expansion to the existing Bracebridge Falls Generating Station consisting of; expansion of water passages including deepened forebay, inlet channel and tailrace; a larger penstock and draft tube increasing the current flow of 10m3 per second to 27m3 to second; in combination with new turbine and... Read More
Aerial Overview of Mississippi Mills wastewater treatment plant
Project Type: Water Treatment | Location: Almonte, Ontario
This project involved the construction of a new wastewater treatment plant, adjacent to the site of the existing sewage lagoons to serve the town of Almonte, Ontario. The construction of the plant ran over approximately 22 months and involved all disciplines including rock and earth excavation,... Read More
Masonry Building in background of tanks
Project Type: Water Treatment | Location: Arnprior, Ontario
The Arnprior WPCC expansion project increased treatment capacity of the existing plant from 7,900m3/day to 9,700 m3/day by constructing additional, primary, aeration, secondary and chlorine contact process tanks. Other modifications required within the existing plant included a second automated... Read More