Client: City of Saskatoon
Date: 2014

General contractor on this 100 acre multi-million dollar project.

Site is adjacent to a naturalized swale system and significant efforts were made to ensure work did notjeopardize the natural environment including the use of silt barriers, a turbidity curtain, and procurement of an environmental monitor to advise on mitigation strategies and measure effectiveness.

Work included:

  • Demolition of existing farmsteads.
  • 100 acres of topsoil stripping.
  • 330,000m3 earth movement for area grading, and storm water drainage channel / forebay construction.
  • 20,000m2 geosynthetic clay liner installation.
  • 240m sanitary sewer main (sub work).
  • 1700m storm culvert (sub work).
  • 17 concrete outfall structure (sub and wilco work).
  • 250m2 sheet piling weir structure (sub work).
  • 6000m2 of outfall and weir rip-rap.