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Regina Wastewater Treatment Plant

Regina, Saskatchewan

Aecon completed the mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and programming portions of the project.

The new plant has an increased capacity of 25 per cent and can meet the needs of a population of up to 260,000 people, the anticipated size of Regina by the year 2035. 

The consortium on this project was led by EPCOR Water Services Inc. and included Aecon Water, Graham Infrastructure, and Stantec. EPCOR Water Prairies not only upgraded the treatment plant but is also operating and maintaining it for the next 30 years.

CLIENT
EPCOR for the City of Regina

VALUE
$150 million

START DATE
2014

COMPLETION
2016

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375K
CUBIC METRES OF SOIL EXCAVATED

17K
CUBIC METRES OF CONCRETE POURED

1,650
TONNES OF REINFORCING STEEL INSTALLED

Compared to traditional procurement processes, the public private partnership is expected to save $138 million over the life of the project and was widely praised as a unique arrangement that will serve as a model for P3 projects across the country.

The plant also meets the new effluent quality standards that the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency has mandated, while operating with better efficiency, lower energy consumption and fewer greenhouse gas emissions.

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