Client: Town of Orangeville
Project Description: Booster Station Mezzanine Design Modifications
Time Line: December 2010 to Present
Project Manager: Stephen Burnett
Client Category: Municipal
Service Category: Building Services
In the late fall of 2010, S. Burnett & Associates Ltd. (SBA) provided the Town of Orangeville with services related to the design and project management to complete modifications of the Centennial Road Booster Station. SBA provided the completion of the design, tendering and construction management for the renovation of the booster pumping station. SBA was required to rework the watermain piping in the pumping station and remove the risers for the obsolete booster pump and fire pump; design a mezzanine and build above the process piping at ground level; remove all obsolete electrical panels and components; and install a garage door style entrance into the building.
The scope of work required for this project also included:
- Preparing and engineering drawings showing the existing piping, pumps and electrical control equipment
- Reviewing alternative grating materials over the valve pit, such as load carrying capacities and cost of materials
- Designing a structural support system for the grating material as well as provide openings in the grating system to allow valve pit access
- Showing the installation of a new nine foot wide by eight foot high overhead door and a minimum thirty six inch main door
SBA successfully completed this project in collaboration with the Town of Orangeville, government agencies and non-government agencies.
SBA is currently working with the Town of Orangeville to complete modifications on the Centennial Road Booster Station. Upon submission of the decommissioning and final drawings, SBA will coordinate with the building department to get a building permit for the renovations.