Nobleford Water Treatment Plant & Wastewater Lagoon

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Dennis Dirtworx, an excavation company that serves all of southern Alberta, moved 70,000 cubic meters of earth to completely redesign existing lagoon structures. The project involved excavating a new facultative cell, de-sludging, and regrading existing facultative cells. 

All facultative cells received a 60-mil liner to prevent ground penetration. Three new anaerobic cells were constructed and clay-lined with armor for bank stabilization. De-sludging occurred at all existing cells, and sludge was land-applied. All concrete control structures were replaced. A live tie-in to the existing sanitary main was completed. 

Overall, there was a great working relationship with MPE Engineering and the town of Nobleford. This project was completed November of 2020.


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