Chin 10 Canal Project
In this canal-cleaning project, Dennis Dirtworx performed two canal realignments. The project entailed a large-diameter culvert road crossing, multiple drop structures, and a 4,000-tonne armored bank lining. Overall, Dennis Dirtworx moved 30,000 cubic meters of earth to install five large concrete structures.
Nobleford Water Treatment Plant & Wastewater Lagoon
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 […]
Fort Macleod Industrial Area Water & Sewer Renewal
Dennis Dirtworx is working on completely rehabilitating the existing 7,000-meter sanitary and water main in the Fort Macleod Industrial area. This project involves 45 services to existing residents, roads (gravel and asphalt), and landscaping restoration.
BRID Lomond Canal Rehab
This project involved 13 kilometers of canal cleaning and armoring. The original contract stipulated 7 km, but another 6 km were added post-contract. A total of 425,000 cubic meters of earth was moved. Moreover, 50,000 tonnes of armor was produced in-house, trucked, and placed along the canal. Dennis Dirtworx installed 30 structures ranging from farm […]
SMRID Cameron Project
Dennis Dirtworx relocated an open canal to a pipeline system. A large-diameter (1,200mm – 100mm) pipe water main was installed. Six Lethbridge County road crossings were performed, with complete traffic management strategies applied. Additionally, a 130-meter auger bore was coordinated and completed under the Canadian Pacific Railway and Highway. Three 9,100-meter pipelines were installed, and […]
Chin Canal Rehabilitation
Chin 2 involved the rehabilitation of a canal. 100,000 cubic meters of earth had to be moved to deconstruct the old infrastructure. A large-diameter (900mm – 100mm) Rip Rap water main was installed. The Dennis Dirtworx team was also responsible for multiple auger crossings under Alberta transportation highways, and for land restoration. The team worked […]