Construction of a sewer life station for the District of Taylor, BC.

The new lift station is responsible for collecting around two-thirds of the
district’s wastewater south of the railway tracks, and lifting it to the
wastewater treatment plant. The lift station has a pumping capacity of
around 22 litres per minute. The station, which has been operational
since February, pumps an average of 320 cubic metres of wastewater per

The scope of the work included:
– Bypass Pumping
– Process Mechanical
– Instrumentation
– Vertical Spiral Screen

■ Municipal Infrastructure Work
♦ Sanitary Sewer
■ Mechanical Work
■ Electrical Work
■ Building Facilities

VALUE: $1,180,000
LOCATION: Fort St. John, BC
START DATE: July, 2017 END DATE:  February, 2018

OWNER: District of Taylor