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Design and Construction of the Gale Centre Four–Pad Arena Complex – City of Niagara Falls
UEM provided civil engineering services for the design and construction of the Gale Centre, a four–pad recreational facility located in Niagara Falls. The project involved preliminary and detailed design, tender preparation and construction observance services for site grading, and site servicing which included watermain, storm sewer, sanitary sewer and stormwater management facilities. The works also included the detailed design of a road extension to the site, which included storm sewer, sanitary sewer, watermain and a stormwater management facility and applying for and obtaining required Ministry of Environment (MOE) Approvals.
Design and Construction of Victoria Meadows Subdivision – Canada Lands Company
UEM was retained as the principal consultant to design and construct the Victoria Meadows subdivision in the City of St. Catharines. The project involved development of a 5.7 hectare site and design of overall site services for a 119-unit residential subdivision, including 89 single family lots and 5 townhouse blocks.
UEM services for this project included:
Completion of a functional servicing study;
Preliminary engineering design,
Contract administration, and
Construction inspection services for grading, watermain, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, road, and stormwater management.
Lornewood Creek Sanitary Sewer Improvements – Region of Peel
UEM was retained by Peel Region to design improvements to a 1,667–metre length of sanitary sewer in the City of Mississauga. The majority of this sewer length is located along the banks or under the bed of Lornewood Creek, an environmentally sensitive wooded area. The reconstruction is required due to signs of deterioration in the existing infrastructure. The project includes both rehabilitation of some existing sections and construction of new sections. Non-intrusive/trenchless rehabilitation efforts, including jack-and-bore, pipe-bursting, and relining technologies, will be used wherever possible to minimize impacts to the surrounding environment. Design activities and public consultation activities are ongoing. UEM will provide contract administration during the construction process.