Water Treatment Plant River Crossing Pipeline

River Crossing Pipeline

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Built using a coffer dam method, Hamm worked 24 hours a day to meet tight time lines. A rock wall was established to counter the force of the rivers currents while adjacent floating curtains captured any floating debris to prevent disturbance to marine life. Specific scopes of work included:

  • 366 meters of 1500mm Polyurethane Lined and Coated Steel Pipe
  • Pipe installed 5 meters below the River Bed
  • West Side Valve Chamber 2 – 60″ Butterfly Valves
  • 210 cubic meters of concrete used to complete Valve Chamber