Water Treatment Plant River Crossing Pipeline
River Crossing Pipeline
Built using a coffer dam method, Hamm worked 24 hours a day to meet tight time lines while the Saskatchewan River flowed at 2,200 cubic meters per second. A rock wall was established to counter the force of the currents while adjacent floating curtains captured any floating debris to prevent disturbance to marine life.
- 366 meters of 1500mm Polyurethane Lined and Coated Steel Pipe
- 5 meters below the River Bed
- West Side Valve Chamber 2 – 60″ Butterfly Valves
- 210 Cubic Meters of Concrete Used