Dauphin River First Nation
Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada
JRCC completed a feasibility study of the water and wastewater systems at the Dauphin River First Nation.
Following the Feasibility Study, JRCC was retained to provide engineering services for the design and construction of a new facultative lagoon on Provincial Crown Land. Works included the preparation of a Provincial Environment Act Proposal to obtain a lagoon licence, tender administration, and construction administration. The lagoon was constructed with an in situ and partially remolded clay liner.
Project works included 192,000 m3 of peat removal, 107,000 m3 of common excavation, 515 m of 150 mm forcemain and intercell piping, 6,900 m2 of rip rap, and 515 m of gravel access road.
Substantial completion of the lagoon and associated piping is anticipated in summer 2017.
Preliminary Design, Final Design, Tender Administration, Resident and Non-resident Administration, Warranty Services.
JRCC Key Personnel
Jason Cousin, P.Eng., Jeff Dyck, P.Eng., Jeffrey Hutzul, C.E.T., Oswald Wohlgemut, M. Sc, David Kelly, P.Eng., Daniel Derbitsky, C.E.T.