Herridge Pumping Station Expansion

jj mcguire industrial

Herridge Pumping Station Expansion

Client
Region of Peel

Architect
R. J. Burnside & Associates Limited

Project Completion 
January 2007

Description
J. J. McGuire was contracted to construct the new 4,021 sf addition to the existing Herridge Pumping Station at 2200 Sheridan Park Drive in Mississauga. This project consists of a single story masonry building c/w basement and includes all associated mechanical and electrical equipment such as centrifugal pumps, process piping, control valves, pressure piping, and yard piping.

Bruce Power BLC Simulator A Expansion

Bruce Power -BLC Simulator A Expansion

Client
Bruce Power Inc.

Architect
Giffels Associates Limited

Project Completion
February 2007

Description
J. J. McGuire was contracted to construct a small addition to the existing Simulator Building at the Bruce Power Plant in Tiverton. This project consisted of a single storey steel building with structural steel framing, masonry walls, and built-up roofing. The new expansion will house a large simulation classroom with four training rooms.

Ashbridges Bay

Ashbridges Bay Water Treatment

Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant

Client
City of Toronto

Architect
Various Architects

Consultant
Various Consultants

Project Completion 
January 2014

 

Description
We have completed various projects at Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant including the Odour Control Facility, T & M Building Upgrades & MCC Replacement.

The Odour Control Facility was a new state-of-the-art truck loading and odour control building. It was the first step in the City of Toronto’s move to beneficial use of biosolids and termination of biosolids incineration.

This project consisted of constructing three new silos in the space used by the three existing incinerators. This resulted not only in the reuse of the existing building but also existing piled foundations, thereby saving construction time and money. The new truck loading facility is designed to be an unmanned, fully automatic facility consisting of two truck bays, able to load trucks of any configuration, within a maximum period of 15 minutes from arrival at the facility. Each truck bay is equipped with two hoppers and a weigh scale that allows weighing of the truck during the loading process.

The loading facility, with a drive-through configuration, requires loading to be completed with truck-access doors closed, to prevent release of odours to the atmosphere.