At their July 22, 2019 meeting, the Council of the Town of Kindersley awarded the Lagoon and Waste Water Upgrade to Con-Tech General Contractors in the amount of $6,854,328.06 plus applicable taxes. The project began in 2019, and is set for completion this year.
Kindersley was approved funding through the Provincial territorial Infrastructure Component – for National and Regional Projects (PTIC-NRP) of the New Building Canada Fund for this project. This is essentially a cost sharing of 1/3 each (Municipal/Provincial & Federal). The funding is for upgrades to the Kindersley Lagoon, which will allow for future capacity & growth and also ensure the we are meeting the government regulations for treatment of effluent under Water Security Agencies.
The Lagoon project will include design and construction of the following:
- Construction of two new aerated cells at the front end of the treatment process
- Installation of aeration header/laterals in the two new cells
- Construction of a second blower building for the expanded aeration system
- Replacement of the effluent pumping station
- Upgrades to the existing facultative aerated cells which consist of raising the perimeter berms by 0.9m and desludging the existing lagoon cells
- Replacement of 1800 metres of force main from the existing Rosedale Sewage
- Pumping Station to the lagoon.
- Replacement of gravity sewer trunk main to lagoon (Railway Avenue to the lagoon).
The amount of funding to be received by both the federal and provincial government is located below:
- Government of Canada – PTIC-NRP $1,666,667
- Province of Saskatchewan $1,666,667
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