Our achievements are varied and always according to the specific needs of our customers and respecting pre-established budgets. We have carried out various projects, of different sizes and complexity, in the upgrading of the
- main water inlets to the building,
- emergency showers,
- drinking water distribution networks,
- booster pumps,
- And others
We are involved in various phases depending on the mandates granted, either for:
- technical consultation,
- engineering analysis,
- network characterization,
- the design of plans and specifications (based on 3D scanning and modeling),
- supervision and management of the work,
- the development of an action plan,
- the implementation of a maintenance protocol,
- personalized training,
Food Processing Plants | Pharmaceuticals, Laboratories and Research Centers | Chemical Plants | Pulp and Paper Mills | Data Centers and Telecom | Manufacturing and Storage Companies | Shopping Centers | Office buildings | Hospitals and Clinics | Universities and Schools | Municipalities and Government Buildings | Residential Buildings
Food Processing Plants
Engineering analysis, design of specifications/diagrams and monitoring/approval of the installation of devices in a space including several disinfectant chemicals.
Total project budget: $100,000.00
Pharmaceuticals, Laboratories and Research Centers
Technical challenges: 6-inch water inlet in a limited workspace requiring a short-term shutdown so as not to interfere with research activities.
Achievement: Work completing in 24 hours with an alternative supply through the fire water inlet. Carried out water quality testing with no impact on operations.
Total project budget: $180,000.00
Pharmaceuticals, Laboratories and Research Centers (continued)
Engineering analysis, field testing and elaboration of an action plan to correct non-conformities as well as the implementation of a maintenance protocol for a network of 50 emergency showers in a research laboratory.
The challenges are numerous such as the presence of colored water, very variable temperature, inconsistent pressure and flow, non-existent floor drain for deluge showers, defective and poorly adjusted showers.
Total project budget: $400,000.00
Full engineering mandate carried out in a complex including several buildings with a single water inlet that is difficult to access on the site. In addition, each building is isolated with limited spaces. The work was carried out with minimal impact for each of the buildings.
Total project budget: $380,000.00
Chemical Plants (continued)
Upgrade of 2 networks of 14 emergency showers. Engineering analysis demonstrates the presence of a faulty circulation pump coupled with a poor design leading to a large variance in water temperature that can cause danger of burns. The work carried out consists of removing the excess mixers, replacing, and relocating the circulation pump and planning a more regular test protocol.
Total project budget: $120,000.00
Pulp and Paper Mills
Upgrading of the drinking water distribution network of the entire complex with an entrance with bypass, access to the auxiliary water of a river and a treatment basin. Sizeable challenges due to the century-old infrastructure loaded with complex equipment with a very large area to cover for process water and for the water of emergency showers.
Total project budget: $260,000.00
Data Centers and Telecom
Upgrading of the main water inlet and addition of a new digital meter. Extensive coordination with the city and a constraint imposed that the water cut must be at most a duration of 2 hours to replace a defective main valve.
Total project budget: $90,000.00
Manufacturing and Storage Companies
Upgrading work carried out in a limited space in the wall according to the initial budget with a minimum impact on building users.
Total project budget: $25,000.00
Concept presented meets the customer's requirements for the distribution network and the main water inlet. The mandate is carried out in a tight space with a lot of components, including several cross connections with pipes added over the years in addition to those unused with stagnant water.
Total project budget: $185,000.00
Work was carried out to bring the mechanical room installations up to standard with the challenges of limited space and a non-existent main valve. The project is completed on budget and in accordance with the technical plan.
Total project budget: $55,000.00
Complete engineering mandate for the distribution network and the drinking water inlet in a limited space coupled with a tight budget and schedule.
Total project budget: $70,000.00
Hospitals and Clinics
Complex and complete engineering mandate with a cut and an installation in 8 hours. The project was done without change requests and without major interruption of the service despite many technical challenges such as:
- Impossibility to close the water for more than 12 hours - implementation of 2 relief plans to ensure a const ante supply of the building,
- Age of the building (over 50 years old) – faulty main valve and questionable piping network - initial plans non-existent,
- Mechanical room requiring the dismantling of several unused equipment requiring several readings.
Total project budget: $150,000.00
Universities and Schools
Works were performed on the main water inlet of the university and on the pipes in the mechanical room. The realization is done without any request for addition or addendum in four (4) sub-projects to avoid major problems during the cutting of the 6-inch water pipe which lasted 6 hours with validation of the operating parameters of the booster pumps.
- Impossibility to close the water for more than 12 hours - implementation of 2 relief plans to ensure constant alimentation of the building,
- Building over 70 years old – defective main valve and initial plans non-existent,
- Well-filled mechanical room, limited space to work, necessary refit, dismantling of several unused equipment.
Total project budget: $155,000.00
Municipalities and Government Buildings
Installation work of more than 30 backflow prevention devices including the main water inlet and the dismantling of several unused pipes in a prison complex. The complex is composed of several old buildings that have undergone modifications over the years with no existing plan as originally constructed. The work is difficult in the context of high security with limited access to work in the technical spaces in the basement and water cuts must be kept to a minimum.
Total project budget: $250,000.00
Municipalities and Government Buildings (continued)
Perform the analysis, redesign the water distribution system, and recommend corrective measures to be put in place to make the facilities compliant. The work consists of removing several bypass pipes which are reducing the efficiency of the network to follow up on 5 expansions over the years.
Total project budget: $450,000.00
Residential Buildings – Condo
Installation of backflow prevention devices in a multi-family building complex to meet current standards. The drinking water inlet was to be done at the same time as the water inlet to the sprinkler system.
Total project budget: $65,000.00