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CH2M to deliver O&M services for Lucan Biddulph water system in Canada

CTBR Staff Writer Published 15 May 2017

CH2M has secured a contract to provide operations and maintenance (O&M) services for the Lucan Biddulph Water System in Canada.

The deal requires CH2M to provide O&M services for the next five years.

The water system features an inline booster station, elevated storage tower, reservoir and reservoir pumping station.

Together, they will provide water to around 4,500 residents in the Lucan and Granton urban centers, as well as rural properties within the Township.

CH2M will also collaborate with the community to focus on supporting an aging workforce and offer additional expertise on water quality sampling for the Township's drinking water quality management system.

The drinking water QMS is comprised of the transmission and distribution of potable drinking water to consumers and services to around 1,264 connections across the Township.

CH2M OM Services senior vice president and managing director Steve Meininger said: "The Township of Lucan Biddulph, in awarding us this contract, is not only gaining a trusted partner for its OM services, but also access to our industry-leading practices and training to strengthen its entire organization.”

In Canada, CH2M is already offering operations and management services to three mechanical wastewater treatment facilities and four well-based water-supply treatment and distribution systems.

The company has also contracts with the Municipality of Lambton Shores for its different treatment and distribution systems, Village of Oil Springs' wastewater treatment plant, St. Clair Township, Town of Petrolia and Town of Plympton-Wyoming in Ontario.

Image: CH2M to offer operations and maintenance services for the Lucan Biddulph Water System in Canada. Photo: courtesy of CH2M HILL.