Amherstburg Wastewater Pollution Control Plant Expansion and Upgrading Environmental Assessment Study
This joint study (CH2M Hill prime consultant) investigated the 20 year projection capacity of the Amherstburg WWPCP along with its upgrade from a primary treatment facility. HGS Limited's primary responsibilities included local public liaison, sewer system analyses, flow monitoring/condition assessment of the existing separated and combined systems and preliminary design and budget preparation. The study was expanded to include two additional PCP treatment areas.
Howard Avenue Corridor Improvements Environment Assessment Study
HGS Limited was the prime consultant for this joint project with McCormick Rankin Corporation. The Howard Avenue corridor is an arterial road, 7kms in length, in residential and major commercial/retail areas with cross-sections between 2 and 6 lanes. It also includes interchanges with two expressways. The study addressed capacity, safety and operational improvements on Howard Avenue between Highway 3 and Grand Marais Road in accordance with the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment. Recommended alternative included road widening, improvement of pedestrian and bicycle facilities and improvements to the Dougall Parkway/Howard Avenue interchange and the South Cameron/DRTP Rail/Division Road intersection complex.
Master Servicing Study and Development Plan for the LaSalle Town Centre Southeastern Quadrant
HGS Limited was the prime consultant for this joint project with McCormick Rankin Corporation and Brook McIlroy. The team carried out a Master Servicing Study and co-ordinated Development Plan for the Southeastern Quadrant of the LaSalle Town Centre Planning District. The Plan Boundaries encompasses 673 hectares of Greenfield development land with an expected residential neighbourhood of approximately 20,000 persons. The intent of the Master Plan is to facilitate the development of a co-ordinated, properly serviced and liveable residential neighbourhood. The Infrastructure Master Plan ensures that future development needs can be serviced in a co-ordinated, cost effective and environmentally responsible manner. It is based on a minimum 20 year planning horizon for the complete build-out of the Development Plan. Public participation was encouraged through workshops and public information centres.