Northwest Stormwater Management Plan
PROJECT. Northwest Storm Water Management Phase I Construction
LOCATION. Town of Ponoka
OWNER. Town of Ponoka.
START DATE. 2009
COMPLETION DATE. 2010
CONSTRUCTION COST. $800,000
TAGISH’S ROLE. Prime Consultant
Tagish Engineering has completed an overall Storm Water Management Plan for the entire Northwest area of the Town of Ponoka. Phase 1 consisted of creating a storm water retention area by constructing a berm across an existing wetland and providing an adequate outlet to the Battle River, which included the construction of 400 metres of 1200mm diameter piping and 300 metres of channel excavation.
300m of HDPE Storm Main installation, 1200mm diameter Weholite
100m of Concrete Storm Main, 1200mm diameter CL76 Class III
Supply and Installation of 1800mm Concrete Manholes
300m of Channel Excavation, including erosion protection
Berm Construction including granular sub drains and headwall installations.
Cattle Gate installation and fencing
Construction Surveys, Observation & Inspection
Preliminary Engineering which included
Detailed Design and Tender Preparation of Phase 1 Infrastructure
Project Management and Contract Administration
Obtaining proper provincial and municipal approvals
Negotiations with local landowners regarding access
Detailed preliminary site surveys