Old river intake pump house now in the Site C Dam flood plain.
Drone shot of project site.
New addition to house new aerator system.
A temporary filter was installed to manage bypass water supply during the new nanofiltration treatment installations.
New addition roof looking north over Peace River.
The addition of a potable cistern was utilized to assist in the off-gassing of the new well raw water source.

Nanofiltration cannisters.

New Delco MTU water treatment unit arrives on site.

Unloading pre-filter tanks.

Delco MTU Reverse Osmosis with Nanofiltration unit installed.

All systems are go!

Hudson’s Hope Water Treatment Facility Design-Build

Hudson's Hope, British Columbia (northeast BC, along Peace River)

This active project involves modifications to Hudson’s Hope’s water treatment plant and installation of a new, direct-feed nano-filtration system. Hudson’s Hope, a community of around 1,000 people, is located in northeast BC, 90 km west of Fort St. John, 75 km upstream from where the new Site C Dam is under construction on the Peace River, and 6 km downstream from the Peace Canyon Dam. The existing water intake system from the adjacent Peace River needs to be replaced due to the system being displaced when the new reservoir is created behind the Site C dam. To save the District money, the existing sanitary system will be used. 

NRCA’s NorthWORKS magazine Feature Article: Bringing Hope and Clean Water to Hudson’s Hope
Challenges
  • Accelerated schedule to meet downstream work at Site C Dam.
  • High methane gas content in the well water.
  • Environmentally sensitive area in the Peace River Valley.
Additional Scope Items
  • New pitless adapters, commissioning of wells.
  • New civil installations (water, sanitary discharge).
  • Structural building modifications.
  • Temporary bypass filtration set up.
  • New nanofiltration system.
  • New bulk gas aeration system.
  • New process piping.
  • Work from heights.

Hudson’s Hope Water Treatment Facility Design-Build

Hudson's Hope, British Columbia (northeast BC, along Peace River)

This active project involves modifications to Hudson’s Hope’s water treatment plant and installation of a new, direct-feed nano-filtration system. Hudson’s Hope, a community of around 1,000 people, is located in northeast BC, 90 km west of Fort St. John, 75 km upstream from where the new Site C Dam is under construction on the Peace River, and 6 km downstream from the Peace Canyon Dam. The existing water intake system from the adjacent Peace River needs to be replaced due to the system being displaced when the new reservoir is created behind the Site C dam. To save the District money, the existing sanitary system will be used. 

NRCA’s NorthWORKS magazine Feature Article: Bringing Hope and Clean Water to Hudson’s Hope
Challenges
  • Accelerated schedule to meet downstream work at Site C Dam.
  • High methane gas content in the well water.
  • Environmentally sensitive area in the Peace River Valley.
Additional Scope Items
  • New pitless adapters, commissioning of wells.
  • New civil installations (water, sanitary discharge).
  • Structural building modifications.
  • Temporary bypass filtration set up.
  • New nanofiltration system.
  • New bulk gas aeration system.
  • New process piping.
  • Work from heights.
Old river intake pump house now in the Site C Dam flood plain.
Drone shot of project site.
New addition to house new aerator system.
A temporary filter was installed to manage bypass water supply during the new nanofiltration treatment installations.
New addition roof looking north over Peace River.
The addition of a potable cistern was utilized to assist in the off-gassing of the new well raw water source.

Nanofiltration cannisters.

New Delco MTU water treatment unit arrives on site.

Unloading pre-filter tanks.

Delco MTU Reverse Osmosis with Nanofiltration unit installed.

All systems are go!