Barging in equipment and supplies on Finlay River.
Remote concrete mixing.
Pumphouse with water treatment plant.
Some of the local workers inside the pumphouse standing next to the water treatment system. Yes, this was during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. We made it through together. Thanks guys for your hard work and Kwadacha Nation for your hospitality!

Form work for reservoir. Fly forms used for ease of forming.

Form work for reservoir.
Inside reservoir.

Site excavation and start of forming for reservoir.

Roof slab scaffolding for reservoir.

Inside reservoir after removal of scaffolding and plywood.

Reservoir opening.

Kwadacha Water Reservoir and Pumphouse with Water Treatment Plant

Fort Ware, British Columbia
Construction of a new concrete reservoir and pumphouse with water treatment. Project included two new wells and decommissioning of old pumphouse and water tower. Located in Fort Ware BC, this project took place in the most remote community in BC. Because of the location, Industra was forced to self perform excavation, concrete batching, concrete placing, siding, roofing, framing, insulation and drywalling
Additional Scope Items
  • Concrete water reservoir (450,000 gallons) construction.
  • Pumphouse and interconnected civil piping.
  • New well pumps and valving.
  • Old tower and pumphouse demolition.
Testimonials
Working with Industra was a pleasure. They were professional and provided a quality product, despite some significant challenges. I hope to get to work with them again.”
Robyn S, Associated Engineering
Industra exceeded expectations on this challenging project. While there were several unforeseen “surprises” on this project, the Industra team handled it in stride and never attempted to defer responsibility. Overall, the Industra team was a pleasure to work with.
Justin C, R. Radloff & Associates
Fort Ware, BC. Kwadacha Nation.

Kwadacha Water Reservoir and Pumphouse with Water Treatment Plant

Fort Ware, British Columbia
Construction of a new concrete reservoir and pumphouse with water treatment. Project included two new wells and decommissioning of old pumphouse and water tower. Located in Fort Ware BC, this project took place in the most remote community in BC. Because of the location, Industra was forced to self perform excavation, concrete batching, concrete placing, siding, roofing, framing, insulation and drywalling
Additional Scope Items
  • Concrete water reservoir (450,000 gallons) construction.
  • Pumphouse and interconnected civil piping.
  • New well pumps and valving.
  • Old tower and pumphouse demolition.
Testimonials
Working with Industra was a pleasure. They were professional and provided a quality product, despite some significant challenges. I hope to get to work with them again.”
Robyn S, Associated Engineering
Industra exceeded expectations on this challenging project. While there were several unforeseen “surprises” on this project, the Industra team handled it in stride and never attempted to defer responsibility. Overall, the Industra team was a pleasure to work with.
Justin C, R. Radloff & Associates
Fort Ware, BC. Kwadacha Nation.
Barging in equipment and supplies on Finlay River.
Remote concrete mixing.
Pumphouse with water treatment plant.
Some of the local workers inside the pumphouse standing next to the water treatment system. Yes, this was during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. We made it through together. Thanks guys for your hard work and Kwadacha Nation for your hospitality!

Form work for reservoir. Fly forms used for ease of forming.

Form work for reservoir.
Inside reservoir.

Site excavation and start of forming for reservoir.

Roof slab scaffolding for reservoir.

Inside reservoir after removal of scaffolding and plywood.

Reservoir opening.