We are currently engaged in Phase One of a future wastewater transfer station. This facility will eventually replace the existing adjacent transfer station. Phase One consists of building the underground wet wells which act as a holding facility prior to being pumped to the City for treatment. There are also mechanical and electrical upgrades which we are completing to the existing facility. There a is significant amount of re-routing to existing underground force mains to align with the new transfer station. The work also includes construction of a new chemical treatment and storage facility. The work also includes construction a new chemical treatment and storage facility. Due to the close proximity to the Bow River, we had to diligently plan to ensure there was no impact to the river. Our internal BIM and survey team were used to help the team understand the complexity of the base slab to ensure the proper layout of critical elevations. The existing sanitary forcemains that need to be rerouted to accommodate the new wet well construction are continuously active with all of Cochrane's wastewater. Diversion piping will need to be utilized to allow for the new services to be installed. A detailed plan will be created, along with emergency procedures in the event of an incident during rerouting.