NE Area Storm – Sturgeon River Outfall (Project 5)
|Posted:||Thursday, June 27, 2019|
|Closing:||Thursday, July 18, 2019 by 02:00:00 pm|
|Contact:||Aleks Cieply, Senior Project Manager
Capital Projects Office, City of St. Albert
|Web Link:||Read the Opportunity Notice ›|
The City of St. Albert (hereinafter referred to as the ‘City’) is requesting proposals from qualified, licensed professional consulting engineering firms to provide engineering design, stakeholder engagement and land acquisition services for the Northeast Storm Sewer Trunk and Outfall. The purpose of this project includes investigating and designing a stormwater transmission method through a best-fit utility corridor including an outfall into the Sturgeon River.
The planning for this sustainable piece of infrastructure supports multiple developments within the northeast and proactively plans for the management and conveyance of collected stormwater. Effectively conveying collected stormwater into the Sturgeon River will facilitate the long-term environmental sustainability of the river valley and watershed.
The City is looking for a comprehensive and holistic solution that incorporates best practices and mitigates environmental impacts with the overall goal of designing a system that optimizes operations and the long-term hydraulics of the system.