Infrastructure

Dependable service

Reliable water and wastewater systems play a critical role in Canada’s future. Michels Canada understands this and is dedicated to maintaining and upgrading our existing infrastructure to by partnering with you to develop and install modern solutions. Our techniques are expansive and our people are experienced in pursuit of a unified goal: providing you with systems to thoughtfully and effectively meet the public’s needs.

After photo from using a spray application of geopolymer mortar to rehabilitate of a utility hole.

Sewer and Water Rehab

Ocean Park Trunk Utility Hole Rehabilitation

BC

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Ocean Park Trunk Utility Hole Rehabilitation

Michels Canada completed a 117-metre long, 2,121-mm diameter tunnel as an outfall for a new wastewater treatment plant on Vancouver Island.

Tunneling

McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant outfall

BC

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McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant outfall

Using a spray applied geopolymer mortar lining, the Michels crew structurally rehabilitated 165 metres of the 2900 x 1825mm corrugated steel pipe-arch storm sewer.

Sewer and Water Rehab

West Humber River Trail Storm Sewer Rehabilitation

ON

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West Humber River Trail Storm Sewer Rehabilitation

Michels performed a pilot study to rehabilitate a deteriorating segment of 2,642-millimetre diameter sanitary sewer, approximately 30 metres long.

Sewer and Water Rehab

16th Ave Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation

ON

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16th Ave Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation

Michels built a 148-metre long, 1.8-metre diameter tunnel under the Mary Hill Bypass, a major four-lane highway in the Vancouver metropolitan area, to house a 1.5-metre diameter water main.

Tunneling

Port Mann Main No. 2

BC

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Port Mann Main No. 2

The parallel tunnels both run a length of 1500m at a below ground depth of approximately 14m in Saskatoon.

Tunneling

McOrmond Drive Sanitary & Sewer

SK

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McOrmond Drive Sanitary & Sewer

Michels Canada is a partner in the design-bid-build project for the 6.3-metre diameter Coxwell Bypass Tunnel.

Tunneling

Coxwell Bypass Tunnel

ON

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Coxwell Bypass Tunnel

Michels Canada used Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) to install a 36-inch steel pipe under Deadhorse Creek.

Horizontal Directional Drilling

Line 3 Replacement Deadhorse Creek Crossing

Manitoba

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Line 3 Replacement Deadhorse Creek Crossing

Michels was subcontracted to provide all labour, equipment and materials required to complete two 36-inch diameter Horizontal Directional Drills (HDDs) on the King's North Connection Project, an 11-kilometre pipeline project.

Horizontal Directional Drilling

King's North Connection Project HDD

ON

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King's North Connection Project HDD

Cured-in-Place Pipe

Saskatoon East and West Lining

Saskatchewan, Canaada

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Saskatoon East and West Lining

Michels completed a Microtunneling project for the city of Edmonton.

Tunneling

Big Lake W14

AB

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Big Lake W14

Michels used HDD to complete a 800 metre of 12-inch pipe installation under the St. Lawrence River.

Horizontal Directional Drilling

St. Lawrence River Crossing

ON

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St. Lawrence River Crossing

Horizontal Directional Drilling

Ocean Sciences Center

Canada

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Ocean Sciences Center