We were part of a team that designed and oversaw the construction of a 160 ML/day membrane water treatment plant and educational facility. The facility recovers over 99% of all process waste water and uses excess water to irrigate surrounding drought resistant landscaping. The building has been designed to meet the requirements of the Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) program and was awarded a Gold certification level in December 2006. At the time of its construction this was the only accredited Gold water plant in Canada.
The Kamloops Centre for Water Quality is now 10 years old. We put together a video using pieces from an original video we produced when the centre was first opened. We used about 7 minutes from the original video and added some before and after shots of the centre to show the changes in 10 years.
City of Kamloops, BC