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Canada Summer Games 2022, THOROLD

At the peak of Niagara’s boldest summer yet, more than 5,000 young athletes and their coaches will gather to compete for the podium in Canada’s largest multi-sport event. On the road to glory, this shining generation of hopefuls will leave their mark on our community and on the country – transforming, inspiring, and unifying us all through the power of sport.

Peters Construction Group is proud to sponsor the 2022 Canada Summer Games.

Peters Construction Group is thrilled and privileged to be a part of this project. Our scope of work features all earthworks, including the excavation and construction of all roads, parking lots, tracks, and fields. We are also responsible for all site servicing and development, consisting of the supply and installation of all underground infrastructure, including the sanitary/storm sewers, watermains, and building services.

Peace Bridge Village Subdivision, Phase 2, FORT ERIE

Peace Bridge Village – Phase 2 is a new townhouse and single-family home development by Ashton Homes, currently in construction at 224 Garrison Road, Fort Erie. Peace Bridge Village – Phase 2 has a total of 74 units. Sizes range from 1,223 to 2,113 square feet.

Our scope of work features all earthworks, including the excavation and construction of all roads and driveways, as well as site development, consisting of building and grading all lots to proper grades. We are also responsible for all site servicing and development, consisting of the supply and installation of all underground infrastructure, including the sanitary/storm sewers, watermains, and services.

Sherkston Shores Expansion, PORT COLBORNE

South of the Sherkston hamlet area is the Sherkston Shores Resort community. This is a major resort/recreational development with many park model homes, mobile home sites, a water-filled quarry, a water slide and other amenities.

Our scope of work features all earthworks, including the excavation and construction of all roads and driveways, as well as site development, consisting of building and grading all lots to proper grades. We are also responsible for all site servicing and development, consisting of the supply and installation of all underground infrastructure, including the sanitary/storm sewers, watermains, utilities, and services.

Moffat Street Reconstruction, ST. CATHARINES

The Moffatt Street area is an isolated pocket of residential homes on the west side of the former Welland Canal valley lands, with several recent and future housing developments. The existing roadway has reached the end of its useful life, requiring a new road platform. 

Edgar/Elgin Sewer Separation, Phase 3, WELLAND

The infrastructure in this area of the city has exceeded its life expectancy. The goal of the project is to install the trunk storm and sanitary sewers to allow for complete sewer separation of the area, along with replacing aging cast iron watermains and rebuilding roads with new curb and sidewalk on the roads where the sewers are being separated.

Our scope of work includes the supply and installation of storm sewer, watermain, streetlighting, and traffic signals. All restoration works including concrete curbs and sidewalks, asphalt works, and landscaping.

PAST PROJECTS

Ashbridges Bay Water Treatment Plant, TORONTO

Located at 9 Leslie Street in Toronto’s east end, Ashbridges Bay is one of Canada’s largest and oldest wastewater treatment plants. The City of Toronto is undertaking several projects to prevent combined sewer overflows and improve water quality in the lower Don River, Taylor-Massey Creek, and Toronto Harbour.

Our scope of work included shoreline protection, the goal being to make the shoreline more resilient to erosion risks and increased flooding events resulting from intensifying weather events and climate change. Our work also included the excavation of structural concrete sewage conduits which were 10 feet wide x 10 feet tall x 500 feet long. 

Our excavation for the conduits involved depths of four metres below Lake Ontario, as well as immense dewatering systems. Furthermore, our scope of work included excavation for a new building facility, as well as the installation of site services for the building.

Commercial Plaza, 599 Main Street West, PORT COLBORNE

Located at 599 Main Street West in Port Colborne, this project involved a Pioneer gas station with convenience store, A&W restaurant, car wash, Valvoline lube shop and additional restaurant space.

Our scope of work featured all earthworks, including the excavation and construction of all roads, parking lots, and building foundations. We were also responsible for all site servicing and development, consisting of the supply and installation of all underground infrastructure, including the sanitary/storm sewers, watermains, and building services. 

Furthermore, we provided start-to-finish project management services, including building erection, inspections, contract administration, estimating and scheduling, health and safety compliance, co-ordination with subcontractors and suppliers, and submittals.

UPCOMING PROJECTS

One of the larger brownfields in Welland is the site of the former Union Carbide (UCAR) plant, built in 1914 as a branch plant of New York Union Carbide to manufacture calcium carbide used in producing acetylene gas. Two years later, Union Carbide bought Electro Metals, located just south of the original plant. Then Linde Air Products, a division of Union Carbide (Canada) Limited opened in 1925 to produce oxygen and acetylene. In 1929, Union Carbide acquired Acheson Graphite in Niagara Falls and moved it to Welland, where it started to make graphite electrodes.

Along Canal Bank Street facing the Welland Recreational Canal sits the 184.5-acre brownfield site. This upcoming project involves site remediation, restoration, and cleanup through segregating, managing, recycling and repurposing and the disposal of waste and contaminates.

Peters Environmental is proud and committed to helping communities and other stakeholders in economic redevelopment to work together to assess, safely clean up, and sustainably reuse brownfields.