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Mark Butler

B.Sc.Eng., P.Eng., LEED AP
Partner / Operations Lead
E: mbutler@dillon.ca

Bio

Mark has over 21 years of experience in water treatment, wastewater treatment, hydraulic modelling and municipal infrastructure design and construction. His experience has encompassed various aspects of municipal infrastructure including asset management, feasibility studies, facility capacity assessments, design of collection and pumping systems, water transmission and distribution, road upgrades, stormwater management and design and process and hydraulic design of several water and wastewater treatment facilities.

Wastewater Collection and Treatment System - Dominion and Bridgeport, NS

Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) retained Dillon to complete the design, tendering and contract administration of this wastewater collection and treatment system constructed in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM). The system includes a SBR wastewater treatment plant producing a secondary level effluent. Other major components of the treatment system include fine screens, vortex grit removal, sludge dewatering and UV disinfection. The plant discharges to an existing outfall located in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Water Treatment Plant - New Waterford, NS

The New Waterford WTP provides treated water to approximately 9,000 people located in New Waterford, Scotchtown, Lingan and New Victoria. The sources of water for the facility are the Waterford and Kilkenny lakes. Water is piped through a 500 mm diameter water intake to the WTP with a capacity to treat 9.8 MLD (2.15 MIGD). The facility took 17 months to complete from the start of construction to commissioning.

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Water Treatment Plant - Inuvik, NT

The Town of Inuvik owned and operated two water supply and associated treatment facilities to provide potable water for the community on a year-round basis. The pre-existing water treatment plants were reaching intended lifespans and needed to be upgraded or replaced. A new water treatment plant opened in March 2017. This new plant allows Inuvik to have a single source of water year round as opposed to relying on water from Hidden Lake in the summer and the Mackenzie River in the winter. Dillon designed a new water treatment solution that draws water from a single source instead of the two water supplies. 

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Wastewater Treatment Facility - Halifax, NS

Dillon and Maple/Maxim Joint Venture completed the design, project administration, construction supervision and commissioning of the new facility under a design-build delivery model. The $64M Eastern Passage Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) provides for projected community growth, as well as an upgraded treatment system consistent with industry standards.

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Wastewater Treatment Facility - Amherst, NS

Beginning with its founding in 1764, Amherst, like many Canadian communities, discharged its municipal wastewater untreated to nearby watercourses. For many years, the town’s raw sanitary effluent discharged to a series of outfalls along the Amherst Marsh, with the flow proceeding to the LaPlanche River and ultimately the Bay of Fundy. Efforts to address the town’s wastewater treatment requirements extend back to 1979. Following Dillon’s preparation of the detailed design and tender documents and the selection of Brycon Construction Limited as the general contractor, development of the $11 million facility was initiated in June 2010, with the official opening taking place in October 2012. This project received the Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Excellence in Engineering from Engineers Nova Scotia in 2014

 
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