Honeywell Specialty Chemicals and General Chemical occupied a common site in Amherstburg, sharing common site services for ~25 years. When General Chemical closed its operations and began negotiations for new ownership, Honeywell needed to re-align services in order to eliminate their dependency on the neighbouring facility.
The design-build project, which had very strict deadlines, had to be completed in a manner that would not impede Honeywell’s ongoing operations. Dillon assisted Loaring Construction with detailed design, construction administration and on-site services, including the re-alignment of storm and sanitary gravity sewers and forcemains, sanitary pump station, domestic and firewater mains, and an independent hydrogen fluoride leakage suppression system that included a new 125,000 USG water storage tank, millwater mains and filtration system, and pump skid.
Civil Infrastructure Engineering