Nine H2S Scavenger Packages

Design-build turnkey delivery of nine H2S scavenging skids, including two of the largest H2S scavenging skid packages in Alberta.

Water Intake Engineering, Procurement, and Construction Management

Integrated Sustainability was retained by the client to design a revised river intake that reduces the volume of sediment that is introduced into the raw water supply system. The revised system is to provide increased reliability and easier maintenance. The new design would need to be completed and submitted to receive regulatory approval within a condensed timeline.

SAGD Water Security Assessment & Planning

The client requested that Integrated Sustainability conduct a water risk assessment that included the evaluation of source water, water use, and associated water-related risks in relation to its operations and anticipated developments.

Cogeneration Water Plant Upgrade

Retrofit an existing water treatment plant (WTP) to soften and reduce silica to acceptable feedwater levels for drum pressure of 425 psig.

SAGD Production Waste and Water Study

A study designed to provide a detailed overview of current operational conditions of a thermal energy plant, which consists of drafting piping and instrumentation diagram (P&IDs) and process flow diagrams (PFDs), sampling plan, and an evaluation of the water chemistry. Following the completion of the water chemistry evaluation, Integrated Sustainability conducted a multi-criteria evaluation which assessed water treatment technologies and optimization strategies to reduce disposal costs.

Biophysical Data Amalgamation

Integrated Sustainability has been retained for the amalgamation of biophysical data in anticipation of migration to a new data platform.

Water Hub & Intake Pipe

Integrated Sustainability was retained to execute the design phase of the client’s Water Hub and Intake Pipeline infrastructure project. The Water Hub and associated infrastructure was required to store and distribute 300,000 m³ of water between two storage ponds, while the Intake Pipeline utilized a pumping system to transport the water over 5.5 km from the source to the Water Hub.