The Columbia Pump Station is a combined wastewater pumping station comprising of both sanitary and storm wastewater systems. As general contractor, Tritech was responsible for providing a fully functional standby power system to the existing Columbia Pump Station in Vancouver.
Construction, Installation and Commissioning Columbia Pump Station Genset
Tritech’s scope of work for this project included:
Installation of pre-purchased equipment:
- standby diesel generator (500 kW) with sub-base diesel fuel tank into an existing genset room in the pump station
- 3-way manual transfer switch
- Genset remote radiator in custom enclosure located on the roof
- Auxiliary diesel fuel cooler and charge air cooler to be mounted adjacent to the genset
Supply and installation of miscellaneous equipment:
- Fuel storage tank, fuel transfer pumps, fuel access enclosure for fuel delivery and associated instrumentation and controls.
- HVAC modifications including Harmonic Filter, supply air fan, exhaust fan, wetwell supply, air fan, and ducting between the Plenum and Genset rooms.
- All piping, valves, and mechanical equipment
- Provide Sound Absorbing Insulation in Generator Room
- Steel support system fabrication, grip-span metal flooring and removal guardrail for the new platform in genset room
- Addition of Acoustic Glazing on Inside Storm Windows
- Replacement of Existing Door with New Acoustic Door.
- New Fuel Access Enclosure and New Electrical Cable Access Panel