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Pond and Landscape Upgrade at the Winnipeg Tax Centre

The Winnipeg Taxation Centre is in East Winnipeg on a large 10-hectare site adjacent to major thoroughfares. Constructed in 1979 at 66 Stapon Road, this is a large footprint (31,710 gross area - square meters), two-storey building with a rentable space of 27,922 square meters. South of the building is a storm water retention pond that also serves as a contemplative and reflecting pond. The retention pond was designed as a storm drainage pond to capture excess rain and snow melt from around the property. Water samples taken from the retention pond indicate that the body of water is in a eutrophic state which means the water has high nutrients and low dissolved oxygen, resulting in excessive aquatic growth and an odor. An aeration system will be installed and placed on a concrete pad and covered with a lockable sound booth. Two floating fountains will be spaced evenly in the pond and include a total of six LED lights. LG Sonic E-Line Ultrasound Algae Control will be installed with a 2-E-line system and a control panel. The contractor will maintain wetlands shoreline plants and native grasses for one year in the riparian zone. In addition the on-site irrigation system will be upgraded with new underground piping, valves, and pumps.The Winnipeg Taxation Centre is in East Winnipeg on a large 10-hectare site adjacent to major thoroughfares. Constructed in 1979 at 66 Stapon Road, this is a large footprint (31,710 gross area - square meters), two-storey building with a rentable space of 27,922 square meters. South of the building is a storm water retention pond that also serves as a contemplative and reflecting pond. The retention pond was designed as a storm drainage pond to capture excess rain and snow melt from around the property. Water samples taken from the retention pond indicate that the body of water is in a eutrophic state which means the water has high nutrients and low dissolved oxygen, resulting in excessive aquatic growth and an odor. An aeration system will be installed and placed on a concrete pad and covered with a lockable sound booth. Two floating fountains will be spaced evenly in the pond and include a total of six LED lights. LG Sonic E-Line Ultrasound Algae Control will be installed with a 2-E-line system and a control panel. The contractor will maintain wetlands shoreline plants and native grasses for one year in the riparian zone. In addition the on-site irrigation system will be upgraded with new underground piping, valves, and pumps.


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Public Services and Procurement Canada
Dana Grindean, Environmental Officer
310 - 269 Main Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3C 1B3
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 1B3
Telephone: 431-374-6412
Email: Dana.Grindean@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca


  • Location

    • Winnipeg (Manitoba)
  • Nature of Activity

    • Building and Property Development
    • Water Management
  • Assessment Status

    In progress
  • Start Date

    2021-01-25
  • Proponent

    Not applicable
  • Authorities

    • Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • Assessment Type

    Project on federal lands
  • Reference Number

    81314

Nearby assessments

..within 200 kilometres
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