Nassau Guard Gate Replacement

In 2019, the project won the OPWA Award for Public Works Project of the Year, Disaster/Emergency Construction / Repair, $10-$50 Million

CIMA+ was commissioned by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) to undertake the design and oversee construction of the Nassau Guard Gate at the entrance of the Trent Canal. The gate is designed to protect the Trent Canal from potential flooding of the Otonabee River and is a critical piece of infrastructure to protect the City of Peterborough from flooding and to protect the historic Peterborough Lift Lock system. CIMA+ was involved at all stages of design, from conceptual development , option analysis and selection of preferred solution,  detailed engineering design, preparation of tender and IFC documents and drawings, to construction supervision and commissioning.

This 386 km long  waterway traverses two major watersheds, the Trent River Watershed and the Severn River Watershed. The water levels and flows on the waterway are managed by 143 dams.