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Roof raised at new water reservoir in Limoges

Posted on 31st March 2018 by monlimoges in Limoges & Forest,Village of Limoges

WaterThe roof has been added to the brand new water reservoir in Village Limoges. ASCO Construction added the roof to the $900,000 project at the Limoges Water Treatment Plant on Limoges Road in March 2018.

The “glass-fused-to-steel bolted water storage tank” will provide drinking water for Limoges in The Nation Municipality. ASCO Construction has been building the new water reservoir over the 2017-18 winter season.

As noted in the plans, the tank will “have a nominal diameter of 24.8 meters, with a nominal sidewall height (to roof eave) of 4.0 meters (and a capacity of) 1450 m3 at 3.6 meters liquid depth (usable volume).”

Village Limoges is a young, endearing community nestled at the doorstep of Canada’s national capital region. Straddling both The Nation Municipality and Russell Township, the village borders the great Larose Forest, one of Ontario’s largest forests. As part of both municipalities, the village sits in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell.

As noted by ASCO Construction, the company “is committed to becoming the preferred single source construction solution and services provider in Eastern Canada. By staying focused on providing consistently outstanding service and value, we will warrant repeat and referral business which will fuel the growth of our people, our partners and our organization.”