222 Mapleview Dr. W., Ste. 300, Barrie, Ontario L4N 9E7

St. Andrew’s Development

Penetanguishene, Ontario, Canada

Project Manager

Jeff McCuaig, P. Eng.

Technical Members

Edward Sanchez, P. Eng.

Brayden Mercer, C.Tech., rcjj

Kevin Filion, C.E.T.

Related Services

Project Overview

1145 Fuller Avenue, situated in the heart of St. Andrews Village, Penetanguishene, is a haven for nature enthusiasts offering an array of recreational and community building opportunities. Within Penetanguishene, residents have access to vital amenities such as public schools, Foodland, YMCA Childcare, and Georgian Bay General Hospital. The community also boasts an abundance of recreational facilities including the Penetanguishene Recreation Centre, the Yoga House, Park Place Recreation, Beach Volleyball Courts, fishing docks, and nature trails. Nature lovers can revel in the scenic beauty of St. Andrews Lake and explore attractions like Discovery Harbour, Huronia Historical Parks, Highland Point, Bayfort Camp, and Camp Simpresca, all conveniently located near 1145 Fuller Avenue. Adding to the town's charm is the 135-year-old Centennial Museum and Archives, fostering a sense of community and pride among its residents.

Located on a sprawling 7.2-hectare site, this development encompasses 126 single -family homes and 41 townhomes, all interconnected by 1.35 kilometers of roads. The stormwater is efficiently directed to two large stormwater management ponds through an extensive network of 900 meters of piping. Additionally, a sewage pumping station is strategically supplied by 1.32 kilometers of sanitary pipes and 420 meters of sanitary forcemain, ensuring effective wastewater management for the entire community.

Project Features

• Pump Station and Forcemain Design Drawings & Reports

• Contract Administration and Full-Time On-Site Construction Inspection

• General Review of Design Drawings completed by others & issuing revisions as required for cost saving measures

• Certification Lettres/Reports during the Warranty Phase

• Assumption Inspections with the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction