Clear solutions for healthy communities.

Project Management

Need a conceptual design and environmental assessment for a regional water supply system? Looking to design and construct a new water or wastewater treatment plant? Whatever the project, our team can provide the expertise to make it run smoothly. SaskWater’s project management services rely on proven industry best practices to provide maximum value for our clients. Through years of experience developing water and wastewater infrastructure across the province, we’ve honed the knowledge and skills to manage the successful execution of your community’s project.

In the past year SaskWater’s Engineering department provided project management services on 40 infrastructure projects.

Experience & Expertise

Our diverse team of project managers, engineers, technologists and operators work together to understand our client’s projects and their respective requirements.  We offer flexible solutions and project management services to meet the unique needs of each project from concept through to construction.

 We can support you in:

  • Business case/economics analysis
  • Cost estimation and project controls
  • Scheduling
  • Project scoping
  • Feasibility or conceptual studies
  • Front End Engineering Design (FEED)/pre-FEED studies
  • Construction management and support
  • Quality assurance and control
  • Maintenance and operation
  • Vendor management, procurement and prequalification
  • Environmental/regulatory approvals and permitting
  • Specification and standards development

We have helped customers through planning and design, to construction and financing, through to operation and maintenance of their water infrastructure projects.

Northern Saskatchewan Projects

SaskWater has a long and successful track record managing the design and construction of water and wastewater infrastructure in Northern Saskatchewan on behalf of the Ministry of Government Relations. Our Prince Albert based team provides technical advice and support to northern communities and First Nations, including responding to community emergencies related to water infrastructure.