The Lambton Area Water Supply System (LAWSS) has initiated a project to replace the existing Port Lambton standpipe located at 447 West Ward Line, Port Lambton. The project will involve constructing a new standpipe at the existing site, demolishing and removing the existing standpipe, and various site upgrades.
The LAWSS is owned by its member municipalities and operated by the Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) on behalf of the LAWSS Joint Board of Management. LAWSS currently supplies water to over 100,000 customers within three Supply Systems that service the City of Sarnia, Village of Point Edward, Township of St. Clair, Municipality of Lambton Shores (Forest), Town of Plympton-Wyoming, Village of Watford/Township of Warwick and Municipality of Brooke-Alvinston.
Port Lambton Standpipe- Notice of Commencement
Port Lambton Standpipe- Presentation
Christopher Luney, PMP Sr. Project Manager
Rajkumar Roopchand, MSc., P.Eng.
Senior Project Manager
(519) 344-7429 Ext. 250