Top 50 Canadian Water Projects 2024: Graham Ranks with Five

May 23, 2024

Graham is pleased to announce our inclusion on Water Canada Magazine’s list of the Top 50 Canadian Water Projects 2024.

“Being part of this list underscores our capabilities in this sector, our dedication to addressing critical water infrastructure needs, and our contribution to the sustainable future of our communities.” –Mark Livingston, Vice President, Operations, Graham.

In various construction capacities, Graham was involved in five projects spanning wastewater treatment, stormwater management, and flood protection, geographically spread over British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Ontario.

The projects include:

  • Don River and Central Waterfront & Connected Projects (ranking #4) – Toronto, ON
  • Annacis Island Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion (ranking #7) – Delta, BC
  • Springbank Off-stream Reservoir (ranking #9) – Calgary, AB
  • Bonnybrook Wastewater Treatment Plant D Expansion (ranking #11) – Calgary, AB
  • Buffalo Pound WWTP Renewal Project (ranking #17) – Regina, SK

Read project details and rankings for all 50 projects in Water Canada’s online publication.


The selection criteria for this list required that projects have secured funding and reached at least the design stage but did not include hydro-electric projects.

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