The District of Lake Country required better stabilization of the domestic water supply and pressure from its mountain lake source. Historically, the District relied on aging multiple pressure reducing stations to provide consistent water supply and pressure to its domestic and agricultural users. This existing system could no longer meet the District’s increasing demand and a new system was required. The District developed a strategy to eliminate the multiple pressure reducing stations and provide a balancing reservoir to improve their water supply. The plan included two construction contracts for fast tracking purposes to ensure the entire project was available for Spring completion. The first contract was for the balancing reservoir and the second was for the process facility. Maple Reinders was awarded the process facility contract after a competitive tendering process. This contract included a 240 m2 building, pressure reducing valves, control valves, new gaseous chlorination disinfection system, electrical and controls as well as all process piping. The pressure reducing valves dropped the supply pressure of 300psi to zero for discharge into the reservoir. Both contracts were completed on time and the District of Lake Country was able to put the facility into full operation for the summer irrigation season.