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This project involved the construction of a wharf 130 m long and with a 12 m draft depth for mooring vessels of up to 35,000 kg dead weight.
The wharf is 25.12 m in length and the quay has a length of 22.08 m.
The City of Toronto Deep Lake Water Cooling (DLWC) system is the world’s largest cooling solution of its kind.
Expansion of the navigation channel from a bottom depth of 80 m to 120 m, allowing access to larger vessels and the possibility of incorporating new commercial routes.