The Lighthouse Pub Project is located in the heart of Port Renfrew. Developer, Jack Julseth, of Three Point Properties hired MSR Solutions Inc. for the job. This project encompasses the consolidation of three existing wastewater treatment systems into one. The Renfrew Pub, Seaside Cottages, and Lighthouse Pub will all tie into one system. The Renfrew Pub is where everyone from locals to hikers comes to enjoy a good bite to eat. The Pub has an extensive patio section where people can appreciate the view of Snuggery Cove.
Just next door are the Seaside Cottages. The Seaside Cottages comprise 13 charming cottages that are right on the ocean. The cottages range from two bedroom units to studio units each with a patio to relish in the surrounding nature.
Rebuilding the Pub
The Lighthouse Pub is currently being built after the original pub burned in 2017. The new pub will house a 60 room hostel, and restaurant. It will also serve as a pick up location for outdoor sporting rental equipment. The Lighthouse Pub will be a budget accommodation option for tourist who want to explore all that Port Renfrew has to offer.
This project requires filing the product system under the Municipal Wastewater Regulation as the combined sewage loading exceeds the Sewerage System Regulation. A filing under the Municipal Wastewater Regulation requires extensive research and design to ensure the protection of the community and surrounding environment. An end date for the project is not in view as the project has encountered some complications.
The MSR members on this project are Mike Seymour (lead engineer), Karl Williaume (project engineer) and Clare Robinson (drafting support).
This has been a complicated project from the get-go. MSR Solutions has worked hard and continues to work on delivering an economical and robust system.
MSR Solutions developed a new method for a dam demolition which we needed done on a short timeline. We would not have completed the work on time without the interim solution that MSR Solutions provided for us. The Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development accepted the proposal and we were able to complete our project on time.
JP Martin, Three Point Properties