You can expect to experience typical construction activities during this work. Here are the details about what you can expect during construction.
To try to understand and reduce the construction impacts to the public, we've met with community leagues and other organizations that will be impacted by the work.
While we complete this work, you can expect to see activity that's typical to construction, including company/ contractor vehicles and equipment in your neighborhood.
- The construction area will be fenced/restricted.
- Approximately ten employees may be on site at a time.
- Work will create typical noise associated with construction.
- Noise abatement measures will be implemented at the 24-hours a day tunneling sites to comply with City of Edmonton standards.
- Heavy trucks will be moving through residential streets.
Safety is our first priority. All work areas will be fenced off and secured and flagging personnel will be used where necessary.
Work may be delayed due to extreme weather, such as lightning, cold temperatures, and wind. Updates will be provided if original timelines are adjusted.
Hours of work
There may be odour during the sewer tie-in work at:
This work is anticipated to take 3 to 4 weeks to complete.
Odour mitigation measures will be implemented by the contractor during construction tie-in activity.
Vehicles related to construction may be parked on the road near the construction sites. No parking signs may also be placed in certain areas.
Sidewalks, walkways, pedestrian crossings
Detours will be created for any sidewalk / pedestrian crossing closures.
Lighting structures will be placed low within the worksite to minimize light from spilling outside the worksite.
- The Haul Route is the system of roads between a worksite and the nearest major intersection that construction vehicles will take when entering and exiting the worksite.
- During this work, you'll see heavy traffic along the haul routes. Tandem trucks and equipment will be coming down the haul route 5-7 times a day.