This project began in May 2020 and was mostly completed in October 2020. The project scope included drainage upgrades, concrete reconstruction (including growth sidewalk work along the southside of 58 Avenue and as well as along the Gateway Boulevard service road), roadway rehabilitation with a new asphalt overlay in addition to minor landscaping restoration.
Outstanding work in the area include:
EPCOR Technologies will be installing new street lighting on 58 Avenue, 103-104 Street and 59 Avenue, 103A-104 Street. New street lighting installation will take place starting in mid April 2021 and is anticipated to be completed by early May 2021.
Minor deficiency work will take place in summer 2021, which includes the placement of sod in areas where landscaping restoration could be not fully completed in 2020 due to weather constraints.
Additional deficiency work will occur in summer 2021 as required in accordance with final project inspections. This may include isolated sections of asphalt or concrete repairs in the area.
Construction is located primarily on 119 Avenue from 21 Street to 24 Street, and on 32 Street from 120 Avenue to 121 Avenue. The work is primarily road reconstruction (which will include removal of existing asphalt and road base, placement of new road base, miscellaneous concrete repairs, and asphalt paving). In other areas, road rehabilitation will occur through a less invasive method of mill and overlay.
The scope of the project entails the removal and replacement of isolated sections of public sidewalk, curb and gutter, and commercial accesses, the rehabilitation and repaving of the roadways, and minor landscaping restoration.
Bulletins were mailed out to all impacted properties in February 2021. City construction bulletins will be hand delivered to all impacted properties in late April 2021. Prior to construction, the contractor working on behalf of the City will deliver an additional bulletin which will outline their anticipated start/finish dates along with their contact information.
Renewal consists of the removal and replacement of isolated sections of public sidewalks, curbs and gutters, and commercial accesses, as well as the rehabilitation and paving of the roadways. Construction will happen from May to September 2021.
Renewal consists of rehabilitating the existing roadways highlighted on the map in the construction bulletin, maintaining current driveways and maintaining a rural cross section (curb and gutter will not be added). Construction activities will take place from May to September 2021.
Renewal includes rehabilitating the Mark Messier Trail Service Road between 156 Street and Mark Messier Trail. The project includes rehabilitating the existing roadway, maintaining current driveways and maintaining a rural cross section (curb and gutter will not be added). Construction activities will take place from May to September 2021.
Renewal in Winterburn Industrial Park East and Winterburn Industrial Park West includes rehabilitating the existing roadways highlighted on the bulletin and maintaining current driveways. The project does not include any changes to the roadway. Ditches will remain and no curbs or gutters will be added.
As a part of the Neighbourhood Renewal Program, the City will be coordinating road construction in industrial neighbourhoods. Prior to construction starting, property owners will receive a bulletin outlining the estimated start and finish dates and contact information.
Industrial Neighbourhood Renewal consists of road rehabilitation and road reconstruction, depending on the condition of the road. Road rehabilitation includes asphalt overlay, or road reclamation first, then an asphalt overlay. Road reconstruction removes the existing asphalt and road base, and replaces it with a new road base and asphalt paving. Other spot concrete repairs are done as well.
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