2019 Construction Season

We're busy planning projects for the upcoming construction season. Construction schedules are always weather-dependent and could be subject to change without notice.

Current Projects

Storm Water Lift Stations
building upgrades

Two storm water lift station buildings, located at 5907 50 Avenue and 6611 67 Street, will be undergoing construction between March and June to improve operational systems and expand the lifespan of both facilities.

Both projects will be completed simultaneously and will take approximately 16 weeks to complete building renovations and spring construction work.

Major road closures are not anticipated as a result of these projects.

Upcoming projects

Edgar Industrial Drive
CPR Bridge Rehabilitation

The bridge over the CPR tracks on Edgar Industrial Drive will be undergoing a major rehabilitation to replace deteriorated elements and upgrade safety components, extending the life of the structure. Work is expected to last approximately two months, weather dependent. During construction, traffic will be restricted to a single lane of alternating traffic controlled by temporary traffic lights. On occasion, full closures of the bridge will be required. Pedestrians and cyclists will be accommodated at all times.

Signs will be in place to notify drivers and pedestrians of detours and closures. Traffic delays are expected while this work is underway. Drivers are reminded to slow down when driving in construction zones and obey all signs. Pedestrians are reminded to cross only at designated crosswalks. All road construction is weather dependent and schedules may be subject to change.

Tentative construction timeline: mid-June to mid-August 

West Park 41 Street/56 Avenue
water main replacement

Environmental Services is planning to replace the water main along 41 Street from 56 Avenue to 57 Avenue, and along 56 Avenue from 39 Street to 41 Street. Temporary lane and road closures will affect traffic on 39 Street, 41 Street, 56 Avenue and 57 Avenue at varying times.

Construction is tentatively scheduled to start April 29, 2019 and should take approximately eight weeks to complete, nearing the end of June.