Hammond Bay Road at Ivy Lane Utilities

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Project Description

The Hammond Bay Road at Ivy Lane Utilities Project consists of:

  • Replacement of existing watermain along Hammond Bay Road from the Ivy Lane walkway heading south with a larger PVC main
  • Installation of a watermain loop up the Ivy Lane walkway to the existing watermain on Ivy Lane and replacement of the concrete walkway
  • Replacement of the existing sanitary sewer and storm drainage on Hammond Bay Road from the bus stop at 3007 Hammond Bay Road approximately 100m south
  • The existing sidewalk will be extended approximately 100m south from the bus stop
  • Replacement of the existing watermain along Hammond bay Road from Prince John Way to Rickers curve with a larger PVC main

The work area is divided into 2 zones as follows:

  • Zone 1 – Hammond Bay Road at Ivy Lane
  • Zone 2 – Hammond Bay Road at Prince John Way

A link below under the Documents section will be available after construction begins to provide a description of the schedule by zone. Schedule updates will be posted periodically throughout the project.

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work for this project will be Monday to Friday, 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, with work after hours and weekends as required.
  • Single lane traffic on Hammond Bay Road will be in place after 9:00am Monday to Friday.
  • Construction noise and vibration should be expected during working hours.
  • Residents and businesses will be notified 24 hours in advance of any scheduled water shutdowns.
  • Anticipate traffic pattern changes, and periodic night work.
  • If you live in the area and have young children, please advise them of the dangers of construction and the limited visibility of heavy equipment and trucks
  • Landscape restoration will be done at the end of the project.

Cost Estimate:

Estimate Construction Start Date: February 19, 2019

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