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New track surfacing at Northshore/Heritage Woods Secondary field, May 30th
The City’s contractor (Ocean Marker Ltd.) will be onsite installing new track surfacing at Northshore/Heritage Woods Secondary field, starting on or about May 30th. Work is expected to take 21 days to complete. Access to the artificial turf field will be maintained during most of the construction period to accommodate scheduled field use, however, there will be a need to close all field access between June 19th to June 27th. The full closure timeframe is weather dependent; updated information on this will be provided as work progresses.
Should you have specific questions, or require more information, please contact the City's Project Manager (George MacDuff, 604.469.4710 (t) |firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Sewer Inspection - various sites, College Park/Glenayre
The City of Port Moody has contracted Mar-Tech Underground Services to conduct a video inspection of a few segments of sewer main prior to undertaking repair work starting Monday, May 15. Crews will need to access manholes on various properties - those property owners have been contacted.
Following the inspection, Mar-Tech Underground Services will be undertaking repairs on the same sewer mains. The existing sanitary sewer pipe will be relined to minimize disruption to residents and maximize the life of the pipe.
Ioco Road repairs - Rec Centre to Bedwell Bay Rd - weather permitting.
Crews will be working to repair damage to Ioco Road & Bedwell Bay Rd caused by harsh winter conditions. Repairs will go from Ioco near the Recreation Complex to 1st Avenue up through to Bedwell Bay Rd. Work is dependent on weather – and will take place over the course of the next couple of week.
There will be multiple crews working at various spots which will require single lane alternating traffic at each spot. Flag personnel will be on site to direct traffic. Although we will do our best to lessen the impact of the work, please allow yourself extra time if you have to travel on Ioco Road.
We apologize in advance for the inconvenience, however the road is in bad shape and needs repair as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience.
Mount Royal Drive Water Main Utility Improvements Feb - May 2017
Water main utility improvements on Mount Royal Drive - construction works will be taking place from February 2017 to April 2017, between the hours of 7:00 am to 5:00pm. The hours of work are subject to change.
During the course of this project, traffic will be affected. Traffic control personnel will be on site when single lane alternating traffic is required. There will be no parking permitted in the construction zones, with “No Parking” signs installed a few days in advance.
Former Barnet Landfill site environmental upgrades
The City has awarded the construction contract for environmental upgrades to the former Barnet Landfill site, and work began in February. It’s expected the project will be finished by July 2017. The work includes installation of landfill cover and upgrades to storm water controls, to prevent rainwater from flowing down into Burrard Inlet. The remediation project also includes site grading and site preparation for future use. Click here for more information.
Kyle St. - half closure, Legion construction
Update - May 2 2017:
Kyle’s north bound curb lane, through lane, and the respective sidewalk between Spring Street and Clarke Street are closed during construction. Directional signage will be in place.
There may be intermittent full closures of Kyle street for short periods of time to permit staging of construction equipment and materials.
College Park Way: Road & Utility Improvements
As you are aware, the City of Port Moody’s site contractor has been actively working on road and utility improvements in your neighborhood. One of the key components of the program is the reconstruction of the Cecile Drive and College Park Way intersection. The City has recently reviewed the design of this intersection, in response to changes to local bus routes and bus
types related to TransLink’s Evergreen Extension, and will be making some changes to the curb and road alignment. That work will include removing and replacing a section of curb on the east side of Cecile Drive to widen the intersection, and installing a 3-way stop to lower traffic speeds and improve turning movements, making it easier and safer for standard-size buses to make turns, particularly with oncoming traffic.
We expect that this work, along with the remaining utility improvements and landscaping, will continue through mid-December. Final paving of Glenayre Drive is also planned during this time, but paving work is weather dependent and may need to be postponed to the Spring. We will not be paving College Park Way as part of this project.
We sincerely appreciate the feedback we have received on this matter, and hope these changes will address the concerns. We apologize in advance for any disruption this work may cause.
George MacDuff, Eng. L
Senior Project Engineer | City of Port Moody
604.469.4710 (t) | 604.469.4533 (f)
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