Watermain Lining & Valve Installations at Oakwood Station - September & October 2018

 
août 30, 2018

WHAT WORK IS TAKING PLACE?

To increase the durability of local watermains during mining operations at Oakwood Station, sections in the vicinity of station construction zone will be lined. Lining of the watermain is a minimally invasive method of repair and rehabilitation that is commonly used throughout the City of Toronto. Using this process allows us to complete the work without excavating the entire watermain through the road.  As part of the watermain work, a number of valves will also be installed along Eglinton Avenue between Times Road and Alameda.

 

UPCOMING WORKS

Week of September 4 to 7, daytime works 

  • Installation of temporary watermain on Oakwood Avenue just south of Eglinton Avenue
  • Lane reductions on Oakwood Avenue, south of Eglinton
  • TTC NB and SB stops will be moved slightly further south on September 5 & 6. 

 

Week of September 10 to 14, overnight work

  • Watermain valve works on Eglinton Avenue 
  • Lane closures on Eglinton Avenue between Times Road and Alameda Ave.

 

Week of September 17 to 21, daytime & nighttime work

  • Watermain valve works on Eglinton Avenue & excavation works to access watermain for lining operation
  • Closure of Times Road between Eglinton Avenue and laneway access (September 17 to end of October)
  • Lane way access is maintained
  • Parking on Times Road between Livingston and Eglinton will be unavailable.

 

TIMING

  • Work will occur between September 5th and late October 2018. 
  • Work will occur between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. as well as between 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
  • Overnight works are planned to reduce disruptions to traffic and transit as well as for utility outages to reduce impacts to local residents and businesses. 
  • Note: Unexpected circumstances (weather, equipment failure, etc.) may also change the above interruption plans or prolong the interruption. If this occurs, we will endeavour to provide reasonable notice.

 

 

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Additional notices will be provided as the work progresses.
  • There will be temporary water shut offs associated with this work, if your property is impacted you will received a separate notice. 
  • Lane reductions around work zones should be expected.
  • On-street parking near the work zones will be impacted while the works are underway.
  • Residents and businesses near the work zone can expected to hear noise from generators, compressors, hydro-vacuum trucks, and other construction equipment. 

 

 

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