Noise associated with construction - July 29, 2016
Starting August 2, 2016, crews will install plates and rails into the ground that make up the supporting walls of access pits for the tunneling work underneath Lougheed Highway and the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks, from Colony Farm to Cape Horn Avenue. This procedure will prevent soil movement and reduce groundwater from seeping into the pit.
Residents and businesses in the area will hear intermittent noise due to the hammering of plates and rails by an excavator and from other equipment used to complete the installation. This work will take approximately four weeks to complete and is a requirement to safely complete tunneling work activities. Crews will be working six days a week from 7 am to 5 pm.
Temporary lane closures along Lougheed Highway starting as early as June 28, 2016 - June 21, 2016
Crews will begin to install a portion of the water main underneath Lougheed Highway, from Colony Farm to Cape Horn Avenue. Work will start as early as June 28, 2016 and is expected to last for approximately four months. The following traffic pattern changes will be in effect:
Pipe Installation in Coquitlam - From Cape Horn Avenue to Mariner Way - March 18, 2016
Metro Vancouver's contractor began installation of the 1.5 metre diameter water main in Colony Farm Park in mid-January 2016. Crews are now mobilizing to construct the portion of the water main which will be installed from Cape Horn Avenue to Mariner Way. Work starts on March 18, 2016 and will last for approximately four months.
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