Meadowview Drive and RR 261A Road Rehabilitation
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Meadowview Drive and RR 261A Road Rehabilitation

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Portions of Meadowview Drive are undergoing rehabilitation as part of a multi-year project to repair the road surface and subgrade. Range Road 261A is being realigned due to erosion of the creek bank and rehabilitated to the north of Meadowview Drive.

 

Information Session

An online information session was held on Thursday, June 10, 2021 to provide details about the preliminary design of the road rehabilitation, provide an overview of the work planned and introduce the project team. Topics discussed include:

  • Project scope and timeline
  • Anticipated construction activities

Watch a recording of the information session

View a PDF of the presentation

 

Project Details

Project Update

The tender closed on August 10, 2021, and the contract has been awarded.

Start Date: Work is anticipated to start the first week of September 2021.

 

 

The rehabilitation work planned for Meadowview Drive will maintain the existing footprint of the roadway. This is a multi-year project which includes subgrade stabilization and resurfacing of the pavement. The full scope of work is estimated to cost $9 million.

In 2021, work is scheduled to be completed on 4 km of road between Range Road 261A and 263A. This includes full surfacing with hot-mix asphalt pavement. 

Additionally, approximately 500 m of cold-mix asphalt will be rejuvenated just east of Highway 44 on Meadowview Drive.

For more information, contact the project manager Gary Mayhew, Manager Transportation & Engineering Services, at 780-939-8260, or by email at gmayhew@sturgeoncounty.ca.

 

Meadowview Drive and RR 261A Road Rehabilitation

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