This two-week look ahead schedule highlights upcoming planned construction activities and work hours, including low impact nighttime work and anticipated noise levels.
We don’t anticipate the activities scheduled over the next two weeks will generate noise beyond typical ambient noise levels, but we are continuing to monitor construction-related noise and will make adjustments as required.
Maintenance Holes and Bypass Construction
Per the notification issued on June 28, construction of two new maintenance holes required for North Shore Wastewater Treatment Plant Project pipe connections has started. The maintenance holes will be located in the West 1st Street laneway, just north of West 1st Street and east of Philip Avenue. This work is now underway and is anticpated to be complete in October 2021.
Nighttime Noise Enquiry Protocol
To submit an enquiry related to Project construction noise during nighttime hours (8:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.):
- Call the Community Liaison Officer phone number: 604-928-7810
- Provide details about the noise being reported to Call Centre staff
- The Call Centre will immediately share this information with the overnight site superintendent, who will investigate and take corrective action, as appropriate.
- The Community Liaison Officer will follow up by email the following morning to confirm details and provide an update on the status of the enquiry.
Single Lane Alternating Traffic
In addition to the construction activities noted above, Single Lane Alternating Traffic is now expected to continue as and when required on West 1st Street, between Pemberton Avenue and Phillip Avenue, until mid-October. During the peak traffic periods of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.; and 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., one lane of traffic in each direction will be reinstated.
If you have any questions about the work described in this notification, or would like to sign up for Project updates, please contact the Project’s Community Liaison Officer at 604-928-7810 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
North Shore Wastewater Treatment Plant Project