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Public Works Construction

Construction in Peel: Caledon

Sanitary and Storm Sewer Replacement and Road Works on Newlove Drive and Bell Air Drive
Project #14-2350

We have finished the work. The project is under warranty until July 2018.

Project Description

The Region of Peel in conjunction with the Town of Caledon, will be replacing the existing sanitary and storm sewer on Newlove Dr. (from Allan Dr. to Glenwood Cres.) and on Bell Air Dr. (from Glenwood Cres. to Newlove Dr.) for improving the wastewater servicing in the area. The project scope also includes necessary curb replacement and road resurfacing to follow. (attached map)

Additional investigation has been conducted on the existing sanitary sewer condition on Glenwood Crescent which was a part of the original scope. It was determined that the pipe is in satisfactory condition. Therefore replacement of the sanitary sewer on Glenwood Crescent (from Newlove Dr. to Bell Air Dr.) has been removed from this scope of this project.

Schedule

Prior to commencing the proposed construction works, the Contractor is to record conditions of the existing buildings and structures, existing surface features and road surface condition within and along the alignment of the sanitary and storm sewer. All the pre-construction surveys will be carried out by dBA Environmental Services Inc. The survey will include a photographic pre-construction record of all exterior walls of each building and structure. A representative from dBA will knock on your door prior to taking photos of your property. This work will commence on Monday, October 20, 2014.

Construction is scheduled to commence on or about October 27, 2014 on Newlove Drive. We anticipate completing all of the construction works on this street by middle of December 2014, weather permitting.

Contact Persons

The works will be performed by D’Orazio Infrastructure Group Limited under contract to the Region of Peel. The contact persons and phone numbers are listed below:

Region of Peel
Contact Responsibilities Telephone
Ole Petersen Construction Inspector 905-791-5997 ext. 3246
Joanna Pietkiewicz Project Manager 905-791-7800 ext. 7815
Contractor Personnel
Contact Responsibilities Telephone
Baron Storfer Project Superintendent 905-829-8777
Jeff Seeley Project Manager 905-829-8777

Traffic and Parking Control

The works will be phased so as to minimize disruption to traffic while still maintaining a safe working environment as required under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Please be advised that affected streets will be subject to temporary lane closures in portions of the construction area, commencing at 7:00 a.m. on October 27, 2014.

Once work is completed, the road will be restored to permit traffic. In this manner, the loss of traffic lanes will be minimized throughout the construction period.

Full pedestrian access will be maintained at all times to residential homes of affected street. If you have particular needs, please contact us ahead of time and we will attempt to accommodate them.

Driveway Access

During construction, your driveway access may be temporarily blocked. We will contact you prior to crossing your driveway to arrange for the best time and for alternate access, if required. Additional signs will be placed if alternate routes are required.

Water Supply Interruptions

Should construction require an interruption of your water supply we will contact you prior to interrupting your water supply to arrange for the best time. However, if an emergency shutdown of the water supply is required due to unforeseen circumstances, we will make every attempt to minimize the inconvenience of the water shut down.

Sod Restoration and Maintenance

The contractor will provide initial care for replacement sod within affected areas, for a period of thirty (30) days after placement to allow for the root penetration into the topsoil.

To ensure that the sod/seed stays healthy, particularly during hot and dry weather, watering the new sod/seed two to three times a week for one hour, during the early morning, will promote healthy and durable sod. We thank you in advance for your assistance in helping to maintain the health and durability of the new sod/seed.

Notification will be distributed to all residents prior to commencement of the sod/seed restoration.

Project Updates

The Region of Peel is committed to keeping you informed and ensuring that the works are carried out with minimum disruption to your homes and businesses. If there are any substantial changes in the project scope or schedule, you will be provided with project updates. We also encourage you to notify the appropriate contact person to advise them of any problems or particular needs. We thank you in advance for your co-operation.

Revised: Wednesday August 10 2016

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