Construction Projects

2016 Construction Projects

Richmond Gardens Watermain Replacement
Project Description
In alignment with the City's Ageing Infrastructure Replacement Strategy, this project will replace ageing watermains that are at the end of their service life. The scope of work includes the installation of approximately 4700 lineal meters of 200 mm diameter watermain including service connections and water meters to replace the existing infrastructure. Completion of this project will reduce operating costs due to watermain breaks.

Location 

  • Takla Place
  • Canim Place
  • Thetis Place
  • Camsell Crescent
  • Taseko Crescent
  • Christina Road
  • Kalamalka Crescent
  • Twintree Place
  • Drewry Crescent
  • Granville Crescent
  • Azure Gate
  • Otter Place
  • Redfern Crescent
  • Nanika Crescent
  • Adams Place
  • Nadine Crescent
  • Madrona Crescent
  • Tranquille Place
  • Nanika Gate
  • Alta Court

General Considerations 

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruption;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled water shutdowns;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings.  Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$4,040,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Mike Maxwell
Email:  Mike.Maxwell@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4054

Beckwith Road and Gage Road Watermain Replacement
Project Description
In alignment with the City’s Ageing Infrastructure Replacement Strategy, the project will replace ageing watermains that are at the end of their service life. The scope of work includes the installation of approximately 680 lineal meters of 200 mm diameter watermain and 170 lineal meters of 300 diameter watermain including service connections and water meters. Completion of this project will minimize unplanned maintenance and improve fire protection.

Location

  • Beckwith Road from Smith Road to approximately 240 meters east of Highway 99
  • Gage Road from Bridgeport Road to Beckwith Road

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled water shutdowns;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed. The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts; however, in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work. In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property, you may do so prior to project commencement. Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$730,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Beata Ng
Email:  Beata.Ng@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4257

Dyke Road and Fraserwood Road Widening and Trail Connection
Project Description    
The project involves widening the existing road and the construction of a new multi-use pathway along the north side of Dyke Road in order to address concerns regarding the movement of pedestrians and trail users by increasing driving width and providing an extended trail connection. The scope of work includes widening approximately 700 lineal meters of existing road to accommodate the passing of opposing large commercial vehicles, and providing a separate multi-use trail pathway along Dyke Road to improve pedestrian and cyclist access and safety. Completion of the project will help promote a vibrant, active and connected city.   

Location

  • Dyke Road between 22,000 block and 24,000 block in the Fraserwood waterfront area in East Richmond.

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Residents and businesses will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to sanitary sewer service;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$1,000,000

Estimated Completion Date
Winter 2017

Project Manager
Eric Sparolin
Email:  Eric.Sparolin@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4915

Donald Road Local Area Service Project
Project Description
The project involves road improvements along Donald Road between Gilbert Road and Grandy Road at the request of local residents and approved through a petition following Part 7, Division 5 of the Community Charter and Council Policy 7021. The scope of work includes mill and overlay of the existing road structure, widening of the existing roadway, installation of new curb, gutter, sidewalk, driveways, streetlights and boulevard, and infill of a section of drainage ditch.

Location

  • North side of Donald Road from and including 6991 Donald Road to and including 7480 Grandy Road
  • South side of Donald Road from Gilbert Road to and including 6760 Donald Road

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Residents and businesses will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to sanitary sewer service;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$1,011,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Beata Ng
Email:  Beata.Ng@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4257

Bridgeport Road Overpass Resurfacing
Project Description
The project scope of work involves rehabilitation of the Bridgeport Road Overpass over Knight Street, which has been in operation for over 40 years and is currently experiencing deck deterioration. The scope of work involves resurfacing approximately 900 square meters of bridge deck, repaving sections of the approach and repairing ageing or deficient expansion joints, abutments and pedestrian railings. Completion of the project will prevent structural failures, enhance user safety, and prolong the lifespan of the bridge.

Location
Bridgeport Road Overpass spanning east-west over Knight Street

General Considerations

  • Pedestrian traffic may be limited or altered for the duration of construction;
  • Vehicle traffic may be limited to one lane in each direction for the duration of construction;
  • Temporary detours may be required for access to and from Knight Street;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;

Capital Funding
$1,100,000

Estimated Completion Date
Summer 2016

Project Manager
Beata Ng
Email:  Beata.Ng@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4257

No. 2 Road Drainage Pump Station Upgrade
Project Description
The No. 2 Road Drainage Pump Station Upgrade will increase the capacity and effectiveness of the existing pumping system, and also address the station’s ageing infrastructure issue, as mechanical and electrical equipment are nearing the end of their useful service life. This project will also include local dike upgrades and area landscaping.

Location

  • River Road west of the intersection of No. 2 Road and River Road

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle traffic along River Road may be limited or altered;
  • Pedestrian and trail traffic will be detoured around the construction site;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruption;
  • Diking, fisheries and other government agencies will be consulted through design and construction.

Capital Funding
$4,400,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Peter Brennert
Email:  Peter.Brennert@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4925

Dennis Crescent West Laneway and Drainage Upgrade
Project Description
This project will resolve laneway drainage issues for residents living along the laneway south of Dennis Crescent between Wilkinson Road and Aquila Road, and will improve access to the rear of each property. The scope of work includes the installation of drainage infrastructure and upgrade of approximately 375 m of asphalt pavement along the existing laneway. This project does not include the addition of street lighting, curbs or gutter.

Location

  • Laneway south of Dennis Crescent between Wilkinson Road and Aquila Road

General Considerations

  • It will be necessary to close the laneway for construction and temporarily relocate parking and garbage/recycling pickup for the duration of construction;
  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruption;
  • Shrubbery at the rear of your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit.

Capital Funding
$485,000

Estimate Completion Date
Summer 2016

Project Manager
AJ Morris
Email:  Allen.Morris@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4028

Swinton Crescent East Laneway and Drainage Upgrade
Project Description
This project will resolve laneway drainage issues for residents living along the laneway east of Swinton Crescent between Aquila Road and Maddocks Road, and will improve access to the rear of each property. The scope of work includes the installation of drainage infrastructure and upgrade of approximately 370 m of asphalt pavement along the existing laneway. This project does not include the addition of street lighting, curbs or gutter.

Location
North-south laneway east of Swinton Crescent between Maddocks Road and Aquila Road

General Considerations

  • It will be necessary to close the laneway for construction and temporarily relocate parking and garbage/recycling pickup for the duration of construction;
  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruption;
  • Shrubbery at the rear of your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit.

Capital Funding
$480,000

Estimated Completion Date
Summer 2016

Project Manager
AJ Morris
Email:  Allen.Morris@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4028

No. 1 Road Box Culvert Rehabilitation
Project Description
The project will rehabilitate approximately 300 lineal meters of ageing concrete box culvert along No. 1 Road between Westminster Highway and River Road through the installation of a Glass Reinforced Plastic liner. Completion of this project will reduce operating costs for repairs and reduce the likelihood of sinkhole formation as a result of infiltration through damaged culvert sections.

Location

  • No. 1 Road north of Westminster Highway
  • General Considerations
  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit.

Capital Funding
$2,150,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Beata Ng
Email  Beata.Ng@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4257

Williams Road Storm Sewer Replacement
Project Description
This project will upgrade 450 lineal meters of storm sewer along the north side of Williams Road between Sheridan Road and Parsons Road. Completion of this project will reduce local flood risks by increasing the City’s storm system capacity.

Location

  • Williams Road between Sheridan Road and Parsons Road

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$1,200,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Eric Sparolin
Email:  Eric.Sparolin@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4915

Eckersley B Sanitary Pump Station Replacement and Cook Road and Spires road Sanitary, Storm and Watermain Replacement
Project Description
This project involves replacement of the Eckersley B sanitary pump station and upgrades to sanitary, water, and drainage utilites along Spires Gate, Cook Gate and the southwest section of Spires Road between Spires Gate and Cook Gate in order to provide the level of service required to support the growing population within the neighbourhood, which is currently undergoing higher-density redevelopment. Completion of the project will improve service levels of the catchment area, reduce the potential for costly unplanned maintenance and support the increasing population density in the area.

Location

  • Spires Gate
  • Cook Gate
  • Southwest section of Spires Road between Spires Gate and Cook Gate

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to water and sanitary sewer services;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • Night work may be required to complete final connections;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$5,850,000

Estimated Completion Date
Summer 2017

Project Manager
Elena Paller
Email:  Elena.Paller@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4023

Riverdale Area Watermain Replacement
Project Description
In alignment with the City’s Ageing Infrastructure Replacement Strategy, this project will replace ageing watermains that are at the end of their service life. The scope of work includes the installation of approximately 1600 lineal meters of 200 mm pipe including service connections and water meters. Completion of the project will reduce operation costs due to watermain breaks.

Location

  • Riverdale Drive north of Westminster Highway
  • Tilton Road
  • Murchison Road
  • Easterbrook Road
  • Reeves Road
  • Webster Road.

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to water services
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$1,555,000

Estimated Completion Date
Spring 2016

Project Manager
Beata Ng
Email:  Beata.Ng@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4257

Ledway Road Watermain Replacement
Project Description
In alignment with the City’s Ageing Infrastructure Replacement Strategy, the project will replace ageing watermains that are at the end of their service life. The scope of work includes installation of approximately 850 lineal meters of new 200 mm diameter pipe including service connections and water meters. Completion of this project will reduce operating costs due to watermain breaks.

Location

  • Ledway Road from Granville Avenue to Lynnwood Drive
  • Langton Road from Langtree Avenue to Linscott Road
  • Linscott Road from Ledway Road to Langton Road
  • Linscott Crescent from Ledway Road to 40 m west of Ledway Road

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to water services;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$960,000

Estimated Completion Date
Spring 2016

Project Manager
Corrine Haer
Email:  Corrine.Haer@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4026

Ryan Road Watermain Replacement
Project Description
In alignment with the City’s Ageing Infrastructure Replacement Strategy, the project will replace ageing watermain that is at the end of its service life. The scope of work includes the installation of 680 lineal meters of 200 mm diameter watermain including service connections and water meters. Completion of this project will minimize unplanned maintenance and improve fire protection.

Location  

  • Ryan Road from Rosehill Drive to Ryan Crescent (north end)
  • Ryan Place
  • Ryan Court

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to water services;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$810,000

Estimated Completion Date
Spring 2016

Project Manager
Corrine Haer
Email:  Corrine.Haer@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4026

Lockhart Road, Beecham Road and Marrington Road Watermain and Neighbourhood Improvements
Project Description
This project involves water and drainage infrastructure upgrades together with road widening on Lockhart Road, Beecham Road and Marrington Road. The road widening is in accordance with the neighbourhood improvement charges collected for these roadways.

The scope of work includes the replacement of approximately 615 m of existing AC watermain including service connections, water meter installations, surface drainage improvements and road widening. The water, road, street lighting, curb and gutter, sidewalk, drainage works and street trees are being included in one project to minimize construction impacts to residents and minimize costs.

Location

  • Lockhart Road from Marrington Road to No. 1 Road;
  • Beecham Road;
  • Marrington Road from Granville Avenue to Moresby Drive

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to water services;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$3,130,000

Estimated Completion Date
Summer 2016

Project Manager
Peter Brennert
Email:  Peter.Brennert@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4925

Interim Lansdowne Road Extension
Project Description
The project involves construction of an interim vehicular, pedestrian and cycling connection along the Lansdowne Road corridor from Alderbridge Way to Minoru Boulevard as part of the City Centre Transportation Plan and City Centre Area Plan. The project is intended to provide a much-needed street and sidewalk connection from the Lansdowne Canada Line station to the Richmond Olympic Oval. Interim extension construction includes a three-lane cross section and the ultimate five-lane cross section will be completed as part of redevelopment of the adjacent properties.

Location

  • Lansdowne Road between Alderbridge Way and Minoru Boulevard

General Considerations 

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$3,000,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Peter Brennert
Email:  Peter.Brennert@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4925

Park Road Watemain and Drainage Replacement
Project Description
The drainage upgrade component of the project involves replacing approximately 80 lineal meters of 600 mm diameter drainage pipe just east of No. 3 Road. The project will aim to minimize the continued occurrence of sink holes along the west end of Park Road at No. 3 Road.

The watermain replacement component of the project involves the installation of approximately 360 lineal meters of 200 mm diameter watermain including service connections and water meters. The project aims to replace ageing watermain that is at the end of its service life, in alignment with the Citys’ Ageing Infrastructure Replacement Strategy. Completion of this project will minimize unplanned maintenance and improve fire protection.

Location

  • Drainage Upgrades – Park Road east of No. 3 Road;
  • Watermain Upgrades – Park Road from No. 3 Road to Cooney Road.

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to water services;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$570,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Beata Ng
Email:  Beata.Ng@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4257

Steveston Highway and Sidaway Road Drainage Upgrades
Project Description
The project involves lowering of culvert crossings as well as re-profiling of approximately 1800 lineal meters of watercourses along Steveston Highway between Sidaway Road and Palmberg Road, and on Sidaway Road between Steveston Highway and Francis Road. The project will also involve installation of new automatic irrigation gates. Completion of the project will improve drainage and irrigation services for local farms and potentially reduce service requests to manage drainage system water elevations.

Location

  • Steveston Highway from Sidaway Road to Palmberg Road;
  • Sidaway Road from Steveston Highway to Francis Road.

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$1,050,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Eric Sparolin
Email:  Eric.Sparolin@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4915

Horseshoe Slough Drainage Pump Station Upgrade
Project Description
The existing drainage pump station for the Horseshoe Slough drainage area is nearing the end of its service life. The Horseshoe Slough Drainage Pump Station Upgrade will address the station’s ageing infrastructure replacement requirements as well as increases the capacity and effectiveness of the pump station. The new pump station will act as a foreshore gateway, greeting pedestrians, cyclists and other outdoor users travelling along Dyke Road near the connections with Woodwards Landing and Horseshoe Slough Trail.

Location

  • Dyke Road west of the intersection with No. 5 Road

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle traffic along Dyke Road may be limited or altered;
  • Pedestrian and trail traffic will be detoured around the construction site;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruption;
  • Diking, fisheries and other government agencies will be consulted through design and construction.

Capital Funding
$4,200,000

Estimated Completion Date
Summer 2017

Project Manager
Peter Brennert
Email:  Peter.Brennert@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4925

No. 7 Road South Drainage Pump Station Upgrade
Project Description
Components of the No. 7 Road South Drainage Pump Station are nearing the end of their service life. The No. 7 Road South Drainage Pump Station Upgrade project will increase the reliability, operational effectiveness, and capacity of the pump station. The new pump station will service a new industrial area at the south end of No. 7 Road. The new station is anticipated to act as a foreshore gateway to greet walkers, hikers, cyclists and other uses that will make use of the dike to connect with other trails in the area.

Location

  • Dyke Road at the intersection with No. 7 Road

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle traffic along Dyke Road may be limited or altered;
  • Pedestrian and trail traffic will be detoured around the construction site;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruption;
  • Diking, fisheries and other government agencies will be consulted through design and construction.

Capital Funding
$5,250,000

Estimated Completion Date

Summer 2017

Project Manager
Peter Brennert
Email:  Peter.Brennert@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4925

No. 4 Road Drainage Box Culvert Rehabilitation
Project Description
A section of existing arch culvert under No. 4 Road by Tuttle Avenue approximately 30 lineal meters in length is nearing the end of its service life. The project involves replacing the existing culvert with a concrete box culvert. Completion of the work will reduce the need for unplanned maintenance and improve the overall condition and performance of the drainage system.

Location

  • No. 4 Road at Tuttle Avenue

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions.

Capital Funding
$630,000

Estimated Completion Date
Summer 2016

Project Manager
Mike Maxwell
Email:  Mike.Maxwell@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4054

Westminster Highway and Gilley Road Culvert Replacement
Project Description
This project will replace the existing 25 meter long drainage culvert with two 85 meter long High Density Polyethylene pipes at the intersection between Westminster Highway and Gilley Road.

Location

  • Westminster Highway at Gilley Road

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents and businesses will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;

Capital Funding
$1,250,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Eric Sparolin
Email:   Eric.Sparolin@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4915

Leslie Road and Brown Road Sanitary Replacement and Leslie Forcemain Replacement
Project Description
The existing sanitary gravity and forcemains on Leslie Road are nearing the end of their service life. Completion of this project is required to minimize the risk of sewer overflows due to pipe failure and meet future demands. The scope of work includes the replacement and upsizing of the existing sanitary sewer mains including reconnection of the existing sanitary sewer services.

Location

  • Leslie Road from #8011 to Brown Road;
  • Brown Road from Leslie Road to Odlin Crescent;
  • No. 3 Road from Leslie Road to the north property line of #4551 No. 3 Road;
  • Right-of-way between #4551 and #4411 No. 3 Road from No. 3 Road to the former CN Railway corridor

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to sanitary sewr service. Minimal disruption to sanitary service is anticipated;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • Night work may be required to complete final connections;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$2,069,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Elena Paller
Email:  Elena.Paller@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4023

Minoru Sanitary Pump Station Upgrade
Project Description
The project involves replacement and a full upgrade of the existing Minoru sanitary sewer pump station, and replacement of sections of gravity sewer and forcemain along Cedarbridge Way. The ageing sanitary pump station is located within the rapidly redeveloping City Centre area. The upgrade will include an increase in the pumping capacity to accommodate the growing service demand, as well as a back-up generator to ensure sanitary service can continue during power outages.

Location

  • Cedarbridge Way north of Lansdowne Road

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to sanitary sewer services. Minimal disruption to sanitary service is anticipated;
  • Night work may be required to complete final connections;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$2,874,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Elena Paller
Email:  Elena.Paller@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4023

Buswell Street Gravity Sewer Installation
Project Description
The project involves relocation of sewer pipes from laneways into streets in the Richmond Centre and Buswell pump station catchment areas to improve access to the sewer system for future maintenance and improve operation of the Richmond Centre pump station by diverting flows to the Buswell pump station and deferring the need to upgrade the Richmond Centre pump station. The scope of this project includes construction of 480 lineal meters of 300 mm diameter gravity pipe along Buswell Street from Anderson Road to Buswell pump station.

Location

  • Buswell Street from Anderson Road to the Buswell pump station

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruptions to sanitary sewer services. Minimal disruption to sanitary services is anticipated;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • Night work may be required to complete final connections;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$2,190,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Elena Paller
Email:  Elena.Paller@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4023

Vulcan Way Sanitary Forcemain Replacement
Project Description
The project aims to replace 530 lineal meters of existing 450 mm diameter ageing sanitary main that is nearing the end of its service life.

Location

  • Vulcan Way from No. 6 Road to Dominion Sanitary Pump Station

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruptions to water and sanitary sewer services;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • Night work may be required to complete final connections;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$3,060,000

Estimated Completion Date
Winter 2017

Project Manager
Elena Paller
Email:  Elena.Paller@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4023

Graybar Road Drainage and Sanitary Main Replacement
Project Description
This project will replace 217 lineal meters of the existing storm sewer and 196 lineal meters of the existing sanitary main.

Location

  • Graybar Road from Gordon Way to Westminster Highway

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption sanitary sewer services. Minimal disruption to sanitary services is anticipated;
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$600,000

Estimated Completion Date
Summer 2016

Project Manager
Eric Sparolin
Email:  Eric.Sparolin@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4915

Canal Stabilization
Project Description
The project will stabilize the No. 3 Road Canal and No. 8 Road Canal walls to improve drainage, mitigate damage to the roadway, prevent damage to local infrastructure running parallel to the canals, and maintain the natural riparian environment found in the ditches. The scope will be to implement one or more canal bank stabilization solutions at various locations south of Steveston Highway. It is part of a 5-year program that addresses canal and ditch wall stabilization issues in Richmond.

Location

  • Various canals south of Steveston Highway

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions
  • Fisheries, environmental and other government agencies will be consulted through design and construction.

Capital Funding
$300,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Peter Brennert
Email:  Peter.Brennert@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4925

Sidaway Road Watermain Installation
Project Description
The project involves installation of approximately 370 lineal meters of new water main on Sidaway Road to connect two dead ends between Blundell Road and Granville Avenue. Completion of the project will improve the overall condition of the water system, improve capacity and fire flow, improve water quality and reduce the cost for maintenance.

Location

  • Sidaway Road between Blundell Road and Granville Avenue

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Businesses and residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruptions to water services. 
  • Shrubbery fronting your property within the City corridor may be impacted by construction and could possibly be removed.  The City will take steps to try and avoid such impacts, however in certain cases, shrubbery removal is necessary in order to accomplish the work.  In these circumstances, if you wish to retain and relocate the shrubbery onto your property you may do so prior to project commencement.  Please note, trees cannot be relocated without a permit;
  • It may be necessary to excavate some driveway crossings. Crews will make every effort to notify you on the day prior to the work and again in the morning. At the end of each day, driveways that have been disturbed will be temporarily restored to gravel condition, and then finally reinstated to original or better condition upon completion of the project.

Capital Funding
$370,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Beata Ng
Email:  Beata.Ng@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4257

City Centre Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation
Project Description
The project involves rehabilitation of sanitary sewer mains in various locations in the City Centre Sanitary Sewer Area through trenchless point repairs, external point repairs and concrete grouting. The rehabilitation work is based on deficiencies identified through the sanitary sewer CCTV inspection program. Completion of the project will extend the service life of sanitary sewers, lower their lifecycle costs and prevent related infrastructure failures such as road sinkholes.

Location

·         City Centre Sanitary Sewer Area

General Considerations

·         Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;

·         Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;

·         Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;

·         Residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to sanitary sewer services;

Capital Funding

$1,160,000

Estimated Completion Date

Winter 2017

Project Manager

Elena Paller
Email:  Elena.Paller@richmond.ca

Phone:  604-276-4023

Steveston Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation
Project Description
The project involves rehabilitation of sanitary sewer mains in various locations in the Steveston Sanitary Sewer Area through trenchless point repairs, external point repairs and concrete grouting. The rehabilitation work is based on deficiencies identified through the sanitary sewer CCTV inspection program. Completion of the project will extend the service life of sanitary sewers, lower their lifecycle costs and prevent related infrastructure failures such as road sinkholes.

Location

  • Steveston Sanitary Sewer Area

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any traffic disruptions;
  • Residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled disruption to sanitary sewer services;

Capital Funding
$410,000

Estimated Completion Date
Winter 2017

Project Manager
Elena Paller
Email:  Elena.Paller@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4023 

Shell Road Walkway

Project Description
The existing asphalt walkway along the east side of Shell Road between Alderbridge Way and Westminster Highway has undergone severe deterioration. The project aims to replace the deteriorated walkway with a 3 meter wide two-directional walkway shared between pedestrians and cyclists.

Location

  • Shell Road between Alderbridge Way and Westminster Highway

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;

Capital Funding
$621,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Mike Maxwell
Email:  Mike.Maxwell@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4054

LED Street Light Replacement
Project Description
They City has 3780 High Pressure Sodium light fixtures that are past the end of their useful life. This project aims to replace approximately 950 of such fixtures with Light-emitting Diodes (LEDs), beginning with those that are the oldest and most in need of replacement, as part of a 4-year program to replace all High Pressure Sodium light fixtures. Completion of this project will reduce the annual energy consumption and improve energy efficiency.

Location

  • Various throughout the City

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times;

Capital Funding
$375,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Peter Discusso
Email:  Peter.Discusso@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-276-4024

Sidaway Road Street Lighting
Project Description
This project involves the installation of additional street lighting on Sidaway Road between Westminster Highway and Steveston Highway. Approximately ten City street lights and thirty-seven BC Hydro leased lights will be installed.

Location

  • Sidaway Road between Westminster Highway and Steveston Highway

General Considerations

  • Typical hours of work will be from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday
  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic may be limited at times
  • Residents will be notified in advance of City street light construction.

Capital Funding
$250,000

Estimated Completion Date
Fall 2016

Project Manager
Eric Sparolin
Email:  Eric.Sparolin@richmond.ca
Phone:  604-247-4915