It's the second week of September and crews have been busy at work completing the concrete road base, between Ridout and Talbot. This is one of the last steps before the pavers can be placed.
Planting trees to keep Dundas Place blooming for years to come
We've seen a lot of pipes and pavement over the last few months so we were excited to start installing new tree infrastructure this week. Below is a short video describing the underground infrastructure which will allow new trees to develop deep roots while also helping hold up the sidewalk surface we'll soon walk on.
DeepRoot Green Infrastructure representative describes tree infrastructure outside of the new Fanshawe College campus downtown.
The new underground framing allows for tree roots to grow and expand without disrupting the surface above. Below is a rendering to show you what Dundas Place will look like once the new trees are planted (left).
Doors Open London
Organized by the London Heritage Council, Doors Open London is family-friendly two-day event which offers access to 40 heritage and cultural sites, free of charge. Come and explore London's hidden gems located on Dundas Place including London Music Hall of Fame, Attic Books and Fanshawe Downtown. Visit Doors Open London to learn more!
Heading out? Don't forget to tag @dundasplace on social media to share your experiences while wandering downtown.
Stay tuned for more construction updates coming your way next week!