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Lessons learned and level ground

Although challenging, this week opened our eyes to new opportunities. At the beginning of the week, we closed the rest of the Dundas Place Phase 1 construction zone, between Richmond and London Music Hall. We put this off for the past few weeks to lessen the impact until necessary for the work. The sidewalk by the Bell building up to the court house is typically open to pedestrians but some of you may have noticed the sidewalk was closed this week. This is because some of our London Hydro installations had to be shifted due to some existing pipelines we found underground. Crews are working hard to have the sidewalk reopened by the middle of next week. Utility work (water and hyrdo) is heavy

Out with the old, in with the temporary.

This week, construction was starting to really ramp up; however it might have been a little harder to see due to the screen we installed on the construction fence. The screen is there to help prevent any small, flying construction debris from entering the sidewalk. My personal highlight of the week would be the removal of the iconic LTC signal sign board in front of McDonald's. It's hard to believe there will really never be another bus on Dundas! Things change every day in the construction world so remember to check Renew London for the latest information related to timing of road closures or channeled lanes as a result of the project such as the work going on at Richmond Street. Below is a

Crews move in and crush asphalt

Construction of Dundas Place officially started on Tuesday, April 10, 2018. This week was all about health and safety. We fenced off the construction zone and started moving equipment on site. Crews quickly began grinding up asphalt. This technique helps keep the dust down until we begin underground work, and makes it easy to remove once we're ready to start digging. Another fun fact? The concrete curb between Talbot and Richmond is gone for good. That's right, this is the last time you will see a curb on this stretch of Dundas, our future flexible street! Curb removals will continue next week. Below is a short clip of John Shapton, Site Superintendent, live from the construction site on Fri

Construction Letter Delivery

The construction of Dundas Place, from Ridout to Richmond, is scheduled to start on Tuesday, April 10, 2018. This week, Jim and I were on site to hand deliver construction information to business and property owners. A little rain didn't stop us!

Pre-Construction Meet & Mingle

Dundas Street business owners and residents gathered at Blu Duby to meet with City staff, Downtown London, the contractor and members of the extended project team to get to know each other before construction starts on Dundas Place. We're all in this together!

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