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Paving progress, painting and new winter planters

Things were really moving along this week. Let me start with Market Lane; new garbage bins and street lights were installed, plus the bike racks are back! East of Richmond Street, the crew started installing the cube seating and new sign posts. You'll also see that trees were planted towards Wellington Street while other elements, such as garbage bins, bike corrals, tree grates, etc., were added throughout the work zone. We saw the most change at the intersection of Clarence and Dundas Streets this week. The crew was busy paving, painting and installing traffic signals here. We look forward to re-opening this intersection very soon! As we've mentioned before, the Clarence Street intersection

Working through the weather

It has been a cold and snowy week. Despite the weather, the crew still managed to complete all of the concrete work within the roadway. There are still a few small spots that need concrete, but all the large pours are done. Even as the snow falls, the brick laying must continue. By the end of the week, the majority of the sidewalk work between Clarence and Wellington, on the south side, was finished. New street lights and traffic light poles were installed on this block as well. Upcoming Night & Weekend Work In an effort to take advantage of all good weather and daylight hours left, crews will be doing work during the remaining weekends before construction ends. This weekend work is required

Snow, Working on Saturday & the Wellington Street Intersection

A new week, a new section of Dundas Place covered in bricks! By Friday, most of the roadway, east of Clarence Street towards Wellington Street, was complete and crews were able to start placing bricks in the sidewalk areas on the south side of Dundas. The crew also did some work on Saturday, wrapping up before the Santa Claus parade started. Over closer to Richmond Street, the crew completed electrical work around the trees, where you'll see additional lighting fixtures installed in the future. The crew also powerwashed the roadway to tidy things up post tree planting and installed trench drain grates. It's been a long time coming but, by the end of the week, the crew finished paving the Wel

Tree planting and trick-or-treating

The crew was able to get started right away on the re-pour of concrete on the roadway east of Clarence Street. Early in the week, you may have noticed the crew working later into the evening in order to stay on track since we knew the rain was coming. Crews not only made progress with concrete on the roadway, but also in the sidewalk area. The majority of the concrete on the north side of the block between Wellington Street and Clarence Street is now complete. Meanwhile, the crew is trying their best to get all of the duct work completed over at the intersection of Clarence and Dundas so it can be covered in concrete sooner than later. Despite the steady rain on Wednesday and Thursday, we we

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