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Now that we've completed the majority of surface work from Ridout to Talbot, the contractor is moving east of Talbot to lay bricks in the pedestrian walkway area. In order to keep the work flowing, the businesses open, and the pedestrians moving, the contractor is doin...

There were some big changes on site this week! After months of construction, the Talbot intersection was reopened to north and southbound traffic. As you may have seen, or walked across, the entire intersection of Talbot is covered in brick. While we still need to fini...

As noted in last week's post, the crew has started working on Saturdays. The contractor has also brought in additional workers to work extended hours through the evenings. While we always do our best to keep the noise down, residents in the area will notice more noise,...

With a rainy week behind us, crews will be working to catch up over the long weekend.

Rain Impacts 

Rain can make construction sites muddy and unsafe to work in. Below is a list of construction work that rain puts a halt on:

  1. Concrete: Crews cannot pour concrete in the...

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