The Town of Stony Plain is replacing the storm sewer lines underneath 44th Avenue. The project is starting in early July. The project duration is estimated to take approximately six to eight weeks, but may be extended depending on weather conditions.
While 44th Avenue will not be closed for the duration of the project, traffic flow will be restricted. The Town of Stony Plain encourages residents and visitors to utilize alternative routes and modes of transportation once construction begins.
“At this time, replacing the storm sewer lines is a priority,” says Peter Burden, Manager of Engineering at the Town of Stony Plain. “The project benefits the community by improving service levels and the health of our environment.”
Burden and Diego Mejia, Project Manager from Associated Engineering Alberta Ltd., intend to execute this construction project with minimal impact on the community. Temporary controls and flag persons will be on site providing instruction to traffic; however, residents are encouraged to drive safely in the construction zone and adhere to road signs.
Committed to Supportive Infrastructure
The Town of Stony Plain has outlined in its Strategic and Corporate Plan a commitment to supportive infrastructure. This commitment includes seeking opportunities to meet the needs of Stony Plain residents and stakeholders now and in the future.
For more information on the 44th Avenue Construction Project, contact Peter Burden at (780) 963 8575.
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Corporate Communications Officer
Town of Stony Plain