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See the table below to find information about current construction projects in the City.  

 Current Construction Projects 

To view locations of the Current Construction Projects, please view the Current Construction Projects Map.

Project Name Start Date Completion Date Scope Project Contact Attachments
 Elm Street Construction   March 2019  November 2019  Infrastructure Renewal Daniel Koppert
519-631-1680 ext. 4221 
 ​Construction Notice

Project Webpage            
1Password Park (aka. St. Thomas Outdoor Recreation Complex STORC)  June 2017 October  2019 Soccer Fields, Football Turf, Playground, Splash Pad, Support Building, Trails, roadway and Park Lot Ross Tucker
519-631-9990 ext. 5201
Construction Notice 
 Hughes Street Reconstruction April 2019 August 2019 Infrastructure Renewal Aaron VanOorspronk
519-631-1680 ext. 4197
Construction Notice 
 Myrtle Street Reconstruction May 2019 September 2019 Infrastructure Renewal Aaron VanOorspronk
519-631-1680 ext. 4197
Construction Notice
St. George Street Bridge Deck Replacement Summer 2019 Fall 2019 Surveying and Engineering for the Design of new bridge Deck Aaron VanOorspronk
519-631-1680 ext. 4197 
 
Rogers Fibre Network Enhancements (Work by Ledcor/Jatec)  June 2019 September 2019 Additional Fibre Capacity  Jason Masselis 226-927-3730     
Ross Street Construction  July 2019 November 2019 Infrastructure Renewal Daniel Koppert
519-631-1680 ext. 4221  
 Construction Notice
Churchill Crescent Culvert Replacement  July 2019 August 2019 Culvert Replacement and Stream Restoration Aaron VanOorspronk
519-631-1680 ext. 4197
 

Each Year the Environmental Services Department undertakes construction and design projects for infrastructure improvements throughout the City. Before the City starts a project, the City will locate all underground infrastructure in the project area. For more information regarding Locates, please visit our Locate Page or visit Ontario One Call's Page.

To view future plans visit the Ten Year Infrastructure Capital Plan page.