Check out our image gallery of the work on Anderson Crescent. Photos by Brian Clarkson.
Overall Project Plan
Project includes full replacement of water and sanitary sewer infrastructure, including services up to the property line for each residence. A new engineered road structure will be installed as well as concrete curb and gutter with the addition of a sidewalk on the inside of the road.
Properties will experience water service disruption during water main tie-ins, then will be connected to a temporary overhead water system for the remainder of the project. Sewer service will also be maintained with the exception of connecting new sewer services to properties where property owners will be asked to avoid flushing or using water for a short period of time. All disruption will be preceded by notifications from the Contractor (see below).
Access to driveways will be maintained as much as possible throughout the project with excavations being limited at the end of each working day. Landscaping and driveways will be restored to equal or better condition.
B.E Civil Projects Ltd.
After Hours Emergency: 250-421-7721 or 250-421-2385
Update: Week of August 7, 2017
Anderson Crescent reconstruction is now moving into the road building stage, with the new water and sanitary sewer now in place and becoming fully operational in the coming days. Curb, sidewalk and paving is scheduled to be complete before the end of August by general contractor B.E Civil.
Update: Week of June 26th, 2017
Overall Project Update
Water main installation is complete with sanitary sewer about 75% complete. Individual lot services will be installed in the following 2 weeks followed by the commissioning of the water system and removal of the temporary overhead services.
Residents are reminded that their driveway and landscaping will be restored, and the City along with its contractor and consultant will be contacting property owners to ensure they are aware of this work and satisfied with the results.
Once road construction get underway, including concrete curbs, sidewalk and pavement, there will be extended loss of driveway access. Residents will receive ample notification for this work.
Update: Week of May 29, 2017
Overall Project Update
Delays have been experienced commissioning of temporary overhead water system with hopes it will be operational early this week. Water service will remain via deep services until that time. Soon after, water and sewer infrastructure will continue to be installed from the south intersection with 21st Avenue heading west.
Contractor has run into very poor soil conditions and will be working hard to maintain site access until new gravel road structure can be installed over top of the new water and sewer utilities.