Category Archives: Construction

Construction notice: Delhi Street – Partial sidewalk closure starts January 22

January 20, 2020

Part of Delhi Street sidewalk closed for 3 weeks. Continue reading Construction notice: Delhi Street – Partial sidewalk closure starts January 22


Construction notice: Wideman Boulevard closed starting January 8

December 16, 2019

Victoria Road North to Webster Street About the project The City is working with James Thoume Construction Ltd. to install sewer and water pipes. All work will take place on City property. Work begins January 8 Work is expected to start on or about January 8 and take about three weeks to complete, weather permitting. Wideman Boulevard closed Wideman Boulevard will be closed to through traffic during the project. Local traffic will be permitted along Wideman Boulevard, however, there will be no through access at 35 Wideman Boulevard. Property access All properties in the construction area remain open and accessible throughout construction. Every effort will be made to maintain access to driveways in the construction area during working hours (7 a.m.–7 p.m.). Construction activities and… Continue reading Construction notice: Wideman Boulevard closed starting January 8


Construction notice: Deerpath Drive lane reduction starting December 12

December 9, 2019

Castlebury Drive to Lois Lane About the project The City is working with Regional Sewer and Watermain Ltd. to: Install sewer and water pipes, and Repave the road surface. All work will take place on City property. Work begins December 12 Work is expected to start on or about December 12 and take about three weeks to complete, weather permitting. Lane reductions There will be lane reductions on Deerpath Drive during the project. Two-way traffic will be maintained at all times. Please follow posted signs for safety. A full road closure is not expected, however, delays should be expected. Property access Every effort will be made to maintain access to driveways in the construction area during working hours (7 a.m.–7 p.m.) Construction activities and equipment… Continue reading Construction notice: Deerpath Drive lane reduction starting December 12


Construction notice: Forbes Avenue closed starting December 9

December 3, 2019

UPDATE: The work on Forbes Avenue has been delayed. Work will now start on or about January 6 and take about one week to complete, weather permitting.   Gordon Street to Martin Avenue About the project The City is working with Civil-Link Inc. to: Install sewer and water pipes, and Repave the road surface. All work will take place on City property. Work begins December 9 Work is expected to start on or about December 9 and take about one week to complete, weather permitting. Forbes Avenue closed Forbes Avenue will be closed to through traffic during the project. Only local access will be permitted. There will be no through access at 12 Forbes Avenue. Pedestrian access The south sidewalk will be closed to pedestrians at… Continue reading Construction notice: Forbes Avenue closed starting December 9


Crews responding to a water main break on Eramosa Road at Meyer Drive

December 2, 2019

Lane reductions in effect, avoid if possible   Guelph, Ont., December 2, 2019— City crews are responding to a water main break on Eramosa Road at Meyer Drive, repairs are expected to be completed by tomorrow morning. There are no health risks as a result of the break. Lane reductions are in effect. One lane is open in both directions, traffic is moving slow and delays are to be expected. Residents are asked to avoid the area if possible. Follow @GuelphTransit for any changes or delays to bus routes in the area. Some noise and light due to construction may be experienced by those living or working in the area where the break has occurred. The City will provide updates at guelph.ca and on Facebook… Continue reading Crews responding to a water main break on Eramosa Road at Meyer Drive


City crews responding to water main break on Speedvale Avenue

November 30, 2019

Speedvale Avenue is closed between the Hanlon Expressway and Silvercreek Parkway. Please avoid the area until further notice. Continue reading City crews responding to water main break on Speedvale Avenue


Construction notice: York Road lane reductions starting December 16

November 28, 2019

Stevenson Street South to Victoria Road South About the project DST Consulting Engineers Inc. will be conducting a geotechnical investigation on York Road. Work involves the drilling of boreholes. Performing this investigation is part of the York Road Reconstruction project. It will give the project team an accurate understanding of the subsurface of the roadway, including groundwater levels. This work is not part of the environmental testing that is taking place south of York Road in the area of Menzie, Audrey and Lawrence avenues. Work starts December 16 Work is scheduled to start on or about December 16 and take about five days to complete, weather permitting. Lane reductions expected York Road will undergo lane reductions during the project. Two way traffic will be maintained… Continue reading Construction notice: York Road lane reductions starting December 16


Construction notice: Manitoba Street lane reductions and closures starting November 27

November 25, 2019

Ontario Street to Huron Street About the project Pinchin Ltd. will be conducting a geotechnical investigation on Manitoba Street. Work involves the drilling of boreholes. Performing this investigation is part of the Manitoba Street Reconstruction project. It will give the project team an accurate understanding of the subsurface of the roadway, including groundwater levels. Work begins November 27 Work is scheduled to start on or about November 27 and take about three days to complete, weather permitting. Lane reductions expected Manitoba Street will undergo lane reductions during the project. Due to the narrow roadway, Manitoba Street may undergo temporary (no more than a couple hours) road closures. Please follow posted signs for safety. Pedestrian access The south sidewalk on Manitoba Street will be closed to… Continue reading Construction notice: Manitoba Street lane reductions and closures starting November 27


Construction notice: Maltby Road East closed starting November 19

November 15, 2019

Gordon Street to Victoria Road South About the project The City is working with Capital Paving Inc. to reconstruct Maltby Road East from 251 Maltby Road East to 461 Maltby Road East. All work will take place on City property. Work begins November 19 Work is expected to start on or about November 19 and take about two weeks to complete, weather permitting. Maltby Road East closed Maltby Road East will be closed to through traffic during the project. Only local access will be permitted. Property access All properties in the construction area remain open and accessible throughout construction. Every effort will be made to maintain access to driveways in the construction area during working hours (7 a.m.–7 p.m.). Construction activities and equipment movement may… Continue reading Construction notice: Maltby Road East closed starting November 19


Guelph police headquarters: October 2019 construction update

November 8, 2019

The renovation and expansion of Guelph Police Service’s headquarters is underway. Here is a summary of the work completed in October 2019. Continue reading Guelph police headquarters: October 2019 construction update


Metrolinx overnight work and road closure at Yorkshire railway crossing October 18-21

October 10, 2019

Metrolinx will be doing overnight work on the Yorkshire rail crossing October 18-21, 10 p.m.-5a.m. The road at Yorkshire will be closed during those times. Continue reading Metrolinx overnight work and road closure at Yorkshire railway crossing October 18-21


Market Parkade and Wilson Street improvements completed within budget and with sustainability in mind

October 9, 2019

This month, the City will celebrate the long-awaited completion of the Wilson Street road improvements and the grand opening of the new Market Parkade. The new Norfolk Street pedestrian bridge will also open, and the Wilson Street public art project will be unveiled along with four new murals created as part of the Main Street Mural Project. All work was completed within planned budgets. Continue reading Market Parkade and Wilson Street improvements completed within budget and with sustainability in mind


Niska bridge and road reopens for travel, includes multi-use path

October 3, 2019

The City of Guelph has finished construction of the new bridge on Niska Road, and the roadway has reopened for travel to people driving, biking and walking. Continue reading Niska bridge and road reopens for travel, includes multi-use path


Construction notice: Gordon Street lane reductions starting October 21

October 2, 2019

Construction on Gordon Street is expected to start on or about October 21 and take about four weeks to complete, weather permitting. Continue reading Construction notice: Gordon Street lane reductions starting October 21


Construction notice: Simmonds, Ingram Drive and Wideman closures start October 15

September 30, 2019

UPDATE: The work on Simmonds Drive, Ingram Drive and Wideman Boulevard has been delayed. Work will be completed by mid-December, weather permitting. Between Victoria Road North and Webster Street The City is working with James Thoume Construction Ltd. to install water and sewer pipes to new homes on behalf of Artifex Construction Ltd. Work begins October 15 While local access will be maintained for those living in the work areas, Simmonds, Ingram and Wideman will be closed to through traffic while work on each street is completed as follows, weather permitting: Simmonds Drive: work starts on or about October 15 and will take about two weeks to complete. Ingram Drive: work starts on or about October 21 and will take about two weeks to complete.… Continue reading Construction notice: Simmonds, Ingram Drive and Wideman closures start October 15


Guelph police headquarters: September 2019 construction update

September 30, 2019

The renovation and expansion of Guelph Police Service’s headquarters is underway. Here is a summary of the work completed in September 2019. Continue reading Guelph police headquarters: September 2019 construction update


City upgrading to LED streetlights throughout Guelph starting early October

September 27, 2019

City upgrading to LED streetlights throughout Guelph starting early October. Continue reading City upgrading to LED streetlights throughout Guelph starting early October


Silvercreek Parkway closed between Woodlawn and Campbell for emergency watermain repair

September 16, 2019

Silvercreek Parkway closed between Woodlawn and Campbell for emergency watermain repair. Continue reading Silvercreek Parkway closed between Woodlawn and Campbell for emergency watermain repair


Construction notice: Arthur Street closed starting September 16

September 11, 2019

To Elizabeth Street About the project The City is starting construction of phase 5 of the Arthur Street sanitary trunk sewer project. Work will take place on Arthur Street to Elizabeth Street, and includes the replacement of the underground sanitary sewer, storm sewer and water main pipes.  Work in this phase is being completed by Amico Infrastructure (Oxford) Inc. Work begins September 16 Work is expected to start on or about September 16, and be completed by end of December, weather permitting. Arthur Street closed Arthur Street will be closed to through traffic during the project. Only local access will be permitted. Pedestrian access The sidewalks on Arthur Street are expected to remain open, however, pedestrians should follow posted signs for their safety. Property access… Continue reading Construction notice: Arthur Street closed starting September 16


Guelph police headquarters: August 2019 construction update

August 30, 2019

Guelph police headquarters: August 2019 construction update Continue reading Guelph police headquarters: August 2019 construction update


Open house notice: Manitoba Street road reconstruction

August 29, 2019

Ontario Street to Huron Street The City of Guelph is hosting an open house to present plans for the Manitoba Street road reconstruction project. This includes the installation of underground water and sewer pipes on Manitoba Street from Ontario Street to Huron Street. Wednesday, September 18, 2019 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Sacred Heart Catholic Elementary School, 125 Huron Street, Guelph Why come to the open house? Manitoba Street will be closed from Ontario Street to Huron Street in both directions with limited local access. There will be no on-street parking during the project. This is your opportunity to view project information, including maps and schedules, and to ask questions about traffic impacts and access to properties. You’re encouraged to provide comments and feedback to City… Continue reading Open house notice: Manitoba Street road reconstruction


Temporary trail closure: Downtown Trail/TransCanada Trail alongside Goldie Mill Park

August 27, 2019

Part of the Downtown Trail/TransCanada Trail that runs past Goldie Mill Park will be closed for restoration work starting August 27 until further notice. Continue reading Temporary trail closure: Downtown Trail/TransCanada Trail alongside Goldie Mill Park


Open house notice: York Road reconstruction: Phase 2

August 27, 2019

Ontario Street to Stevenson Street The City of Guelph is hosting an open house to present plans for construction of the second phase of the York Road reconstruction project. This phase includes the installation of underground water and sewer pipes on York Road from Ontario Street to Stevenson Street. Tuesday, September 17, 2019 5:30–7:30 p.m. Sacred Heart Catholic School, 125 Huron Street, Guelph Why come to the open house? York Road will be closed from Ontario Street to Stevenson Street in both directions with limited local access. This is your opportunity to view project information, including maps and schedules, and to ask questions about traffic impacts and access to properties. You’re encouraged to provide comments and feedback to City staff and consultants at the open… Continue reading Open house notice: York Road reconstruction: Phase 2


Goldie Mill Park and ruins progress update

August 27, 2019

The City has been working towards remediation of Goldie Mill Park and ruins to ensure the area is safe for public use. Remediation work is part of the City’s plan to address soil condition and sinkholes in the park, which is owned by the Grand River Conservation Authority and managed by the City. Here is an update on the remediation progress: The City hired GHD Limited and BRC Restoration Inc. to complete site remediation and repairs to the ruins and chimney. The site is expected to reopen to the public in 2020 or 2021. Work being completed includes: Filling and capping of the soil where the existing soil needs to be replaced to eliminate potential health risks Removing and replacing the limestone path between the… Continue reading Goldie Mill Park and ruins progress update


Construction notice: Lane restrictions at Willow Road and Imperial Road North intersection on August 29

August 27, 2019

The City will be performing repairs to an underground water valve at the Willow Road and Imperial Road North intersection on Thursday, August 29. Continue reading Construction notice: Lane restrictions at Willow Road and Imperial Road North intersection on August 29


UPDATE: Construction notice: Northumberland Street closed starting July 22

August 2, 2019

UPDATE: Northumberland Street is now open. A short closure is expected again at the end of August. At Wilson Street The City is working with Drexler Construction Ltd. to reconstruct Northumberland Street. Work includes the replacement of asphalt surface and curbs. Work begins July 22 Work is expected to begin on or about July 22, and take approximately four weeks to complete, weather permitting. Northumberland Street closed starting July 22 Northumberland Street will be closed to through traffic during the project. Alternative parking arrangements will be made. Those affected by the closure will be contacted by the Parking Office directly to arrange alternative parking. Pedestrian access The sidewalks in this area will be closed during construction. Pedestrian access is not permitted. Property and business access All… Continue reading UPDATE: Construction notice: Northumberland Street closed starting July 22


Guelph police headquarters: July 2019 construction update

July 31, 2019

The renovation and expansion of Guelph Police Service’s headquarters is underway. Here is a summary of the work completed in July 2019. Progress to date East wing East wing is now open to the public Exterior finishes are complete Landscaping is complete West wing Exterior brickwork 90 per cent complete Painting, flooring and finishes are 70 per cent complete Exterior siding is 90 per cent complete Exterior sidewalk work in progress Looking ahead to August  East wing Review and complete any deficiencies West wing Complete flooring and painting, carry on with finishing work Complete structural steelwork Complete siding work Complete epoxy floor coating of garage area  


Construction notice: Woodlawn Road lane reductions and turn restrictions starting July 15

July 11, 2019

UPDATE: The work on Woodlawn Road has been extended by about six weeks. Work will be completed by mid-October, weather permitting. At Imperial Road The City is working with Capital Paving Inc. to construct the multi-use path that will be built on Woodlawn Road’s north and south sides between the existing curb and property line. Work includes the replacement of the underground sanitary sewer, storm sewer and water main pipes. Work begins July 15 Work is expected to start on or about July 15, and be completed by the end of August 2019, weather permitting. Lane reductions and turn restrictions Woodlawn Road will be reduced to one lane in each direction and there will be no left turns onto Imperial Road throughout the project. Imperial… Continue reading Construction notice: Woodlawn Road lane reductions and turn restrictions starting July 15


Baker District archaeological and environmental investigations start mid-July

July 9, 2019

Work will occur in rotation throughout the Baker Street parking lot The City is completing archaeological and environmental investigations as part of the work to redevelop the Baker Street parking lot into a unique mixed-use development. The triangular block that is currently the Baker Street municipal parking lot was the site of an all-faith cemetery from 1827-1853. The City is working with experts to complete the archaeological investigations which must be completed before environmental investigations can begin. City staff has worked with Guelph Police Services, the coroner’s office, Woodlawn Memorial Park, and the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, among others, to ensure that we have response plans and coordination in place should we find any remains or bone fragments. To ensure that human remains… Continue reading Baker District archaeological and environmental investigations start mid-July


Construction notice: Delhi Street closed July 27

July 5, 2019

At Speedvale Avenue East Guelph Hydro-Alectra will be rebuilding the electrical distribution system along Speedvale Avenue East from Woolwich Street to Stevenson Street North. Work includes the installation of a new underground hydro structure that crosses Delhi Street. Work begins July 27 Work is expected to begin on or about July 27, and take about one day to complete, weather permitting. Delhi Street closed July 27 Delhi Street will be closed at the Speedvale Avenue East intersection during the project. Traffic will be detoured along Metcalfe Street and Emma Street. Pedestrian access The sidewalks in this area will remain open during construction. However, access may be restricted. Please follow posted signs for safety. Property and business access and parking All businesses in the construction area… Continue reading Construction notice: Delhi Street closed July 27


Guelph police headquarters: June 2019 construction update

June 30, 2019

The renovation and expansion of Guelph Police Service’s headquarters is underway. Here is a summary of the work completed in June 2019. Continue reading Guelph police headquarters: June 2019 construction update


Construction notice: Starwood Drive paving starts July 2

June 28, 2019

Chesterton Lane to Lee Street The City is working with Capital Paving Inc. to: Adjust manholes, and Repave the road surface. All work will take place on City property. Work begins July 2 Work is expected to start on or about July 2 and continue for approximately one week, weather permitting. Starwood Drive lane reductions expected There will be a lane reduction on Starwood Drive during the project. Two-way traffic will be maintained at all times. Please follow posted signs for safety. A full road closure is not expected, however, delays should be expected. Pedestrian access The sidewalks in this area will remain open and accessible during construction. Driveway access will be maintained Every effort will be made to maintain access to driveways in the… Continue reading Construction notice: Starwood Drive paving starts July 2


Construction notice: Wilson Street sidewalk closed weekdays starting July 2

June 21, 2019

Carden Street to Gordon Street The City will be constructing phase 3 of the Wilson Street reconstruction and parkade project. This phase includes the reconstruction of the Wilson Street sidewalk. Completion of this phase will conclude Wilson Street reconstruction and parkade project, resulting in the opening of both Wilson Street and the Market Parkade. Work begins July 2 Work is expected to begin on or about July 2, and continue until mid-October, weather permitting. Weekday sidewalk closure starting July 2 The sidewalk on Wilson Street will be closed weekdays (Monday to Friday) during the project. Pedestrian access is not permitted. Please use nearby sidewalks on Norfolk Street or Wyndham Street. On weekends (Saturday and Sunday), a temporary gravel sidewalk along Wilson Street will be open… Continue reading Construction notice: Wilson Street sidewalk closed weekdays starting July 2


Open house notice: Arthur Street sanitary trunk sewer and road reconstruction phase 5

June 17, 2019

Arthur Street South to Elizabeth Street and Macdonell Street The City of Guelph is hosting an open house to present plans for construction for the fifth phase of the Arthur Street sanitary trunk sewer and road reconstruction project. Work will take place on Arthur Street to Macdonell Street and on Elizabeth Street east of Duke Street, and includes the replacement of the underground sanitary sewer, storm sewer and water main pipes.  Thursday, July 4, 2019 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Italian Canadian Club, 135 Ferguson Street Why come to the open house? A separate left turn east bound on Elizabeth Street between Duke Street and Arthur Street will be constructed. This is your opportunity to view project information, including maps and schedules, and to ask questions… Continue reading Open house notice: Arthur Street sanitary trunk sewer and road reconstruction phase 5


Guelph police headquarters: May 2019 construction update

May 31, 2019

The renovation and expansion of Guelph Police Service’s headquarters is underway. Here is a summary of the work completed in May 2019. Progress to date East wing East wing is now open to the public Exterior finishes complete. The area is now being cleaned up for landscaping West wing Exterior brickwork 70 per cent complete Painting, flooring and finishes 60 per cent complete Exterior siding 80 per cent complete Looking ahead to June East wing Start landscaping Review and complete any deficiencies West wing Complete flooring and painting, carry on with finishing Complete structural steelwork Complete southwest brickwork Complete demolishing additional areas in the existing building to facilitate renovation work Complete siding work  


Construction complete at Burke well house

May 23, 2019

The upgrades to Burke well are now complete and the well is currently operative. Burke well upgrades were made to improve overall water quality, service delivery and the reliability of Burke well which was built in 1975. Completion of these upgrades will save the City money and prolong the life of this important City asset. The upgrades completed include: expansion of the existing well house to accommodate additional treatment equipment (newly finished area of 310 square metres from current area of 62 square metres); installation of a filter system to remove manganese and iron; construction of 350 cubic metres of water storage, an amount that would fill more than 2,000 standard bathtubs; well cleaning; replacement of the on-site emergency power generator; and replacement of utility service… Continue reading Construction complete at Burke well house


Security upgrades at Arkell Spring grounds begin May 20

May 15, 2019

The City is making security upgrades at the Arkell Spring grounds to enhance the protection of Guelph’s drinking water source and to improve public safety. Continue reading Security upgrades at Arkell Spring grounds begin May 20


Construction update: Stevenson Street North phase 3 construction deferred to 2020

May 13, 2019

Eramosa Road to Bennett Avenue Please be advised that the City of Guelph is deferring the third phase of the Stevenson Street North road reconstruction project until April 2020. This phase includes the installation of underground water and sewer pipes on Stevenson Street North from Eramosa Road to Bennett Avenue. Why is the project being deferred? Some considerations for deferral include: Starting in April 2020 will ensure that the project will be completed by winter Ongoing utility re-locations in the area Completion of a Subsurface Utility Investigation (to be completed by August 2019) Tender and award of the contract is expected to occur in November 2019 followed by construction in early April 2020. Map of construction area The City of Guelph appreciates your patience and… Continue reading Construction update: Stevenson Street North phase 3 construction deferred to 2020


Construction update: Paisley feeder main project

May 10, 2019

Waterloo Avenue to Silvercreek Parkway About the project Reconstruction of Waterloo Avenue from Wellington Street to Silvercreek Parkway, and Silvercreek Parkway from Waterloo Avenue to the railway tracks. Project work includes the replacement of the underground sanitary sewer, storm sewer, watermain pipes, and reconstruction of the road. When the project is complete, there will be a new sidewalk on the north side of Silvercreek Parkway South. The sidewalk will start at the railroad tracks and tie into the existing sidewalk in front of the Guelph Bible Chapel (491 Waterloo Avenue). There will be an asphalt multiuse path on the south side of Silvercreek Parkway South that will extend to Waterloo Avenue. The road surface will be paved with a finished surface, concrete curb and paint… Continue reading Construction update: Paisley feeder main project


Notice of study commencement: Gordon Street improvements

May 9, 2019

The City of Guelph has started a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study for proposed improvements to Gordon Street, from Edinburgh Road to Lowes Road. Continue reading Notice of study commencement: Gordon Street improvements


Open house: York Road Environmental Design Study

April 24, 2019

Open house for York Road Environmental Design Study on May 9, 2019 at Guelph City Hall. Continue reading Open house: York Road Environmental Design Study


Construction update: Manor Park Crescent sewer replacement and siphon rehabilitation cancelled

April 17, 2019

Manor Park Crescent to Silvercreek Park The City has cancelled rehabilitation work of the existing sanitary siphon that crosses under the Speed River west of Edinburgh Road South between Manor Park Crescent and Silivercreek Park, and replacement of storm and sanitary sewers on Manor Park Crescent. Why is the project cancelled? The City has been reviewing more options for improving the sanitary siphon that crosses the Speed River. The preferred course of action has changed to potentially twinning the existing siphon. The long-term benefits of twinning the siphon include being able to divert sewage if a siphon pipe becomes blocked or needs to be shut down for maintenance. The City anticipates an environmental assessment will be needed to evaluate the new recommendation. Map of construction… Continue reading Construction update: Manor Park Crescent sewer replacement and siphon rehabilitation cancelled


Construction notice: Paisley Road Feedermain

April 12, 2019

Silvercreek Parkway to Paisley Road The City of Guelph has started construction of the Paisley Feedermain from Silvercreek Parkway to Paisley Road. Work includes, but is not limited to, the installation of the watermain, site preparation, removals, road work, storm sewers and landscaping. Work is being completed by Network Construction Ltd. The Paisley Feedermain is needed to allow for future growth within Guelph. This phase of the project is approximately 1192 metres and includes construction of a 400mm diameter concrete pressure pipe watermain. While open cut construction will be used for the majority of the work, the portion that extends under the Hanlon Expressway (Highway 6) will be microtunnelled. Construction underway Construction is planned for April 2019 through January 2020, weather permitting. Pedestrian access Sidewalk… Continue reading Construction notice: Paisley Road Feedermain


Open house: Glenhilll Place watermain, sanitary and storm replacement

April 11, 2019

The City of Guelph is hosting an open house to present plans for construction on Glenhill Place on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at King George Public School. Continue reading Open house: Glenhilll Place watermain, sanitary and storm replacement


Guelph police headquarters: March 2019 construction update

March 29, 2019

Here is a summary of the work completed in March 2019. Continue reading Guelph police headquarters: March 2019 construction update


Guelph police headquarters: February 2019 construction update

February 28, 2019

The renovation and expansion of Guelph Police Service’s headquarters is underway. Here is a summary of the work completed in February 2019. Progress to date East wing East wing is now open to the public Exterior finishes 99 per cent complete West wing Exterior curtain wall glazing (non-structural outer covering of a building for weather protection) is 98 per cent complete Third-floor drywall boarding is 98 per cent complete and taping is 95 per cent complete. Painting has commenced Mockup for holding cells complete. Work in remaining cells 90 per cent complete Exterior siding in progress Looking ahead to March East wing Full completion of the exterior facade Review and complete any deficiencies West wing Completion of drywall taping Carrying out painting and flooring work Completion… Continue reading Guelph police headquarters: February 2019 construction update


Guelph police headquarters: January 2019 construction update

January 30, 2019

The renovation and expansion of Guelph Police Service’s headquarters is underway. Here is a summary of the work completed in January 2019. Progress to date East wing Exterior finishes 98 per cent complete Partial occupancy of east wing achieved West wing Exterior curtain wall glazing (non-structural outer covering of a building for weather protection) is 95 per cent complete Third floor drywall boarding is 98 per cent complete and taping is 85 per cent complete Mockup for holding cells complete, work in other cells 80 per cent complete Southwest steel structure (building skeleton) is complete and masonry work is complete, roofing in progress Looking ahead to February East wing Completion of exterior facade Completion of public reception area Review and complete any deficiencies before full… Continue reading Guelph police headquarters: January 2019 construction update


City process for Niska Road project holds up in court

January 8, 2019

A decision by the Superior Court of Justice supports the integrity of the City of Guelph’s process for the Niska Road and bridge construction project. Continue reading City process for Niska Road project holds up in court


Guelph police headquarters: December 2018 construction update

December 21, 2018

The renovation and expansion of Guelph Police Service’s headquarters is underway. Here is a summary of the work completed in December 2018. Progress to date East wing Exterior finishes 95 per cent complete Partial occupancy of east wing achieved West wing Exterior curtain wall glazing (non-structural outer covering of a building for weather protection) is 90 per cent complete Third floor drywall boarding is 95 per cent complete and taping is 25 per cent complete Mockup for holding cells complete, work in other cells 75 per cent complete Southwest steel structure (building skeleton) is complete and masonry work is about 65 per cent complete Looking ahead to January East wing Completion of exterior facade Review and address any deficiencies before full occupancy West wing Completion… Continue reading Guelph police headquarters: December 2018 construction update


Guelph police headquarters: November 2018 construction update

November 22, 2018

The renovation and expansion of Guelph Police Service’s headquarters is underway. Here is a summary of the work completed in November 2018. Continue reading Guelph police headquarters: November 2018 construction update