Crews begin finishing touches and Fairview and Station Street upgrades

Crews begin finishing touches and Fairview and Station Street upgrades

The high water table had Grizzly Excavating delay the end of the construction on Fairview and Station Street. (Lyonel Doherty photo)

As crews complete the finishing touches to the Fairview Road and Station Street upgrades, there are several construction projects that could cause traffic delays this week.

On Monday, July 30, Mackinley-Clark Paving Ltd. will begin restoration at the entrances to Fairview Road Bridge. The works involve some asphalt milling, paving and gravel base restoration to match the paved road to the elevation of the concrete bridge approaches.

The work will be completed between 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. with the aid of flagging personnel to keep alternating traffic flowing on one open lane.

On Tuesday, July 31, the Main Street parking lot (north of Oliver Gardens) will be closed to the public while public works crews start remediation on the parking lot. Works to the parking lot include leveling the surface, removing the partial concrete wall, installation of steps to Main Street, and installation of signage.

The parking lot will close all day Tuesday and be closed sporadically throughout the next few weeks as works progress.

The Fairview Road to Bank Avenue Reconstruction project is also nearing completion and Grizzly Excavating Ltd. will be paving from July 30 to August 1.

The parking lot at Kinsmen Splash Park will also be paved sometime during this time period.

The Town of Oliver thanks business owners and residents for their patience while these important infrastructure projects are completed.


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